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Cherry Delights

This recipe is an easy way to make soft drinks a bit more exciting and is a cool looking dessert the kids will love.

Ingredients A
150ml Water
350ml F&N Cheeky Cherrydale
40g Sugar
10g Gelatin powder (soak gelatin in a small bowl with 2 tbsp water)

Ingredients B (Milk cherry) 
175ml Water
250ml F&N Cheeky Cherrydale
55g Sugar
10g Gelatin powder (soak gelatin in a small bowl with 2 tbsp water)
75ml Fresh milk or Evaporated milk (to be added last)


  • Bring Ingredients (A) to almost boil, add soaked gelatin and stir till gelatin dissolved and boil liquid for 2-3 minutes, set aside.
  • Bring Ingredients (B) to almost boil, add soaked gelatin and stir till gelatin dissolved and boil liquid for 2-3 mins, off heat. Continue to stir liquid to almost cool and add milk into it, mix well.
  • Prepare 6-8 small glasses. Pour 2-3 tbsp cherry liquid into each glass and chill to set for about 10 mins or put in freezer for about 5 mins.
  • Remove from refrigerator and add 2-3 tbsp milk cherry liquid and chill for 10 mins or put in freezer for about 5 mins..
  • Repeat process until you finished up the cherry liquid and chill for 2 hours and serve..
Enjoy!

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  1. wow! so tempting... great job.

    may i know where to get the F&N cheeky cherrydale? is it sell in packet at supermarket?

    I'm eileen, a new learner..

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  2. I will try..I like so much of these kind dessert and sure my gurl love to eat too~Thanks for sharing ya...he he...

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  3. so nice! copy & save the recipe 1st.. ty for sharing :)

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  4. sweet looking and very refreshing for our crazy weather

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  5. Anncoo,Nice looking dessert
    + nice photos
    Thanks

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  6. So nice color and refreshing. Why you always do so nice things to make me 流口水

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  7. Nice presentation! Nice and refreshing dessert!

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  8. Pretty sure big kids would love this!

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  9. Too beautiful... I love your blog, thank you for sharing.

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  10. Hi Ann,
    Yes I saw this and was thinking I need to try this for sure. I'm so fortunate to have fresh ones here and they are affordable. My girls would love this.
    -Gina-

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  11. @eileenlee
    Thank you Eileen. The F&N cheeky cherrydale packing is in Can 300ml or bottled 1.5L.

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  12. @Limei Lee
    Limei, I know your kids will love this. 一定要试哦!

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  13. @Yummy Bakes
    Chris, let me pass you a napkin in case you wet your keyboard..hhaaa

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  14. K.Nor ~ you're welcome :)

    Amelia ~ I made more desserts lately because the weather here is very hot too!

    YHL ~ 谢谢啦!现在你那里应该很冷吧?

    Sonia, Thanks! I want to see more desserts from you too :)

    Belinda, RPVN ~ Thank you.

    Yes Gina, I actually wanted to puree the cherries but it is very expensive that's why I used the cheat way... ;DD

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  15. Ann, u sure have a way of making simple things look good & delicious :) Love it!

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  16. Kids will love this absolutely gorgeous dessert.

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  17. Wow, this is what I need to cool down in this crazy weather! Lovely pics, well done, Ann!

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  18. You have the most charming photos of this cherry delight! I can never take this out of my mind until I make it and taste it myself. Irresistible!!!!

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  19. This looks yummy....you have a lovely blog...I am having a giveaway in my blog..Y dont you check and join that
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/2011/05/chocolate-recipe-and-chocolate.html

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  20. Cute as usual....Love the pink colours!!!

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  21. wow! cherry! Looks so tempting. But cant get cherry at this season :( Eventhough is cold right now but still thinking of having one.

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  22. great job Ann, your photographic skills are improving tremendously and I love the use of props and knick knacks!

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  23. Not necessary kids will like it..ME..and big & old kid (at heart)..hahaha.. also like this! LOL! Love the colors! I'm bookmarking this for sure!

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  24. Hmmm...what a fresh dessert... it's really festive this summer! ^,^

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  25. A perfectly cool and sweet summer dessert! Beautiful presentation too.

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  26. Perfect for summer!! Very nicely presented! Nice try, bravo!!

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  27. I love all of yours food creations! :)

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  29. Hi Ann! =) Nice meeting yoU~..!
    This jelly is extremely beautiful!
    I will make this for my students who are coming to my house this month. Thank you for sharing the recipe!!

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  30. My boys would love this! So tempting and so well presented! Lovely creation, bravo! Have a great day! Hugs to you,
    Cheers

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  31. Marvellous and damn pretty delight..

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  32. Very pretty and I like ur presentation, Ann u are getting more and more pro in food setting and photography.

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  33. Hi Ann! This is definitely cool & going to be very popular among the kids and even adults too! Love all your nice, delish creations! You're really talented! :D

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  34. Ann, even adults will love this too I believe. Like your presentation, they look very tempting :)

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  35. this look so refreshing, colourful and tasty! (:

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  36. Ann, the perfect dessert for this crazy hot weather. Your presentation is AWESOME! Love the pics. Heard Sonia met up with you so the next time I am in Singapore, any chance to meet up for lunch or tea? :D

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  37. This looks really yummy and refreshing, I would definitely go for seconds!
    I'm stopping over from At Home With Rebecka, I can see why Rebecka says you are a great baker! Nice to be here. I'm following you! Have a lovely weekend!

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  38. @Coraine
    Thank you very much Coraine. Nice to meet you too! Nice to hear that you like the dessert and hopefully your students love this too. :)

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  39. @michelangelo in the kitchen
    You always make the sweetest comment, thank you very much :)) I'm flattered!

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  40. This is so gorgeous:) The presetnation and te colours are so refreshing .. lovely :)
    Reva

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  41. @Aarthi
    Thanks Asrthi. I thought I already joined the giveaway two days ago. Thank you for the invite :)

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  42. @Jane Chew
    Hi Jane, thanks! As you know cherry is very expensive here, so I just used the soft drinks cherry flavor...hahaa

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  43. @travellingfoodies
    hehee...I'm so happy to hear that but I still have a lot to learn from you :)

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  44. @faithy
    Thank you Faithy. How are you anyway, hope you're fine and you must be busy with your kids as it is school holiday now. Relax and enjoy yourself, OK?

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  45. @Quay Po Cooks
    Thank you Quay Po. Sure! Just let me know when you're here.

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  46. @kitchen flavours
    Kitchen flavours ~ Nice to meet you. I just went to Rebecka's site too and your blog looks great too. Please keep in touch often :)

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  47. I definitely prefer fresh cherry on the jelly!

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  48. I love the red. So pretty! Just perfect for a nice & relaxing treat for a hot day like this. Stay chill!
    Kristy

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  49. Lovely dessert and photos, those cherries look perfect!

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  50. That's a fun looking dessert! It is finally warming up here and this would be perfect. You are just so creative with desserts...love it!

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  51. These look delightful, Ann. Not only would kiddies love them, but si would adults as well. Sounds yummy.

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  52. Hi Anncoo! I'm really happy to be here, thanks to Sandra (Sandra's Easy Cooking). You have fabulous recipes here and your pictures are amazing! Oh no I just saw yuzu chiffon cake in recent post right next to what I'm writing... I have to check it out!!!

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  53. The layers are so nicely done... I love it ^_^

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  54. So beautiful and mouth-watering dessert!

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  55. @tigerfish
    Right HL, I prefer fresh cherry too! But the price is around $13.50 for less than a kg at Cold Storage.

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  56. @My Little Space
    Kristy, Thanks! Have you make any desserts lately?

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  57. @Biren @ Roti n Rice
    Thank you Biren. I really like the guest post from Nami. Easy and lovely pictures :)

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  58. @LeQuan
    Hi LeQuan, your sweet comment always makes me happy. :))

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  59. @Nami @ Just One Cookbook

    Woah..Nami! I'm so glad to have you at my site :) Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) also told me about you and your lovely blog...so coincident!

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  60. Oh what a lovely presentation..wow!!! I am totally speechless and want some right now! Great combination of flavors, fun for kids(and me of course) and I think would impress anybody!!! Fantastic Anncoo!!!

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  61. delicious delightful desserts :)
    fabulous presentation

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  62. So fun and refreshing! I love the cherry cloth in that first stunning photo!

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  63. Thanks so much for visiting my blog after I came back from Hong Kong. I miss all the cold drinks there. It took a while for me to adapt the cold weather here though.
    What a beautiful dessert you made. They look fresh with the vibrant colours. Love it.

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  64. EXQUISITO Y REFRESCANTE MUY LINDO,ME ENCANTÓ,CARIÑOS Y ABRAZOS.

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  65. Not only kids having a hard time saying NO to this vibrant happy looking dessert... I would shamelessly ask for second ;)

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  66. These are so pretty, but then again everything you post is always beautiful! :-)

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  67. This is a great recipe and I love cherries!

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  68. lovely and so romantic lah!

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  69. so pretty! Never thought of using soft drinks like this. Very creative.

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  70. Oh my goodness, looks amazing. So refreshing. Never heard of F&N Cheeky Cherrydale, I'm taking is a sort of cherry juice.
    Thanks for sharing Ann

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  71. Looks like perfect summer refreshment! Love the colors and layering.

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  72. Will try this out these few days. So refreshing and the layer make me drooling so much!

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  73. Those cherry delights sound wonderful. I love your photos. They are so bright and pretty. Thanks for sharing your delicious recipe at These Chicks Cooked, Wednesday. Hope to see you again soon :)
    Katie

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  74. @Sandra
    Thank you Sandra for your lovely words ^_^

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  75. @Christine@Christine's Recipes
    Christine, have a good rest before starting blogging again :)

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  76. @Roxana GreenGirl
    Yes, can just any juices you prefer. You can even mix with two different color type of juices without adding milk into it.

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  77. @Katie @ This Chick Cooks
    Hi Katie, Thank you very much for having me on These Chicks Cooked, Wednesday. I enjoyed it!

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  78. Thank you Nami, Is so good to know you too!

    Rosito, Thank you:)

    Lisa, hehe...you have it all!

    Hi Martha, Thank you, is really good to see you again :)

    Thanks to Kankana, Lena, Ann, Xiaolu, muimui for your nice compliments :))

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  79. this looks like the perfect summer treat to me! It looks delicious! I found your blog through a link party and i LOVE it! I love making new blog friends! I am your newest follower and would love it if you would check out my blog and follow me too! Thanks!
    -Nikki
    http://chef-n-training.blogspot.com/

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  80. Thank you Nikki for following me :) I'll follow you too!

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  81. Just found your site. I would love to try this but m unfamiliar with your product. Can any US folks translate it to using our Jello?
    If so, please email me at:
    yxelyxel@gmail.com

    Thanks for any help.

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  82. @Anonymous
    Hi Anonymous, Thank you for visiting.
    Do you have gelatin leaf or gelatin powder in US? If yes you make it with with fruit juice or any type of soft drinks.
    If not you can use jello according to the package instructions with different flavor and colors.

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  83. @Anncoo
    HiAnonymous, Please check on the Units Conversion (just below my page header) and make the conversion there. Hope this helps :)
    Please leave your name behind in your next visit. Thank you:)

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  84. Your dessert looks great! Can I have two glasses please? ;-)

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  85. Thank you Andrea. I can give you double ;DD

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