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Coffee and chocolate froth |

Coffee froth

This has got to be one of the easiest desserts to make and is so versatile you just have to try it. Make it with Enrista’s 3 in 1 coffee of chocolate for Coffee froth or chocolate froth or a combination of the two. You can have it as it is or dress it up with whipped cream and fruit and a few chocolate shavings but the froth is awesome. Imagine an aerated creamy jelly, just try it you will love it. Makes enough for 8-10 people depending on how you dress it up.

What you need

1 380g tin Evaporated milk
2 sachets clear unflavoured gelatine (look in the jelly section for Sheridans)
2 strong Enrista 3 in one coffee
2 Enrista hot chocolate

The process

The first thing you need to do is pop the tin of evaporated milk into the fridge to chill. Pop it in, in the morning for when you are ready, you want it to be nice and cold.

Get 2 serving bowls for the 2 different flavours.

Take 2 small mixing bowls and add 200ml hot water from the kettle and melt the 2 coffee sachets in one and the two chocolate sachets in the other. Mix it up with a spoon to ensure that the contents are completely dissolved. Then add a sachet of the gelatine to each and mix to dissolve.

Now place the two bowls in a cool place to cool. Don’t put them in the fridge, we don’t want the jelatine to set, we want it to cool. In winter it takes about 10 minutes.

Once it’s cooled add the cold evaporated milk to a large bowl and with your electric beater, beat the hell out of it for about 5 minutes until it has increased in volume about 4 times and is fairly thick.

Now put half of the cold cream into another mixing bowl and add the cooled chocolate mixture, beat it well for another minute or so and then transfer into a serving bowl, do the same with the coffee and then pop them into the fridge for about 10 minutes to set.

That’s it, simple and delicious, not too sweet and a texture unlike anything you have tried.

The idea for this came from my mom who makes it with fruit flavoured jellies.


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8 Responses to “Coffee and chocolate froth”

  1. Juliet says:

    Hi Graham,
    Please can you post or email me the Ideal Milk with the Jelly recipe.

    Thank you Julie

  2. Ramon Thomas says:

    I must say.. your mom is a great cook.. she can make good items from simple and available ingredients.

  3. Stan says:

    Hi I made it with the chocolate and wow what a delicious and easy dessert, kids and my my wife and I really enjoyed it. Next time I will add a little sugar 🙂 we have a really sweet tooth and topped it with chocolate sauce. Thanks a lot

    • Graham says:

      Hi stan, it’s such a wonderful texture, creamy light jelly. A little extra sugar would be a good idea for the sweeter tooth. Cheers for now G

  4. Danitza says:

    Sounds delightful!!!

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