Pink Grapefruit, Raspberry and Mint Jellies

Refreshing dessert perfect for summer, and less than 50 calories, so you can enjoy it as a snack or a dessert at any time.   The zingy grapefruit is so refreshing and combines wonderfully with the raspberry and mint, to give a really delicious, light dessert.  It could be served with a little yogurt, if you have the calories to spare, or will be just as nice on its own.  Batch make these grown up jellies, so that you always have a few in the fridge as your go to dessert.

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Pink Grapefruit, Raspberry and Mint Jellies

  • Author: Rachel Wilcock
  • Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6 1x


Super low calorie, refreshing, grown up jellies!


Units Scale

5 gelatine leaves
15g fresh mint, roughly chopped
1 pink grapefruit
100g small raspberries
2 peaches, peeled, stoned and chopped


  1. Soak the gelatine in a bowl of cold water. Put on the kettle and when it boils pour 1 litre of the boiling water over the mint leaves.
  2. Leave to infuse for 5 mins then strain into a large jug.
  3. Squeeze the excess moisture from the soaked gelatine then stir it into the hot mint mixture until dissolved. Set aside to cool.
  4. Cut the peel and pith from the grapefruit with a sharp knife then cut between the segments to release them, reserving any juice.
  5. Cut the segments into about 3 pieces each then distribute the grapefruit, raspberries and peaches between 6 glasses.
  6. Stir any grapefruit juice into the mint jelly then pour it into the glasses and chill until set.
  • Prep Time: 15
  • Cook Time: 60


  • Calories: 38

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