Delicious Gelatin Desserts
Meyer Lemon Panna Cotta
Gelatin turns liquids into gels and helps maintain the airy nature of whipped creams, mousses, and foams. Unleash its delightful properties with our collection of gorgeous gelatin desserts.
A classic dessert, this low-fat Meyer Lemon Panna Cotta has a silky texture and a blissful, guilt-free hint of sweet tanginess.
Piña Colada on a Stick
How’s this for a fun twist on the classic sipper? Cubes of coconut gelée (with two beautifully distinct layers) nestle against rum-soaked pineapple for an unforgettable pick-up dessert or party sampler. It’s easy to adapt for kids—just set aside some of the pineapple that you don’t soak in rum.
Kids will love helping you make these fluffy confections, and adding cocoa and two types of chocolate chips just increases the excitement. Tote these marshmallows to a bonfire and enjoy roasting them under the stars.
Heirloom Tomato and Eggplant Terrine
A terrine is a classic French dish where ingredients are pressed together in a baking dish or sheet. Here, our take showcases summer veggies like tomatoes and eggplant. Use multicolored tomatoes for the prettiest terrine.
Honey-Orange and Chocolate Marshmallows
DIY marshmallow recipes are fun and easy to try. Best of all, you can change up the color to match any holiday or party theme in the book.
No-Bake Chocolate Cheesecake with Mixed Berries
Taste the berries for tartness beforehand, and adjust with sugar or lemon if needed.
Key Lime Panna Cotta
Go easy—too much Key Lime juice can curdle custards and cream. Luckily the tart, tangy juice is so bold that a little goes a long way.
Lemony Blackberry-Vodka Gelées
Timing is important here, as you want to get the drama of two separate layers with gradation between. Let the first layer set partially but not completely—if you add the blackberry layer too soon, it will muddle your color; a bit too late, and it will slide right off the bottom layer.
Simple Strawberry Mousse
This light and airy dessert will leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed. It is the perfect way to showcase the season's delicious strawberries.
Carrot Cake Gelly Shots
Dessert meets cocktail: Bourbon-y spiced carrot gelatin delivers familiar warming flavors, and creamy vermouth is absolutely the "frosting" on the cake.
No-Bake Cheesecake with Pecan Caramel
Since we've nixed the baking (even of the crust), you save tons of time; you don't have to wait for the cheesecake to cool out of the oven. Make the cheesecake up to 3 days ahead, but prepare the caramel shortly before serving. It hardens quickly to a yummy praline-like texture.
Layered Strawberry-Coconut Panna Cotta
This sweet, creamy treat is a festive, elegant showcase for everyone's favorite spring fruit: ripe, juicy strawberries, served up two ways—sliced and macerated and cooked into a ruby-red jelly.
Black Pepper Strawberries-and-Cream Gelly Shots
Sweet juicy berry paired with a hint of black pepper is always a winning combo…add vodka and the fact that we’re talking about gelatin-based shooters into the mix, and you’ve got one heck of a party on your hands (or at least a seriously delicious reason to throw one).
A perfect dessert dialectic: crunchy and creamy textures, sweet and bittersweet flavors.
Cucumber-Sake Gelly Shots
There’s something fabulous about nostalgic playfulness of a wiggly, jiggly, gelatin-based shot. Which is why we decided to take this party favorite to the next level with elevated flavors and natural ingredients. So let loose and get ready to shake up your next party with the cocktail you can slurp—all-natural, spring-centric, spiked gelatin.
Lavender-Scented Strawberries with Honey Cream
Showcase the season's first berries in this rich, not-too-sweet dessert. Be sure to use Greek yogurt, which has been strained and is thus very thick and creamy.
Sheep's-Milk Yogurt Cheesecakes with Grilled Figs and Pistachios
This delicate dessert blends sheep's-milk yogurt and a whiff of rose water into creamy cheesecakes served with grilled figs.