Mango Jellies

Ok, so we know sugar is not good for the skin, but luckily sweet treats can also be made with skin pampering ingredients. These floral jelly candies are brilliant picnic treats or something to serve at your Midsummer celebrations!

Mango Jellies

About 16 pcs

10 organic gelatin leaves (+ cold water for soaking)
2 cups mango juice (unsweetened)
juices of one orange
juices of half a lemon
2 vitamin C capsules
2 bags of Oslo Skin Lab collagen powder
1-2 tbsp local organic honey

On the surface:
edible flowers such as pansies and chamomile flowers
coconut flakes

Tin size approx. 20 x 20 cm (or use silicone molds)

Place the gelatin leaves to bloom for 5 minutes in cold water. Add about ¼ cup mango juice to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Squeeze out any excess water from the gelatin leaves and place the leaves in a saucepan. Stir until the leaves have melted. Take off the heat. Add the rest of the juice (¾ cup). Squeeze in the juices of orange and lemon. Stir in vitamin C and honey. Cover the tin with parchment paper and pour the mixture in (or in silicone molds). Allow the jellies to cool in the refrigerator for about 5 hours, or until solid. After 2 hours, before the jellies are fully solid, press some edible flowers and coconut flakes on the surface. Store in the refrigerator until served.