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Gelatin based desserts but not jelly type

Hello friends!
I need some no bake eggless dessert recipes using gelatin but of course not that jelly type dessert.
Texture like mousse or lemon curd.

asked by Manisha Agrawal 12 months ago

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creamtea
creamtea

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added 12 months ago

The creamy milk-based custards of the Middle East. either cool: https://food52.com/recipes... or hot: https://food52.com/recipes... have light creamy textures and unusual flavorings (rose, orange flower, pistachio, saffron).

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HalfPint
HalfPint

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added 12 months ago

No bake cheese-cake?

http://www.simplyrecipes...

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scruz
added 12 months ago

mango pudding.

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Nancy
Nancy

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added 12 months ago

Chocolate mousse made with avocado (top with raspberries or your choice of fruit)
https://www.splendidtable...
Various British or Italian ice-box (no bake, refrigerator) cakes...with cookies, cream, chocolate and/or fruit
http://edible-ireland.com/2012/06/21/chocolate-biscuit-cake/
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