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Aeroplane Jelly Christmas Trifle Wreath



  • 3 x 85g Aeroplane Original Raspberry Flavour Jelly

  • 2 x 400g store-bought Swiss rolls (jam rolls)

  • 250g desiccated coconut

  • 600mL thickened cream

  • 1 ¾ cups (435mL) Pauls Double Thick Vanilla Custard

  • 1 x fresh peach, cut into thin wedges

  • 6-8 store-bought macarons (size-dependent)

  • 125g punnet blueberries

  • ½ punnet strawberries, halved


  1. Rinse a 13cm square plastic container with cold water, do not dry. Mix 1 pack of raspberry jelly crystals with 1 cup (250mL) boiling water and stir until crystals are completely dissolved. Allow to cool slightly and then pour into the plastic container. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until firmly set. Once the jelly is set, remove from the fridge and cut into cubes approximately 1½-2 centimetre cubes. Set aside until ready to decorate and serve the trifle wreath.

  2. In a large mixing bowl mix the remaining 2 packets of jelly crystals with 2 cups (500mL) of boiling water and stir until crystals are completely dissolved. Add 200mL of cold water, stir and then refrigerate for 1-1½ hours or until mix resembles the consistency of a thick syrup.

  3. Slice the Swiss rolls into 1cm slices (approximately 12 slices per roll). Pour coconut onto a large plate. Once the second bowl of prepared jelly is set to the desired consistency, working quickly, dip each slice of Swiss roll into the jelly mix, allow the excess to drip off and then roll the slice in coconut. Place on a large plate and repeat with remaining jelly, cake and coconut. Place in the fridge to set.

  4. Using an electric mixer, beat the cream and custard together on high speed for 3-5 minutes or until soft peaks form. Spoon the custard mixture into a large piping bag fitted with a medium star nozzle.

  5. On a large circular serving plate arrange the jelly Swiss roll slices upright, forming a ring with the inner circle of the slices touching. The outside of the slices should sit approximately 1½-2 centimetres apart.

  6. Pipe the custard mixture between each slice of jelly Swiss roll, moving the outside edges apart slightly to allow room for the cream. Continue around the wreath until complete and then pipe 2 or 3 circles around the top of the wreath. Place in the fridge and allow to firm up for approximately 1 hour before decorating and serving.

  7. To decorate your wreath, place the macarons on first as show pieces, then alternate between the jelly cubes and fresh fruit.

This recipe is courtesy of  Aeroplane Jelly.

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Aeroplane Jelly Christmas Trifle Wreath
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