Konyaku jellies are fun to make, and especially so if you have interesting moulds. What you need is a packet of konyaku jelly and fruits. I usually used a can of cocktail fruits in syrup. Be sure to read the instruction behind the packet of jelly and get all the ingredients listed. Different brands require different amount of ingredients.
Flower and leaf jellies. One packet of jelly mixture yields quite a lot of jelly, so keep them in fridge to be consumed for the next few days.
Heart shaped jellies. See the dark coloured jellies? Those were filled with cooked red beans that I ladled from the red bean soup MommyC cooked. They tasted great!
Perfect snack for a warm afternoon.