Peach Sago Jelly Cake

10 Servings
20 Minutes

Summery, sweet, refreshing and simple to make dessert. This peach sago jelly cake is a perfect no-bake dessert to celebrate the start of summer. This recipe could serve up to 10!

NO-BAKE jelly fruit cake is a very popular Asian dessert in many Tropical Countries. They are refreshing, chilled, easy to make and most importantly cooled you down from the heat!This peach sago jelly cake is make with agar agar powder, a plant-based gelatin that is suitable for vegan and vegetarian diet. It contains juicy peach, sweet and creamy sago with coconut cream. A pleasant dessert with a tropical feel.

I love making delicious and beautiful jelly fruit cakes. Jelly cake is lighter and healthier than a standard cream cake. It is a perfect dessert option for weight watcher. Jelly cake is also easy to make and fuss-free. It doesn’t take long to make and the end product is eye-catching and more than satisfying.


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Peach Sago Jelly Cake

Recipe details

  • 10 Servings
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes|Cook time: 10 Minutes|Total time: 20 Minutes

Ingredients

For sago

For Jelly

Instructions


Bring water to boil in a small pot, add sago and cook for 5 minutes . Cover with lid and let’s rest for 20 minutes.
In a separate pot, pour in coconut cream, water, milk (coconut milk for vegan), sugar and agar agar powder. Stir well and bring to boil. Simmer on low heat for about 5 minutes until agar agar powder is dissolved. Stir constantly. Make sure agar agar powder is fully dissolve otherwise it won’t set.
Use a sieve to transfer the cooked sago to the milk mixture. Stir to combine and add peach syrup lastly.
Allocate sliced peaches into the jelly or bake pan. Gently pour the agar agar mixture into the pan. Stir gently to make sure sago and peaches are evenly spread out. Let’s sit at room temperature for 30 minutes before transfer to the refrigerator to set for a further 2 hours.
When ready to serve, use a sharp knife to run along the edges of the jelly pan. Place a flat board on top and turn it up side down to remove the jelly from the pan. Slice and enjoy!

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  • MaryAnn
    MaryAnn
    on Jan 23, 2021

    Which Sago are you referring too. Amazon lists Sago Palm, and Sago Tapioca, as well as the Sago Palm plant. My guess is on Sago Tapioca, am I correct? Also, you use the solid coconut cream from Coconut milk (or Coco Lopez, the sweet stuff, used by bars. Can the milk remaining in the can be part of the milk? Topped off with full fat Coconut milk. Can I use Vitacoca for the water?

    • Janisa          dreamtocook.com
      Janisa dreamtocook.com
      on Jan 28, 2021

      Hi Mary, yes tapioca pearls sago is the one I'm using. Regarding to coconut cream, you can use the canned coconut cream/milk or simply unsweetened coconut milk. As we are adding sugar in this recipe, you don't really need sweetened coconut milk. You could use coconut water as substitution with water if you prefer although I never try it before. Let me know how you go :)

  • Rosemary Ross
    Rosemary Ross
    on Jan 23, 2021

    Can one use frozen peaches if drained well?

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