orange fluff

This quick and easy summer dessert is healthy and yummy.


  • 2 1/2 cups orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon gelatine powder
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 eggs. separated
  1. Place orange juice in a saucepan, sprinkle gelatine over it, let stand for 30 minutes.
  2. Add honey, heat gently, remove from heat just before boiling.
  3. Stir in well beaten egg yolks, allow to cool.
  4. Beat egg whites until stiff, fold into orange juice mixture.
  5. Pour into serving dishes. Place into refrigerator.
  6. Mixture will separate as it sets into a jelly base and fluffy orange topping.
Sorry, there's no photo.


  1. Can we have a photo later? I have never heard of this dessert. I don't use gelatine but the vegetarian equivalent should work.

  2. I made this at school in cookery!

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

  3. EC; I don't have any photos of this, I just copied the recipe from my cookbook. I haven't made it yet this summer and have never had reason to take photos before. I don't see why the vegetarian equivalent of gelatine shouldn't work.

    Kelley@magnetoboldtoo; I had no idea this was in school cookbooks, I copied it originally from my falling-apart Nursing Mothers Association cookbook.

  4. Sounds fabulous! I must have led a deprived life - I didn't make this in school and haven't been a nursing mother so don't have their cookbook!!

    Hope you're having a great weekend!

  5. Red Nomad; The cookbook is available through the Nursing Mother's Association, you probably don't have to be a nursing mother to get one.....I got mine back in 1981 when I was a nursing mother.

  6. Or you can cheat and buy an orange jelly, semi set it and add whipped Carnation evaporated milk, re-refrigerate....was a fave when we were kids.

  7. Baino; does it separate as it sets into a jelly bottom and fluffy topping?

  8. Orange Fluff? I have one snoozing in her pillow at my feet right now and, believe me, I get a 'fluff' every ten minutes or so!


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