Jelly Belly Red Apple
Or for that matter Green Apple Jelly Bellys too?
I’ve often wondered why The Jelly Belly Candy Company don’t make a commercial that asks this question.
Created after a collaboration between David Klein, who came up with the idea to sell jelly beans as separate flavours as opposed to a mixed pack, and also came up with the famous brand name and Herman Rowland of the Herman Goelitz Candy Company who were looking to expand their product portfolio, the pair created Jelly Bellys. An innovative jelly bean concept that used natural purees with a flavoured middle.
Jelly Bellys have 50 official flavours in their portfolio. As well as around 50 other ‘Rookie’, limited edition and promotional brands. Where possible, they are made with natural ingredients.
They are also all gluten free, peanut free and dairy free. As well also as fat free and certified as OU Kosher by the Orthodox Union.
ABOUT JELLY BELLY RED APPLE
If you have ever planned a lolly buffet for a wedding, party or corporate event with a red theme, you will probably have realised that Jelly Belly Red Apple makes a great inclusion.
Inspired by Macintosh apples, they are made with real apple juice from concentrate, which is why they have an unbelievably fresh, vibrant and authentic taste.
Featuring a white centre and a gorgeous red shell their ingredients are listed as follows:
Sugar, glucose syrup, modified starch, apple juice concentrate, citric acid, fumaric acid, lactic acid, natural and artificial flavouring, colours (E110, E129, E150, E171), glazing agents: beeswax & carnauba wax.
There are 720 Jelly Belly Red Apple in a bulk 1kg bag. Each one contains 4 calories per bean.
Recipes Using Jelly Belly Red Apple
Whilst being more tart perhaps than the Green Apple variety they can be used to create other interesting flavours.
According to the official Jelly Belly Jelly Bean Recipes page, if you combine 2 Draft Beer Jelly Bellys with one Jelly Belly Red Apple you get the flavour of an Apple Cider Shandy.
Similarly two Red Apple Jelly Bellys and a Cinnamon Jelly Belly when eaten at the same time will created the flavour of Hot Apple Cider.
Likewise the delightful taste of Tarte Tatin can be attained by combining Apple Pie, French Vanilla and Red Apple Jelly Bellys.
Uses for Jelly Belly Red Apple
Great to eat whilst watching TV or a movie. The taste sensation of Jelly Belly Red Apple also provides some great relief to the boredom that can set in during a long flight, or bus, car or train journey.
In addition they also make a great choice of bomboniere or party favour for a wedding. As well as being an eye catching inclusion in a lolly buffet for any type of occasion.
They also add an extra dimension of taste and texture to ice creams and frozen yoghurts. And make wonderful decorations for cakes, cupcakes and biscuits too.
Furthermore Jelly Bellys can be used in a number of other ways.
Want to Buy Some Jelly Belly Red Apple?
You can order Red Apple flavour of Jelly Bellys online in Australia.
Orders are sent to any work, home or PO Box address in Australia. We send them by Australia Post or Fastway Couriers. Both methods of which allow you to track the progress of delivery online.
Also if the total cost of your order is over $150 we will send it to you for free!
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