Is there anything more reminiscent of childhood than a bowlful of jelly with vanilla ice cream?
Of course, ideally it should have hundreds-and-thousands sprinkled on top, and the ice cream that cheap, over-processed stuff, but you can’t have everything. And that sort of ice cream is quite icky. Or squirty cream from a can.
I’m surprised jellies are so often overlooked. So simple to make, and so tasty. This one’s lemon and lime. Mostly because the lime was made, and the instruction to add half a pint of cold water once the jelly-squares had dissolved was, erm, ignored. And it was noted that there wasn’t very much jelly. So a lemon one was got and made up, and the cold half-pint remembered.