I always used to like milk jelly, and I have read on here about zero sugar jelly, so I thought I would try out a "milk jelly" made with double cream. The jelly powder is Hartley's Sugar Free Raspberry flavour jelly. Key ingredients seem to be pork gelatin and Aspartame. Not much sign of any raspberries. Very easy to make. Put the powder in a measuring jug, fill up to 300 ml with boiling water then stir until the powder has dissolved. Allow to cool and then stir in a 300 ml carton of double cream. Chill in the fridge and wobbly pinky white stuff is yours. It is "OK" but unfortunately I get a strong after taste of Aspartame. So I enjoy eating it despite the hint of chemicals, but then I suffer the long after taste. This is one reason why I don't have diet drinks, or artificial sweeteners in tea or coffee. However the basic plan seems sound, so I might look at using gelatin and an alternative flavouring if I can find one. The whole thing tastes very sweet, probably due to the cream, so I could possibly look for a fruit flavour without added sugar as a basis.