Fuku-fuku An-nin(Homemade Almond Jelly)

Source of homemade almond jelly, to make with hot water and milk

Easy making, tasty and replenishing nutrition

What's nice?

Easy to make with hot water from thermos and milk






[How to make]

  1. Put “Fuku-fuku An-nin” 1 pack(150g) in bowl.
  2. Pour hot water(90℃ or more) 350cc, mix well with whisk and dissolve powder.
    (*There may appear uneven hardness if using boiled water.)
  3. Add milk 200cc and mix well.
  4. Pour in dessert molds.
    Or pour in big square pan. (Cut into diamond shapes after cooled and settled. *They may be fragile.)
  5. Place in refrigerator to make it cool and settled.

*Fuku-fuku An-nin 700g made up from 1 pack powder

Calcium and Dietary fiber replenished well

Product summary

Nutrition Facts
(powder 1 pack per 150g)

Calories:509kcal
Protein:6g
Fat:1g
Sugar content:101g
Dietary fiber:35g
Sodium:88mg
Calcium:838mg
Phosphorus:42mg
Potassium:118mg

Nutrition Facts
(made up/ per ca. 700g)

Calories:647kcal
Protein:13g
Fat:9g
Sugar content:111g
Dietary fiber:35g
Sodium:173mg
Calcium:1065mg
Phosphorus:234mg
Potassium:428mg

* In case Fuku-fuku An-nin made up(ca. 700g) is made from Fuku-fuku An-nin powder 150g, hot water 350cc and milk 200cc


IngredientsSugar, Indigestible dextrin, Dextrin, Glucose, Whey powder, Gelatin, Agar, Milk sugar, Dry buttermilk, Non-fat dry milk, Candy powder, Apricot kernel, Shellfish calcium, Flavor, Gelatinizing agent(Carrageenan ), (partly containing Egg and Gelatin as source ingredients)
Content volume 150g/pack
Packaging10 packs/carton box
Best when used by date within 1 year after manufacturing date
JAN code4904871001653

Storage method

to be stored in cool and dark place.

Notices
  • After opening the pack, please use it up immediately because it absorbs moisture easily.
  • Please eat the made up Fuku-fuku Ann-nin immediately.
  • There may be blackish grain derived from raw material in powder seen, but it will not be a problem in quality.
  • There may appear uneven hardness in the made up Fuku-fuku An-nin, if using boiled water.

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