Sakura Cherry Blossom Jelly Vegan

Sakura cherry blossom jelly vegan is one of the prettiest spring desserts that we love to make during spring with our beautiful pink Sakura cherry blossom powder.

The best is that we have made a super nice vegan Sakura jelly recipe so if you don’t eat gelatin you can taste and share this gorgeous and delicious treat too.

And because this sakura cherry blossom jelly is vegan, it only takes minutes for the jelly to set, super easy.

Sakura Cherry Blossom Jelly Vegan - Matcha Oishii


For the Milk Jelly

300ml milk of your choice (coconut works great)

2 Tbsp sugar 

1 tsp agar-agar powder

For the Sakura Cherry Blossom Jelly 

300ml water

2 Tbsp sugar

1/2 tsp agar-agar powder

2 tsp Sakura Cherry Blossom Powder by Matcha Oishii

Get your Sakura powder for this recipe here! 


Start by making the milk jelly and let it set. Only when the milk part is set, start to prepare the sakura jelly. 

In a pot, bring to a boil all of the ingredients of the milk jelly until it starts to boil. Pour it in your container.

Allow for the milk part to solidify before you pour in the pink Sakura jelly on top. This should not take long as Agar-Agar cools down and solidifies quickly!

Now, let's start to make the sakura cherry blossom jelly. 

For the Sakura jelly, simply, add all of the ingredients including the Sakura powder to a pot, and bring to a boil. Pour in the sakura cherry blossom jelly vegan on top of the milk jelly that has already solidified, make sure you do this slowly. 

Allow for the sakura jelly to set.

Sakura Cherry Blossom Jelly - Matcha Oishii

You can top this beautiful two colored sakura jelly with cherry blossom flowers, whipped cream, mint, or anything you like. The truth is that this sakura cherry blossom jelly vegan is super pretty but also delicious!