Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Apple Cider Jelly

I found this idea off of the internet but of course I had to revamp it for my frugal healthy life-style. By the way you can do this will any 100% juice that has a lot of sweetness. I like to make my own jellies because most jellies come with either sugar or sugar substitute and both are bad for you unless the sugar substitute is natural. This way I know what's going into it and it taste real good. If you choose a tarter juice add about a half cup of honey into the mix.

Take a quart jar
Pour enough juice into your jar to fill to the line
Pour the juice into a sauce pan and turn to high until it starts bubbling
Add cider spices like cloves-nutmeg-cinnamon or even pumpkin seasoning
Add two tablespoons of low sweetener Real Fruit Pectin
Turn heat to medium and stir for 5 minutes
Pour back into jar and refrigerate.
This is not preserved so eat this up within a week or so.

We shared this at:
http://www.thethriftyhome.com/


Laura Williams' Musings

4 comments:

Savannah said...

Hi, I just found your blog from the linky at Smockity Frocks and am following now. Apple Cider Jelly sounds very yummy..I'll have to try sometime soon! Have a great day!

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Laura @ Laura Williams Musings said...

Inviting you the Carnival of Home Preserving on my blog every Friday. Hope to see you there. Laura Williams’ Musings

The most recent edition - http://laurawilliamsmusings.blogspot.com/2012/06/carnival-of-home-preserving-13-come.html - open until Thursday 6/7.

Laura @ Laura Williams Musings said...

Thanks for linking this up at the Carnival of Home Preserving! Hope to see you Friday for the newest edition.

Michele Burgess said...

This sounds interesting. I have never thought of using apple cider flavorings.

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