Recipe by PJ's kitchen
"Use pretty glass jars for this vibrant-colored, full-flavored jelly everyone will enjoy on their toast or muffins. The jelly makes a wonderfully delicious and easy hostess gift for the holidays, or for any fall/winter occasion. You may want to tie on a festive cover made of holiday fabric or paper."
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1 (2 ounce) package
3 1/4 cups
this recipe was wonderful, tasted great, looked great. i made jellys for christmas gifts and this one was very well accepted.
This was just ok for me, I think maybe I used the wrong pectin or something. I would strongly suggest using white cranberry juice too, I used walmart brand cranberry juice and its more a brown color and not very nice looking. I might try it again with white cranberry juice and raspberry juice for something different. This was my first jelly though so I may have done something wrong.
I made it the first time exact to the directions, didn't care for the overpowering flavor of the cranberries and the pectin should say (1.75oz) instead of (2oz.). Made it the second time reversing the ingredients, 2 cups grape juice, 3/4 c. cranberry, love, love, loved it! Very pretty in jars too.
I used this basic recipe with different types of juices. Turned out perfect every time! My favorite was an acai/blueberry combo!
the best,,,, great tasting,,,, gave away as hostess gifts to friends and they totally enjoyed. Passed out recipes to friends. Will definitly make again.
turned out awesome. I used crangrape juice
Turned out really good!!! Ended up doing what others did and used this as a base. Did pomegranate and cranberry and OMG it was good!!! Didn't use as much sugar though, but it was perfect! Thanks for sharing!
What a great recipe! Unlike many jelly and jam recipes, this one is flexible. The quantities of each juice can be changed, as long as the total amount of juices used adds up to 2 3/4 cups. I've made this recipe three times so far, and each batch was a success.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rosy Grape Jelly
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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