Wild Plum Jelly Recipe -I've had this recipe for ages. Each year when the wild plums are ripe, I'll fill my pail and make this jelly. It's so good served with toast, pancakes or waffles!
Wild Plum Jelly recipe - No peeling, no pitting, no PECTIN Check out this Lazy-Girl's wild plum jelly recipe.
I ended up with almost 6 cups of juice. Used 3 cups of sugar and 3 Tbsp of pectin. Wild Plum Jelly recipe - No peeling, no pitting, no PECTIN Check out this Lazy-Girl's wild plum jelly recipe.
How lucky am I to be on vacation a few miles away from a small roadside grove of wild plum trees
Pitting plums can be a hassle but the flavor of this homemade wild plum jelly is so worth the flavor you will be wanting to make it year after year.
Making Wild Plum Jelly - An Ekstrom Tradition Boil for 5 minutes in water bath canner to seal jars safely
***Homemade Wild Plum Jelly- Perfect on a slice of homemade bread! ***Very good flavour but a little too sweet even though I added juice of one lemon. Try other recipe that calls for 6 c.
Making homemade jelly seems hard until you try it for the first time. Fresh juice, sugar & fruit pectin are all that you need for easy wild plum jelly!
The Lazy Cook& Wild Plum Jelly Recipe - No Pectin Needed!
Plum Jelly Recipe (with pectin) - Sweet Southern Blue
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