Making Rose Petal Jelly
Ai Ana wanted to do another round of jelly making. It was a beautiful day, so the whole family went out a gravel road and stood on the edge of a sheep field plucking wild roses. Of course I forgot...
Lavender Jelly, so Elegant
Lavender Jelly So so, easy… Recipe Type: Condiments, Jams and Jellies, Lavender Flowers, Pectin Yields: five 1/2 pints Prep time: 20 min Cook time: 30 min Ingredients: 3 1/2 cups water…
Lemon Balm Jelly
from Facebook friend of Canning Granny. Sorry, I can't even claim the pictures. It belongs to the original poster..ErickSari Just had to keep a copy to save the label idea. If you plant lemon balm, it will come back year after year, even in the north.
Peony Jelly Is the Coolest Thing to Happen to Summer
Aren’t pink peonies the best? But total sadness ensues the second we see them start to fade and wilt. Instead of throwing them out, salvage the petals and whip up a delicious peony jelly (you heard us) that’ll last all summer and beyond. What you need: Four cups’ worth of...
Basic Tea Jelly Recipe - Food.com
I was intrigued by the idea of making jelly out of tea when someone posted a request for recipes. I tried this one, and I like it alot. Obviously, it all depends on the quality of your tea. So far I've only tried this with a very high quality organic chai, and it is SO good! If you find a type of tea that works really well for this, post a review and let us know! [http://www.seedsofknowledge.com/teajelly.html]
When I hosted a Christmas open house, each guest left with a batch of my blush-colored jelly. It was a hit! Plus, it’s made with just pink champagne, sugar and fruit pectin. —Gail Sheppard, Somerville, Alabama
Lime Jelly Recipe - Food.com
This lime jelly is sweet with bursting lime flavor. I only make this when I can get the limes on sale. Don't use too much food coloring as it will look artificially green. Found this recipe on-line.
This deliciously different green jelly gets its flavor from an unusual source: savory rosemary. The herb adds a refreshing zip to the otherwise sweet spread. —Margaret Dumire, Carroll, Ohio