This Watermelon Jelly Recipe is very simple and requires very little canning knowledge. (this is only my second time every canning anything.) This may not be a toast kin of jelly, But the uses for this jelly are endless. Salad dressing, on top of pancakes or waffles, Ice cream topping, Cake filling, mixed with yogurt, or on scones, biscuits or sweet rolls. and the list goes on.
This spiced apple jelly recipe livens up the plain apple flavor with some traditional pairings including lemon juice, cinnamon, cloves, and allspice. The unrefined, rich taste of pure cane sugar combines well with the spices turning a bland jelly into one that wakes up the taste buds when slathered on homemade biscuits or toast. Perfect for gift giving too!
Cotton Candy Jelly Recipe ~ Says: It’s surprisingly simple to make, and with just a few ingredients! The secret is Duncan Hines cotton candy frosting mix. The absolute best part is that you can use any flavor... This jelly is seriously amazing and should be slathered on every possible food. Toast! Biscuits! Bagels! Direct spoonfuls into your mouth!
Making Dandelion jelly is fun! Easy Canning Instructions here. What does it taste like? Well, it tastes a little like honey. I've also seen it described as sunshine... or laughter! Makes great gift jars. http://www.simplycanning.com/dandelion-jelly.html