This is really good jelly. I used grape juice. At first, I didn't think it got thick enough, but hubby says it is just right. I put some in the freezer. Thanks for a great recipe.
WOW! Wonderful grape jelly. I have made this recipe three times this summer to make 24 jars of jelly. I had a 5 gal. buckets 3/4 full of grapes and this is the recipe I used. Turned out great. Still have a little juice left so will make some to drink.
Wonderful tasting jelly. I made 2 batches using 9 lbs. of grapes which yield a total of 8 pts.
I tasted the juice after juicing and didn't feel there was enough grape flavor so I put all the juice in a pan and reduced it 25%. I then proceeded with the recipe as directed.
The end product had the most delicous grape flavor.
Excellent! I did not add any water to the grapes as i cooked them as i wanted an intense flavor. First time i used concord grapes; the second time i used wild grapes. I did have to use more grapes than mentioned to get 5 cups but worth the extra effort. This is the only grape jelly i will use. Thanks!
I come from a family that loves to can. I have never canned anything by myself until this year(2003). This recipe was very easy to follow and turned out great tasting. Plus all my jars sealed which is always nice....Thank you!! Mrs. Baker
Great recipe! thank you so much I am a newbee at canning and your recipe was perfect!
My go to recipe! Works great every time!!!! Just made a batch with homemade green grape juice today!!!! Turned out so yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!!!
what an easy recipe to use very easy to follow for beginners like myself made two batches and they turned out great
My jelly didn't set up. It's been in the fridge now for 4 days. What can I use it for or do I have to just throw it all away? :'( If it will let you, please respond to my email so I know I'll get it. Thanks!
Delicious! I followed your recipe to a "T" and the jelly was perfect!