Temporarily turned my teeth blue, though I believe that the stains on one's character are permanent. Excellent jelly!
Great jelly recipe for first timers or seasoned jelly makers. Great taste as well.
I made a batch of this and it turned out perfectly. My daughter takes a little container of this jelly and peanut butter with her cheese spreader to school, it works perfectly on crackers and bread .I am going to try and use other juices to see how that turns out. I love canning recipes!!!!
Bought some premium grape juice from a winery and boosted this recipe by 1 1/2 times. Wonderful flavor and deep, dark purple color. A keeper!
Here's another winner, thanks so much for posting. It was easy, fast, looks so pretty and taste great. It'll be a great addtion to my gift baskets this year. My grandkids are going to love it too.
What a winner this is ! I made a double batch yesterday as I wanted to use these as part of some Christmas gifts.....now I wish I had doubled that recipe! After I put all the jelly in jars, I went back and licked the pot....and just kept licking it until the jelly was all gone! It was that good! Guess I should tell you I'm making another batch today! Thanks so much for the easiest jelly recipe I ever tried...you just can't mess up this one!
I made this with my oldest daughters today. It is so simple!! I just used my regular stove top. It was a breeze. My husband said it tasted like his Grandmas homemade jam. I just used Welch's grape juice. YUM!
Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe. It was just what I was looking for. I got exactly 4 half pints and 2 tbsps left over for sampling! I will be making this every time I run out of grape jelly. Yeah I am sure I could buy it cheaper but it doesnt have the same taste of love in it! :) Thanks again!