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Well Laudee, you certainly got me out of a "jam" this weekend. My grandchildren are coming & the cupboard is bare - at least there's no home made jam or jelly - and they won't eat the store bought stuff anymore. Fortunately, I had 2 bags of rhubarb in the freezer (it came to exactly 5 cups) and 1 package of jello in the cupboard. Would you believe that it was raspberry - I was destined to try this recipe!!! I didn't have time for it to sit overnight ( 8 hours had to do) but it worked out anyway. I don't like lumps of fruit in my jams...so I used a potato masher to remove. This was easy to make & tastes very good. Thank you!!!
This jelly is outstanding! I couldn't be happier with the results. What a great way to use up rhubarb. I had 5 cups in the freezer and it turned out great. I can't wait until I have more rhubarb to pick so that I can make more. My husband is so crazy about this jelly that the entire jar is almost gone in one week. Thank you so much for posting!
I picked the hottest day today to make this jam.Tried it already and it,s a keeper.I will make some more but in the fall.
A quick way to make a very tasty, sweet jam, yet the tang of the rhubarb is still present.I made this with frozen rhubarb and a package of wild raspberry jello. It's the easiest jam I ever made! YUMMY!
This has got to be the easiest jam/jelly I have ever made. The end result was a perfect blend of the rhubarb & raspberry flavors..a sweet jelly with a slight tang to it. Thanks for sharing this one.
This was real good and my kids loved it on home made biscuts. I uses strawberry jello instead of the rasberry.
Very easy to make and surprisingly good. Thanks for sharing!