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The previous reviewer is incorrect. The nutrition information is correct; the serving size is ENORMOUS. It actually makes about 30 servings (2 tbsp each), not 5; each has about 35 calories and 7.5gm sugar, roughly (due to the natural sugars in the fruit).
I took the tip from another reviewer and used 2 boxes of low or no sugar Sure Jel and had excellent results! I have been making sugarfree jam for my diabetic husband for many years. After Ball quit making the pectin I always used as and discontinued the recipe, I was forced to go digging for a new one. I used Splenda in this recipe, along with the 2 boxes of Sure Jel. By far the best sugarfree jam I have ever made! I may try a batch with Stevie to see how that works.
I made this recipe last year and it did not set up. I suspect the quantity of pectin is incorrect. A quarter of an ounce, weighed on a scale, is nearly nothing. (I used Ball RealFruit Pectin, a product intended specifically for sugar-free recipes.)<br/><br/>I will give it more than the minimum number of stars for good fresh taste, though.
This was great - I doubled with 2 boxes of Low Sugar Sure Jel and next time I will add less Splenda because I think it was pretty sweet. It set up well and my kids love it.
Wouldn't setup and was a bit to tart think it needs more splenda and pectin.
This is WONDERFUL! There is an error in the Nutrition Facts however that will make people not want to use it. Calculations were made for SUGAR and not SUGAR SUBSTITUTE!!!