This recipe comes from "Preserving for All Seasons" by Anne Gardon. I'm going to make this as a present for my grandpa and his wife, both of whom are diabetics. It makes a very small batch, so there is no need to worry about canning, and it couldn't be easier for a beginning jelly-maker! Anyone could probably make this one!
These are really not at all difficult, and they look so impressive. If you don't have a bbq grill, just broil them in the oven, but be careful not to get them too close to the flame. You don't want to burn these. From Southern Living, March 1986.
MMMM...Chocolate and Raspberries. What could be better as a preserve? I found this recipe on the Web somewhere, I forget where exactly. Probably at Recipes Downunder. I'm going to make this as Christmas presents for this year, but haven't had time yet. I hope it's as delicious as it sounds!
This is another recipe from "The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest" by Carol W. Costenbader. It is supposed to calm the nerves and digestive tract. If you grow your own herbs and dry them, it is really good, but you can use storebought.
A delicious, elegant, and HEALTHY dessert to serve to your family or friends. Your dinner party guests will be impressed with the appearance of this special dish. Little do they know how easy it was to make! (Cooking time includes cooling time.)