The base for this jelly is unsweetened apple juice, so there's no peeling! It's perfect for making during cold months when you still crave the cozy flavors of fall but good apples aren't as readily available. -- Recipe from Taste of Home Canning & Preserving Magazine 2012 Edition.
Process: 5 minutes -- Yields: 7 half-pints
The flower nectar used to make a honey determines the honey's taste, so you can change the flavor of this jelly by the honey you choose. Clover honey provides the mildest flavor, while buckwheat or blackberry honey provides a more pronounced flavor. -- Recipe from Better Homes and Gardens SIP Canning Magazine 2012 Edition.
Prep: 45 minutes -- Process: 5 minutes -- Makes: 4 half-pint jars (8 - 4 oz jelly jars)
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