Apple Jelly - Reduced Sugar - Jam Maker

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Preserving Method: Water Bath Canning

  1. MEASURE 3 cups apple juice in a 4-cup or larger liquid measuring cup. Gradually whisk pectin into juice until fully incorporated. (Pectin will not be completely dissolved at this time.) Pour juice mixture into the clean Pot fitted with the Stirrer. Add butter/margarine to help reduce foaming. PRESS jelly button – the cook time will automatically default to 25 minutes. Press enter.
  2. WAIT 4 minutes for appliance to sound 4 short beeps indicating that it is time to add sugar. Add sugar gradually while Stirrer continues running.
  3. THE APPLIANCE will continue to automatically stir your ingredients while it cooks. Stay within earshot of the Jam & Jelly Maker, the appliance will beep again at the end of the process signaling jelly cooking is complete. Press cancel and unplug the appliance.
  4. REMOVE Stirrer using a pot holder. Skim foam, if necessary, from top of jelly.
  5. PRESERVE reduced sugar apple jelly immediately, using 1 of the 3 ways listed here.
Apple Jelly Recipe | Low Sugar Apple Jelly - Ball® Fresh Preserving is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Apple Cider Jelly This recipe did not have a great deal of flavor other than sugar. I used the low sugar recipe version from the FreshTech book which called for 2 cups of sugar. I am not sure whether apple juice would be more flavorful than cider or whether less sugar would help.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jam/Jelly Maker I purchased one a year plus ago and it is AWESOME. So great when I left Georgia to visit family I purchased one for them. I have been making Jams/Jellies for 53+ years. No more stirring. Love this invention I just finish making 20+ jars Strawberry Jam/Apple Jam. The Jam/Jelly machine worked like a horse. Excellent!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2015-03-27
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