Deep purple Concord grapes make a very flavorful homemade grape jelly. I’m sharing the lazy-cook’s way to make simple grape jelly without adding pectin. I’m even including the easiest way to preserve it longer-term by simple water-bath canning. Delicious, homemade and makes a great gift idea too.
A while back we changed the name of our little ole blog to ‘Texas Homesteader‘. There were many reasons for this, but mainly so that when I share a recipe or gardening tip, readers know right away what elevation or planting zone I’m referring to.
But whomever previously had the blog name ‘Texas Homesteader‘ before us apparently had some rockin’ jalapeno jelly. I’m constantly getting hits for folks looking for it. But I’m sorry to say it’s not here.
Although we love, love, LOVE jalapenos in almost everything we eat, neither RancherMan nor I enjoy sweet/spicy combinations. But I do share some delicious jelly recipes on this blog.
So if you’ve come looking for Jalapeno jelly recipe – sorry I can’t help ya. But I hope you stick around for some of the most delicious jelly (with EASY recipes) you ever hoped to find!
Making Clover-Blossom Jelly is simple and results in a delicious easily-spreadable jelly your whole family can enjoy. We have many sweetly-fragrant clover blossoms in the pastures. Why not make Jelly with those blooms? It’s easy & so delicious!
Honeysuckle jelly made with the sweet blossoms of honeysuckle tastes just like the blossoms I enjoyed as a child. The jars from this honeysuckle jelly look like they contain summer sunshine! And honeysuckle jelly makes a great gift too.