Cranberry Jelly Recipe

Cranberry Jelly Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 cup Cranberries1 cup Concentrated apple juice1/4 cup Lemon juice3 oz Liquid pectin (regular)5 tbsp Glycerine1 tbsp Unfl.gelatin or 2 tb.freezer

Preparation:

Wash and pick over cranberries, discarding any that are soft. Placein a deep saucepan and add fruit juices. Cover and simmer for about20 minutes, until fruit is soft. Mash to break up any berries leftwhole.Strain in food mill to remove seeds. Return to saucepan and heat toboiling. Add pectin, glycerine and gelatin, stirring well. Boil for1 minute. Remove from heat. Skim and pour into hot, sterile pintjars, leaving 1/2 inch at top. Cap with hot sterile lids. Processin boiling water bath for 5 minutes after water returns to boiling.If any jars fail to seal, refrigerate and use within 10 days orfreeze for later use. Makes 3 1/2 cups.VARIATION: You can substitute 1/2 cup low-methoxy pectin solutionand 2 1/2 tsp calcium solution for the liquid pectin and glycerine,but add calcium after removing from heat. If you plan to freeze thejelly, be sure to use the full amount of gelatin.NUTRITIONAL VALUE: 1 tb contains 20 Calories (protein 0, fat 0,carbohydrate 5 gm) 1 1/2 tbsp = 1/2 diabetic fruit exchange or 1/2bread exchange. If salt is omitted, 1 1/2 tsp contain less than 1 mgsodium. Recipe contains 0 cholesterol. 1/2 tsp can be used withoutdiabetic replacement.Use the full amount of gelatin for very firm jam or for freezing.Source: Canning and Preserving Without Sugar by Norma M. MacRae, R.D.Third Edition 1993.Shared but not tested by Elizabeth Rodier, Oct 93- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 1

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Is this Cranberry Jelly Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Cranberry Jelly recipe comes from our category covering diabetic Jelly recipes. Because we are unaware of your precise health concerns and the advice your doctors have given you, we we can`t confirm that Cranberry Jelly recipe is suitable for you. Nevertheless, as the original author labelled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggests that it at least complies with the basic condition for the tag `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and should be more healthy than a standard recipe. Nevertheless, this Cranberry Jelly recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are safe for you.

Cranberry Jelly Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Cranberry Jelly Recipe is part of the diabetic Jelly recipes category. Sadly it is completely unfeasible for us to check each of the diabetic Jelly recipes to make certain that they are totally OK for diabetes sufferers. Our site has in excess of 2000 recipes in it, & to check each of them even at 4 or 5 a weeek would occupy us for more than 290 weeks. We strongly urge you to analyse the recipe content carefully to verify that all the recipes are compliant with the diabetes nutritional advice your doctors have provided. If you think that this Cranberry Jelly recipe is not safe for diabetics, inform us and we will change or remove it from our collection.

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