A Delicious Christmas Berry Jelly

A Christmas Berry Recipe You're Sure to Love

Thanksgiving is now behind us, but don't despair. Christmas will be here before you know it. In fact, it's exactly one month away. That means you'd best start preparing your berry menu for the Christmas table. In my opinion, no table is complete without a Christmas berry jelly. If you don't know how to make one yet, don't fret. Here's a recipe you're sure to love.

Gather Your Ingredients

Who doesn't love a good Christmas Berry Jelly? All berry lovers know the Christmas table isn't complete without one. If you want to serve this delicious berry jelly at your Christmas table, here are the ingredients you're going to need to gather...

4 cups of sugar
2 cups of apple cider
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup of red hots
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 box of powdered pectin
1 teaspoon red food coloring
1/4 teaspoon mace
8 whole cloves
1 cinnamon stick
Canning jars

Making Your Christmas Berry Jelly

To make your Christmas berry jelly first you're going to tie your cinnamon stick and cloves in a spice bag. Then combine the apple cider, lemon juice, red hots, water, food coloring, pectin and mace. Put the mixture in a pot and add the spice bag. Bring everything to a boil, stirring consistently. Then, little by little, add the sugar till it has all dissolved.

Bring everything to a full boil and let it continue for 4 minutes while you stir. After the 4 minutes is up, remove the mixture from the heat and spoon into the jelly jars. Seal the jars and let your jelly sit. By the time Christmas comes, you'll have a batch of Christmas berry jelly that all your guests will love.

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