This version of homemade Watermelon Jelly has a reduced amount of sugar, and also uses the low-sugar pectin. The flavor is unmatched!
I was thrilled to finally get an All American Canner (not a sponsor) and it came in the mail! Woohoo! Then I shared a bulk food haul from a local country Mennonite store, as well as some tips on using pectin.
Every year when September rolls around, I like to do a little giveaway. Well, today’s the day! I think you’ll like what one lucky winner will receive :)
You can enjoy that wonderful summer flavor all year long with this Watermelon Jelly!
Liquid and powdered pectins can not be simply switched out in a recipe. However, if you know the right way to do it, it is possible to successfully make the substitution in your preserving.
Delicious preserves with chunks of tasty apple, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg.
I have made many of these simple farmhouse aprons over the years, and love the full coverage and protection they give your clothing. Learn how I made my aprons, and you can make your own, with no pattern!
Hurricane Laura brought storms all across the country, including to the homestead. As stormy weather approached, and sirens were going off, I was cooking supper.
What is “dry canning?” Is it safe? Will I do it? Today I talked about that and answered several other canning questions. (And made an announcement.)