Pineapple Jelly

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves: Makes 4 - 6, 8 or 12 oz jars
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Ingredients

3 1/2 c 100% pineapple juice (store bought)
4 1/2 c sugar, pre measured into an easily pourable container
1 box fruit pectin, powdered
1 tsp margarine or butter

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Valerie Butler Recipe
Well Seasoned
Marana, AZ (pop. 34,961)
pepsilluver
Member Since May 2011
Valerie's notes for this recipe:
I was looking around in an old Farmers cookbook and found a recipe for Pineapple Jelly with a friend. At first I thought ewww! Then as we thought about it, it sounded really good! So I decided I would give it a try. My husband just loves this jelly. Believe it or not, he likes this jelly in a peanut butter and jelly sandwich as well. Personally, ewww! lol My friends and neighbors love this as well! Look at this gorgeous yellow color!
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Directions

1
Sterilize your jars & heat your lids, and have your rings ready.
2
Combine juice and pectin in a large pan (or dutch oven) whisk pectin in real well. Add margarine or butter. Turn burner on to a high heat and bring to a full boil.
3
When it is at a full boil, pour your sugar in quickly and stir it in real well. Keep stirring to a full rolling boil, let it continue boiling for 1 full minute, (no less) constantly stirring and take off the heat at the end of full minute.
4
Skim off the foam and start putting in your sterilized jars, and cap them. Leave sit on a towel on the counter with minimal air contact. Wait for lids to pop, when jar is cooled you can keep them in a cupboard for a full year. Make sure you put the date on the label.

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user Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL - Dec 23, 2011
Hi Valerie, How many jars will I need for this Pineapple Jelly? I'm going to make this soon. # 5
user Valerie Butler pepsilluver - Dec 23, 2011
I believe I used 6 to 8 - 12 oz. jars. If you had a case of jelly jars whether 10 oz, or 12 oz you should be good to go. I usually make 2 batches in a row, because this goes so fast and my hubby loves this one to death! ! !
user Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL - Dec 23, 2011
Thank you Valerie, Merry Christmas.
user Valerie Butler pepsilluver - Dec 23, 2011
Oh. . .You are most welcome ! ! ! Merry Christmas to you as well ! !

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