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Homemade Purple Grape Jelly

Posted on: 25th Sep 2009

Coffee and Vanilla


about 400g white and red grapes (washed, halved)
1 litre natural purple grape juice (clear)
2 x 12g sachets of gelatin or Vege-Gel


Place grapes in jelly moulds or any other containers, small plastic cups are good too.
If using Vege-Gel, dissolve it in cold juice, then heat but not not boil, pour over the fruits.
If using gelatin, heat the juice but do not boil, remove from fire, dissolve gelatin in it, pour over the fruits.

Leave in cold place to settle, keep refrigerated.

  • Make half of the amount from the recipe if your child is not big jelly eater like my girl… because grapes are raw and can’t stay in the fridge for too many days.
  • Jelly like this in small container is very good lunchbox item.
  • If you are planning to use those jellies for lunchboxes I recommend using twice more gelatin, 4 x 12g sachets, they will be able to last longer without the fridge not melting.

Margot DOLEWSKA DYERMargot DOLEWSKA DYER is Brighton based blogger dedicated to crafts, recipes, reviews, food styling and photography. She is also behind 416 Studios specializing in web design & photo retouching. You can connect with her via Google+.

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  1. Love this Margot, look beauty and nice.

    About mussels try mi recipewith cheese are awesome! xgloria

  2. This looks so good…I must try making this! Thanks for the recipe!

  3. I am so impressed with this! This looks way better than storebought jelly, especially with the fresh grapes in it!

  4. Darling Margot, I too have not visited in a while but you and the family are always in my thoughts and prayers. Big hugs.

  5. wow!! i shud try this. my daughter will adore this for sure. thanx for sharing margot!

  6. a great idea!

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