Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Coffee Jelly!

   The other day, I shared on my FB page that I had just made some Coffee Jelly for my hubby and MANY of my followers requested the recipe.  Here it is for y'all to enjoy!


Coffee Jelly Recipe, uses for coffee, unusual flavors of jelly,

Coffee Jelly

4 cups VERY strong brewed coffee
1/4 c. lemon juice
5 1/2 cups sugar
1 box Surejell

     Stir the coffee, lemon juice and Surejell together in a large pot.  Bring to a boil over high heat.  As you are waiting, prepare your jars by either running them through the heat cycle of your dishwasher; boiling them for 10 minutes; or putting them in a warm oven for 15 minutes.  Also, put on a pot of water to boil for processing.   Once the coffee reaches a full boil, stir in the sugar and return to a boil and let it boil for one minute.  Remove the pan from heat and ladle it into the hot prepared jars.  It should make 6 of the half-pint jars.  Water bath can the jars for 10 minutes. 

This coffee jelly goes great with biscuits or pancake muffins

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  1. Being the coffee lover that I am, I NEED to know what the uses are for this.

    1. Kristin, use it on toast or biscuits. Heat it up and pour it over your pancakes or waffles. Just use it on anything you would any other flavor of jelly. :-)

  2. This was the most viewed post from last week's Try a New Recipe Tuesday. Congratulations! :-) The post with your feature is going live in the next few minutes. Hope you can link up again this week.

  3. Shared! Thanks for posting on Titus 2 Tuesday

  4. Well, you know me an coffee, gets my day started. I can't wait to try your coffee Jelly, I have never heard of such a thing. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

  5. Yum! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us at the Merry Monday link party. I hope you'll join us again this week. Sharing your post on Twitter!

  6. I live in India and sure Jell is not available here. what is the alternative?

    1. You can use Agar Agar as a sub for pectin

  7. Are you kidding?? I made mine a little loose and poured it on my ice cream. Makes great syrup, too!


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