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A dash of cinnamon makes this apple jelly a huge delight.
Elderbelly jelly is a wonderful jelly treat, packed with vitamin C.
For a touch of Irish, our mint jelly is not only a necessity for St. Patrick's Day but year round. Mint jelly is great to serve with lamb, or as an interesting sandwich spread.
Passion fruit is an egg-shaped berry the size of an apple. The fruit itself is great sliced in half and eaten with a spoon, but you need to try it in our passion fruit jelly!
Quince is an old-fashioned fruit related to the apple and pear. Quince jelly is great on brioche, croissant or sweet, crusty bread. It's also delicious with meats.
Made with Grandma's secret recipe, this red currant jelly is delicious. The sweet and tart jelly is perfect slathered over toast, breads, muffins and other baked goods. You can also use it in your cooking.
In the 1600's sassafras was so popular in England, it was demanded from colonies as a condition of charter. Now you can have sassafras jelly for your toast and English muffin.