Red Currant Jelly
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Great service and the jelly is the bomb!! Very pleased. And thanks for the soup sample.Dolores, Whittier, CA
The product seems like it will work just fine ... national brand that has made red currant jelly for 40 years or more suddenly not making it. Ordered from Nuts.com and received much faster than anticipated. Can continue to make Spitzbuben cookies and supply family members with this traditional treat!!Mark, Bend, OR
So good- we ate the first jar so quickly!Jan, Hayward, WI
always loved red currant jelly, especially for Xmas baking. It will be a Hit. Everything was well packed but one Jar did not make it. Great Service.Franziska, Palmyra, VA
Great, now I can make Mom's Christmas Swedish Jelly Cookies This should make about 2 dozen cookies. 1 cube(cup) softened room temperature butter 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon Almond extract 1 egg yolk, save egg white in small bowl for later 1 cup flour 1 cup crushed almonds (I usually get the slivered almonds and use a rolling pin to crush them) Mint jelly Nuts.com Red Currant jelly 1. Mix flour, sugar, almond extract, egg yolk, and butter together in bowl until it is like a brick mortar. 2. Roll into small balls about 3/4" in size 3. Dip each ball in egg white 4. Roll balls in nuts and place on lightly greased cookie sheet 5. Bake at 350f for 5 minutes then pull out sheet and push down in centers with spoon 6. Bake another 10 minutes 7. Let cool and fill centers with 1/2 teaspoon jelly. I like to fill some with Nuts.com Red Currant Jelly and some with green mint jelly for a Christmas touch just like mother did. Merry Christmas and Enjoy :) Shelf Life is about 60 seconds in my house :) Note: Transcribed from her own hand written recipe and with some clarification, this is my late mother Beatrice Iola Baugher-Hart's recipe that is my absolute favorite cookie and I have loved for many years. I added the Almond extract and she added the love. A little back story about these cookies. When I was in military boot camp back in the 60's during Christmas time my mother decided to send me a Folgers's coffee can full of these as a present. We were not supposed to receive food items at that time so when my commander found out about it he made me stand at attention and stuff my mouth with as many of these cookies as I could along with his help of course. He then told me that I could not stand at ease and leave until I could whistle the company song while he relentlessly yelled in my face. That took about an hour or so but they were sure good cookies and I do not remember a word of what he yelled. Thanks mom and God Bless you.Victor, Whitney, TX
All arrived in perfect order, the day it was said to arrive. So glad to have found a reliable source for the red currant jelly that is mandatory for making my German "Spitzbuben" Christmas cookies.Barbara, La Mesa, California
my package just came and I opened everybag so I could taste everything. just like last time I ordered - everything was yummy yummy yummy - now I have to find a spot to hide my snacks so the rest of the family wont eat it all like last time - tks so much for having such fresh, great snacks.jane, lake havasu city, az
My Poppy seed, Hazelnuts, Currant Jelly and Figs came in today. Can't wait to cook my traditional european goodies. Speady Delivery and Great Packing. Thanks y'all Nuts! Also hoping to see Black Currant Jelly one day maybe????VeraWalling, SC
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sugar, red currants, water, pectin,lemon juice, citric acid Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 20g (~0.7 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: United States