|Bonbons and Simple Sugar Sweets|
|by Louisa Thorpe|
Originally published in 1921, this is a detailed look at the art of sweet making, containing much advice still of practical use today.
Tip: Try sugar grape jelly for more results.
Results 1 - 9 of 9 for low sugar grape jelly
Use 8 ounce ... lids and rings. Process 5 minutes in boiling water bath. Remove jars immediately after processing. Jelly may be frozen before processing.
Beat jelly, sugar, egg whites ... mixer bowl on low speed for 1 ... and garnish with grape clusters. Makes 8 servings at less than 100 calories per serving.
Combine first 4 ... of mixture. Combine sugar and next 4 ingredients; beat at low speed with an ... with 1/4 teaspoon jelly and top with ... Cal-121, CHO-10, Pro-2.9, Fat-3.2.
In small saucepan ... Place saucepan over low heat; heat 3-5 ... blend cottage cheese, sugar, lemon juice, ... red and green grape halves in circular ... heat, melt currant jelly; carefully brush ... glaze. Makes 8 servings.
Form in balls ... all sides. Simmer in sauce for 1 hour or longer. Can make this with hamburger, whole milk, egg and regular grape jelly if you want it.
In an 8 ... Stir in the sugar. Return to ... into hot, sterilized jars leaving a 1/4-inch head space. Seal using metal lids or paraffin. Makes 6 half-pints.
In an 8 ... down). Stir in sugar. Return to ... into hot, sterilized jars; leave a 1/4" headspace. Seal; using metal lids or paraffin. Makes 6 half pints.
Combine grape juice and tapioca ... from heat. Cool 5 minutes. Add artificial sweetener to taste. Mix well and pour into pint jar. Keep in refrigerator.
Measure grape juice and water ... quart kettle. Measure sugar and stir thoroughly ... pour into glasses. Seal according to package directions. Makes 5 cups.
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