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Use 8 ounce ... lids and rings. Process 5 minutes in boiling water bath. Remove jars immediately after processing. Jelly may be frozen before processing.

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

Measure grape juice and water ... quart kettle. Measure sugar and stir thoroughly ... pour into glasses. Seal according to package directions. Makes 5 cups.

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.

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