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1 package powdered ... Save peels and pits of peaches when ... reaches "sheeting off" jelly test, 220 degrees. Skim off ... into hot jelly jars and seal.

Cover peach pits about 1 inch ... ingredients. Bring to boil stirring constantly and boil 2 minutes. Let stand to cool 5 minutes. Skim and pour into jars.

Add enough water to cover the pits and peelings. Boil ... the lemon juice, Sure-Jell and sugar. Bring to a full boil. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.

Place peach pits and peelings in ... constantly. Remove from heat and skim foam. Fill sterilized jars and seal according to manufacturer's instructions.

For the Cake: ... baking pan (or jelly roll pan) with ... or until the peach mixture is spreadable. ... cream, mint and powdered sugar. Yield: 8 servings.

For crust, in ... orange juice and jelly. Cook and ... cooled crust. Arrange peach and nectarine slices ... Cut into wedges to serve. Makes 12 servings.

For crust, in ... orange juice and jelly. Cook and ... cooled crust. Arrange peach and nectarine slices ... Cut into wedges to serve. Makes 12 servings.

I save the peelings and pits; add water ... juice to make Peach Pit Jelly (put 1 pit ... or served on pound cake or vanilla ice cream for a quick dessert.


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