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Pomona’s Pectin Recipes

Cherry Chocolate Preserves

Chocolate Cherry Preserves with Pomona’s Pectin

(Updated June 1, 2023) If you aren’t familiar, Pomona’s Pectin is a sugar-free, preservative-free, low-methoxyl citrus pectin that does not require sugar to jell. It enables you to make jams and jellies with little or no sugar, allowing you to make a healthier version of your preserves. For those of us that love to...

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Savory Spiced-Mango Conserve

Please enjoy this yummy recipe for Savory Spiced-Mango Conserve, excerpted from Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin by Allison Carroll Duffy (Fair Winds Press, June 2013). Allison says: “If you’re a fan of chutney, give this conserve a try! Inspired by the classic Indian condiment, this conserve melds the sweetness of mangoes with the earthy, complex...

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Plum Strawberry Rosemary Jam Recipe

(Updated May 7, 2020) Adapted and contributed by Vivian Solomon, who was inspired by a recipe in The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook by Rachel Saunders, Plum-Strawberry-Rosemary Jam is a low-sugar cooked jam made with Pomona’s Pectin. Pomona’s Pectin contains no sugar or preservatives and jells reliably with low amounts of any sweetener. Vivian says:...

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Amish Christmas Jam: A Low Sugar Adaptation

Updated – June 1, 2023 Amish Christmas Jam is a low-sugar cooked jam made with Pomona’s Pectin. Pomona’s Pectin contains no sugar or preservatives and jells reliably with low amounts of any sweetener. This recipe, originally an Amish recipe, was adapted from one sent to Connie Sumberg at Pomona’s Pectin by Nancy O’Neal of Bedford, Virginia....

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Cranberry-Habanero Jelly recipe

Cranberry-Habanero Jelly with Pomona’s Pectin

Updated June 1, 2023 In case you haven’t picked up the book Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin by Allison Carroll Duffy (Fair Winds Press, June 2013), you’ll have to check out this tart and spicy recipe they’ve let us share with you! Cranberries are in season and with the cooler temperatures sweeping in, the more heat the better!...

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