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Zero ProPoint Jam

Dubchick81

Finally Pregnant!!
#1
Zero ProPoint Jam...

Stuff you need
1 box of frozen fruit
1 sachet of sugar free jelly.
Pan
Wooden spoon
Clean jam jar, or even a a plastic container will do.

1. First put the fruit in a pan and warm on a low heat until it is starting to lose shape.
2. Then mash the fruit using a potato masher.
Nb. My jam has lots of "bits" in it from the seeds. I don't mind this at all, the fibre is good for you but if you hate bits then I think it would be fine to sieve the mixture at this point.
3. Leave the mix to cool a bit then add a sachet of sugar free jelly and mix well.
4. Pour the mix into a jar and place into the fridge to set. It might be advisable to leave the mix to cool if you have a glass jar.
5. Leave in the fridge overnight or for a few hours to set


I got the above recipe from a blog on here.. Which I now can't find!!!
Just wondering if anyone can tell me... Do I need to use the standard block of Hartleys Jelly... OR... Jelly Crystals?????
I made a portion of this on Tuesday but it hasn't set and was just wondering if I done something wrong... Or if I should have used jelly crystals?
Thanks for yer help... :confused:
 
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Dia Dhuit Puisín

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#4
Thanks Dubchick81, I'm going to try that recipe. It sounds lovely.
 

Dubchick81

Finally Pregnant!!
#5
Thanks Dubchick81, I'm going to try that recipe. It sounds lovely.
As I said I made it Tuesday with raspberries.. It is nice.. Just very very watery..
So will hafta make it again with crystals and hopefully it turns out better :)

Anyone know if this can be frozen??? Coz it makes a HUGE batch!!
 
#6
Mmmmm! This sounds lush! I love jam - think I'll have a go at this at the weekend! Thank you!
 
#9
I made this last night (mixed berry flavour). I had some with a toasted crompet this morning and it was yum! But I found the "bits" fell 2 the bottom of the jar leaving mainly jelly at the top but still tasted good.
 

Dubchick81

Finally Pregnant!!
#10
I made this last night (mixed berry flavour). I had some with a toasted crompet this morning and it was yum! But I found the "bits" fell 2 the bottom of the jar leaving mainly jelly at the top but still tasted good.
Leanne did your jam set properly?? If yes, HOW did you do it?? I can't seem to get mine right... VERY annoying!!! :confused:
 
#11
yes mine set. I bought the individual sachets of sugar free jelly which makes up to 570 ml of jelly per sachet (its powdered). I done everthing the same as the instruction until i had to add the jelly. then i mixed 1 sachet with half a pint of boiling water in a jug before adding to the fruit. Poured it into jars and it set overnight. I hope I've managed to explain everything clearly enough, if you've any more problems with it give me a shout. Happy jam making :D
 
#13
I added a dash of cold water prob about 20ml. I thought it would make it too much like just jelly if there was too much water
 

Jackieb68

Silver Member
#15
I found this thread earlier on my phone and was soooo excited! I went out and bought 4 mini kilner jars (in B&M). Had a tin of John West strawberries in fruit juice, drained and mashed the life out of them. Made strawberry jelly sachet with half pint of boiling water, added the fruit and a splash of cold water.
They fill the jars perfectly, now to see if it sets and tastes as good as it looks....... (mouth watering......)
Whoever/wherever this came from ~ THANK YOU!!!

Jackie xx
 

Dia Dhuit Puisín

is back on the wagon!
#17
I tried making some strawberry jam tonight. To make it different I blitzed the strawberries before I added the jelly. I'll be having some of it tomorrow so I'll let ye know how I got on.
 

Jackieb68

Silver Member
#18
The most important bit is that it's ZERO points!! Lol.
I'm at the fridge every half hour checking on it...... Sigh xx
 

Jackieb68

Silver Member
#19
OMG!! Just checked again and they are looking good!! I'm almost tempted to make toast now....... Think I'll let them set overnight and have some with brekkie! J xx
 
#20
OK so 570ml hot water. 20ml cold.. Then add the fruit to the jelly? Or the jelly mix to the fruit??
I added the jelly mix into the saucepan with the fruit kept it on the heat a min stiring to make sure it was well mixed before dividing into jars :)
 


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