Snapguide

How to make (low-sugar) blueberry jelly

Make (Low-Sugar) Blueberry Jelly

114
STEPS
INGREDIENTS
Check over blueberries, discard any bruised or shriveled berries, and remove any stems.

Check over blueberries, discard any bruised or shriveled berries, and remove any stems.

Smash berries. (Wearing an apron is a good idea so you do not get speckled with blueberry juice.)

Smash berries. (Wearing an apron is a good idea so you do not get speckled with blueberry juice.)

Start cooking berries over medium heat.  Continue to smash berries.  I add 2 tbsp butter, which helps avoid jelly foaming.

Start cooking berries over medium heat. Continue to smash berries. I add 2 tbsp butter, which helps avoid jelly foaming.

Add sugar.....

Add sugar.....

and pectin....

and pectin....

Stir until dissolved.

Stir until dissolved.

Turn up heat and bring to a rolling boil, stirring constantly (I like bits of fruit in my jelly.  If you want yours smooth, you can run the fruit through a food processor)

Turn up heat and bring to a rolling boil, stirring constantly (I like bits of fruit in my jelly. If you want yours smooth, you can run the fruit through a food processor)

Continue to stir and boil for one minute.

Continue to stir and boil for one minute.

Remove from heat & ladle into jars.

Remove from heat & ladle into jars.

So delicious!

  • 4.0c Blueberries
  • 0.0c Sugar
  • 1.0 Packet Pectin
  • 2.0Tbsp Butter