Note: A mild honey should be used for this recipe. Honey should not be boiled or it will produce a strong flavor.
Brix: 66-67, pH: 3.3-3.5
Yield: 9 8-oz. jars
- 34 fl. oz. (50 oz. weight) Mild Honey (warmed to 140-160° F)
- 1/2 Cup (2 oz. weight) Pacific Pectin Mix
- 2 Cups (17 oz. weight) Water
- Pour water into a pot.
- Aggressively stir Pacific Pectin mix into water.
- Stir while heating mixture to a boil.
- Boil for about one minute until pectin dissolves.
- Stir warmed honey into pectin solution.
- Fill jars.
I made this because my son wanted some honey jelly. It was perfect. Set quickly and it tasted great.
Hey I am really excited about this honey Jelly recipe – I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to make jelly with honey. So here is my question. The recipe calls for 2 ounces of “Pacific Pectin Mix” – your companies has so many types of Pectin – which one is this referring to? I recommend that for any recipe on your website that you add the exact name & product number in the recipe. I think this will make ordering much easier for customers.
The pectin used in this recipe is actually called “Pacific Pectin Mix”. All the recipes on our site do say which exact pectin of ours to use. This might have been confusing because our name is Pacific Pectin and this particular pectin is called “Pacific Pectin Mix”. This is one of our best selling signature blends and is used for full sugar jam and jelly recipes.
One can buy Honey Jelly from Honey Berry Farm. They have 11 flavors. Find them at honeyjelly.com.
Thanks for the link Carol.
Your jelly is yummy!