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These colorful fruit jellies can be cut to any size before being rolled in sugar.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December/January 1995



To Make The Jelly Candies

For Rose Jelly Flavoring

For Apricot Jelly Flavoring

For Cranberry Jelly Flavoring

For Fig Jelly Flavoring

For Grape Jelly Flavoring

For Pineapple Jelly Flavoring

Cook's Notes

Citric acid and flavored oils and extracts are available at baking-supply stores and online.

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How would you rate this recipe?
  • Higgledy Piggledy
    28 FEB, 2013
    This recipe is terrible. I wasted a lot of money collecting weird ingredients like citric acid only to have it come out tasting like vaguely sweet mucus. Gross!
  • serenes
    19 DEC, 2011
    Im confused. The recipe only mentions water - not adding flavoring. Do you use the flavored jelly instead of the water in the recipe?
  • tulips118
    3 DEC, 2009
    Is one recipe of flavoring enough for the entire batch of jellie mixture?

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