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5 Apple Jelly Recipes to Use Up Extra Fruit

Looking for something to do with an excess of apples? You’ve come to the right place! Use your abundance of fruit to make delicious jellies to spread on toast, accent your favorite desserts, or eat with a spoon. Whether you’re looking for a basic recipe to make with just a few ingredients or an autumnal treat that’s full of cozy flavors, you’re going to want to bookmark this collection of apple jellies.

Apple Jelly

Get back to basics with this simple apple jelly recipe made with just apples, water, sugar, and powdered fruit pectin.

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Apple Core and Peel Jelly

“Don’t throw away the cores and peelings from your apples after you bake that pie,” says recipe creator Graden. “Use them to make a very delicious apple jelly.”

Apple Jam (Apple Pie in a Jar)

Apple pie lovers won’t be able to get enough of this jam spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. Reviewer Diane Roger Marentette recommends adding a jalapeño for a spicy kick.

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Elderflower Apple Jelly

Elderflower-infused apple cider is the base for this fruity, floral jelly. There’s not a lot of hands-on time required, but make sure you allow at least 24 hours for the flavors to meld.

Apple Pie Jelly

Recipe creator robbybaby recommends spreading this flavorful jelly on top of your cheesecake, dolloping it on your ice cream, or mixing it with cream cheese to make a tasty dip.

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