Back of 12 Days of Edible Gifts: Pomegranate Jelly Our 12 Days of Edible Gifts continues with a juicy homemade jelly. I used to think that jams and jellies took hours to can, but I'm glad I realized was wrong. This recipe for pomegranate jelly takes only 15 minutes of active time, and costs under $10 to make. Most importantly, it's a heartfelt gift. Turn the jelly into a pretty package by using a festive ribbon to tie the container together with a few baguettes and a cloth napkin. To make your own pomegranate jelly this holiday, . Pomegranate Jelly Adapted from Martha Stewart Ingredients4 cups store-bought pomegranate juice 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 6 cups sugar 1 1/2 pouches liquid pectin (3 ounces each; 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon) Directions Put pomegranate juice, lemon juice, and sugar into a large stockpot. Bring to a rolling boil. Add liquid pectin; return to a rolling boil, and cook 1 minute. Immediately transfer jelly to jars. Set jars over an ice-water bath to cool, then transfer to refrigerator. Makes 7 cups. Jelly will keep refrigerated for up to a month. Information Category Condiments/Sauces, Jellies/Jams Cuisine North American View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Image Source: Comments love_mimsx3 3 years The cans will seal in a water bath if you leave them in until they pop. I have been making this for several years and have not had any go bad on me as long as you keep them refrigerated after opening...they last forever. zeze 8 years ohh, ok, thanks, it does look yummy though, I have to go to Trader Joe's, haven't seen mini-baguettes. Food 8 years @zeze/soniabonya — I bought the bread at Trader Joe's! Can't take credit for it. :) Soniabonya 8 years the bread looks good too! i'm dying to find a good walnut cranberry bread recipe. but back to the jelly. an awesome gift idea that i will experiment with this weekend :) zeze 8 years Is that bread with it? How do you make that, it look delicious! Beauty 8 years That looks tasty!! Food 8 years @goatimpact -- yes, it should work with other juices! You could do a grape jelly with grape juice, and so forth... Renees3 8 years Yum, this sounds great, I might have to try this!!! Got to get some Jars! goatimpact 8 years Would this work with any type of juice? tweet-hotpants 8 years yeah that's so nice! it would look really pretty with a piece of fabric over the lid tied with raffia or ribbon tlsgirl 8 years This is a really pretty gift idea, especially all wrapped up like that. wren1 8 years I''ll bet this is so delicious! KadBunny 8 years Ooh interesting. I keep forgetting pomegranates aren't just for shampoo..