Jelly

Jelly, the delicate cousin to hearty jam, is a luxury when it's homemade, and with our help, you can be canning your own jellies to serve as toppings for breakfast or brunch. Bring the sunshine of summer back all year with your own homemade breakfast or brunch jellies as toppings for everything from biscuits to banana bread.

See Popular Jelly Recipes

Honey-Wine Jelly

Better Homes and Gardens

Store this jelly in the refrigerator up to three weeks. Use on toast or crackers.

Total: 1 hr

Western-Style Pepper Jelly

Better Homes and Gardens

Spoon this spicy jelly onto corn bread muffins or brush over chicken during the last 10 minutes of roasting.

Cranberry-Pepper Jelly

Better Homes and Gardens

Jars of this ruby red jelly make festive holiday gifts. Attach cards to the jars letting the recipients know they can serve the jelly with warm corn bread, over grilled chicken, or with cream cheese and crackers.

Nanking Cherry Jelly

Midwest Living

Multi-Grain Orange-Kissed Waffles

Better Homes and Gardens

PB&J Thumbprints

Better Homes and Gardens

Top refrigerated peanut butter cookie dough with a spoonful of your favorite jelly flavor for a brown bag lunch-inspired dessert.

Garden Salsa Jam

Better Homes and Gardens

How to Make Turkey Burgers

Traditional beef burgers have long been a mainstay at backyard parties and barbecues, but if you're looking for a lighter, leaner alternative, you should learn how to make turkey burgers.

How to Make Bagels

A three-step cooking process is the secret of how to make bagels that taste as good as the ones you find in your favorite deli. The perfect bagel is broiled then boiled, then, finally, baked to a chewy, glossy perfection. You'll be amazed at how professional these bagels taste and look when you take them out of the oven. It's tempting to slice into them right away, but wait until they are just warm to the touch so you don't flatten them with the knife.

How to Make a Banana Smoothie

If you want a fantastic way to get an extra protein boost in the morning, after a workout, or as an evening snack, learn how to make a banana smoothie with peanut butter.

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