Peach Passion Jelly

Last year at this time, I posted a recipe for Cinnamon Apple Jelly. It was such a big hit with friends and family around the holidays that I thought I might repost it! This jelly has a very bold cinnamon and apple flavor that comes mainly from a whole box of Celestial Seasonings Tea.

In my blog post last year I mused that a lot of other flavors of their teas would also make as memorable jelly. So instead of just reposting my recipe, I decided that I would try my hand at making Peach Passion Jelly! I can take no credit for the amazing peach flavor … Celestial Seasonings gets the credit for that lively flavor. I can’t wait to share this with friends and family this year!


  • 3 cups Apple cider
  • 1 can (12 oz) Kerns Peach Nectar
  • 1 box Celestial Seasonings Country Peach Passion Tea (20 servings)
  • 1 box Sure-Jell no sugar pectin
  • 5 cups white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice

    In a medium saucepan, bring the cider and nectar to a low boil. Add all 20 teabags and stir to make sure they’re submerged. Steep for 15 minutes and remove the bags.

    Whisk in the box of pectin and heat to a full rolling boil. (Mixture should still bubble when being stirred)
    Stir in sugar and lemon juice and once again heat to full rolling boil! By the time it gets to a boil you will notice it starting to jell.
    Ladle jelly into 8 half pint jars and can in a hot water bath for 10-12 minutes.

    Homemade jelly on homemade bread with home roasted coffee!

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

    About CastIronDan

    I'm a married father of three from Apple Valley, CA that enjoys Cooking, Roasting Coffee and HomeBrewing.
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    3 Responses to Peach Passion Jelly

    1. Seeing your posts always brighten my day Dan!

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