Thursday, January 12, 2012

Cranberry Jellies Candy Recipe

It’s after the holidays and you’re looking for something to have.  You’re trying to stick to your diet, but you’ve just gotta have some something sweet.  These Cranberry Jellies are a perfect solution. 

You will need:

2 cups Fruit Juice - I used Old Orchard’s Cranberry Naturals juice cocktail
½ cup Sugar
4 pkts gelatin
2 TBSP Lemon Juice
Non stick spray

Makes an 8x8 pan. 

Mix the gelatin and sugar in a pan.  Add the 2 cups of  fruit juice. Bring to a boil.  Remove from the heat and add the lemon juice.  Pour into an 8x8 pan that has been sprayed with non-stick spray.   Refrigerate until cool. 

I didn't take pictures, because I figured that you would know what juice in a pan looks like.  Besides that, my pan is dark and it would have looked like nothing!

A few helpful hints: 

I lined my pan with plastic wrap, too.  I then folded the ends over to cover my jellies while they were cooling. 

I refrigerated mine overnight. 

I think the jellies taste much better once they’re brought back to room temperature.

These are fat free, low calorie, and low sugar. 

The Cranberry Naturals is reduced calorie, has no artificial sweeteners, no high fructose corn syrup and no artificial colors.  And it's just 80 calories per 8 oz serving. 

I received free product to review and to create a recipe.  I received no compensation. 

7 comments: said...

Yummy! Thank you for sharing.

Annie1 said...

These sound really refreshing; I wonder if I could use stevia in place of the sugar?...

I think I'll be trying these soon! Thanks

Anne Taylor

jenzen69 said...

These sound delish. This is the second recipe ive sen using jello today

janetfaye said...

This would be easy to make with my grandson.

polly said...

sounds good glad they are low in sugar!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

sounds like a great low cal snack said...

Thanks for the recipes, the Cranberry Jellies Candy recipes looks absolutely delicious, I am goiong to make it this weekend when my daughter comes to visit. Thanks thanks thanks.

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