Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Homemade Pomegranate Jelly!

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I made some really good pomegranate jelly! I'm so thrilled with how good it turned out. Click here to hop on over to my product review page to read more about this! The recipe can be found there also.

32 comments:

Jojo said...

I am so impressed! I could never make something with that juicy fruit. As soon as I peel it, I am eating those tiny seeds. I love them!!!!

Jojo said...

BTW - what are you doing up at this hour?

bellaboo said...

Have just been reading/looking through your blog.Love the flea market pictures.I love vintage linen and lace too,infact anything vintage.Will be back soon!

Bellaboo

Tutti Chic said...

Looks incredible! I'm drooling lol! :) chris

Susan Wicker said...

The jelly looks wonderful, Cindy, and the holder it's in is beautiful. Is the jelly hard to make? What else do you add to the juice? Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Katherine said...

Dear Cindy,
Just started reading your blog several weeks ago. Stumbled on it from somewhere ???? Your house is wonderful and your blog interesting. You have inspired me to visit CA. My husband is playing in a Bridge tournament in Reno in March. From there we are going to drive to San Fran ( my reward for enduring the tournament). I have scrolled down through your posts and am writing down all the interesting places you mention. I will have to look on a map and check their locations. Keep posting I check every day.

maría cecilia said...

Hola Cindy, it looks yummy!!! So good idea making it out of juice instead of the fruit, anyway, I´ll try from my pomegranates when they are ready.
Muchos cariños,
Maria Cecilia

jElsie said...

That looks good Cindy. One of my
son-in-laws loves pomegranates.
If I made him some I would have
to make it sugar free. I might
have to try that.

Elsie said...

Cindy I forgot to tell you I love
the dish you have that in and also
I think I have seen that juice in
Wal Mart. Can you tell us where it
can be purchased if that's not
where I saw it.

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I see it in all the grocery stores around here. It's in the produce section by the fresh juices that need to be in the fridge.

Cindy said...

Yummy, that sounds good! Cindy S.

Pam said...

First I have to get that cute jelly dish!

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Cindy ... it looks delicious and the presentation is quite lovely... I have never tasted one or worked with them... Hum

ceekay said...

Great job...but what I like is the copote dish! That is sooo pretty!

Kathysue said...

I love pomegranate jelly it is so pretty to look at and taste delish. Great job!I have a cool test on my blog today, come on over and take it, I think you will enjoy it. Hugs Kathysue

Beverly@My Sew Sweet Studio said...

Love pomegranate jelly. You were smart to make it with the juice. Too much trouble and mess to make it with the fruit. And it looks so pretty in your bowl. I went to your product review page...such cute little bottles it comes in. I will look for them at my store.

Linda said...

Oh that looks so good. The jelly dish is absolutely beautiful. Let's see if I make the jelly then I reward myself with a sweet dish to put it in....works for me!

September said...

Hah! And we just talked about pomegranate jelly a few weeks ago! My Mom would be impressed. I'm sure it's SO much easier making it with the pom juice than with the real pom's... what a pain that was, it took HOURS. LOL

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Sounds delicious and looks yummy.
hugs ~lynne~

Janice Selby said...

Love you fountain.

Also seen you in Romantic Homes!!!!

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Hi Cindy, it sounds delicious!! I wanted to tell you I bought one of the vintage hanky garlands you posted about at the flea market and I love it!! It looks like the one in your post (;
Hugs~Kelly

JBeaudetStudios said...

Wow that sounds yummy! It's healthy for you too!:)-Jennifer

glimpse of my world said...

Hey Cindy..... hope all is well with you... I did a shout out today about my lemon tassel!! I still love it... and your home.. and you... have a blessed day...

Tanza said...

Hi Cindy,
Sounds and looks soo yummy !! My Granny always made this for us .. Ooohh ... and that silver dish, bet it makes the jelly taste EvEn better .. Soo beutiful as always ~
hugs ~tea~xo

Leann said...

Hi Cindy

The jelly sounds and looks wonderful. But I'm really in love with your fountain. I rec'd some money for Christmas and want to buy a fountain desperately. Yours looks wonderful. Aren't Dad's terrific?!

Enjoy!
Leann

Dreams and Decor said...

Now this is how I would like to get my antioxidants in! (hee!hee!) It looks absolutely delicious! Speaking of pom juice, have a rather embarrasing experience---I put a bottle of it in my shopping cart from the Walmart veggie dept. & continued shopping ALL around the store, even in home decor, clothing, etc.--I mean ALL OVER the store! Well, I get to the checkout & notice that someone had broken the seal, unscrewed the lid, & put it back on (I guess maybe they wanted a taste?). Anyway, turns out I had a trail of dark pom juice following me all over the store! I was so mortified and offered to clean it up but they got an employee to do it instead! And that's my POM story!!! Patti

Sonia said...

Poms are so good for us...what a great idea to make a jelly. I love the blue and white teapot in the picture! Just beautiful. Miss Bloomers

Lynn said...

Oh I am thinking of a scone with that jelly. Love the dish with the handle too. That jelly would be great for a valentine brunch, since its Sunday this year!
Have a beautiful day.
Lynn

Charlene said...

That has the most beautiful color! And I was reading about your fountain which is divine. I love the sound of water trickling in a fountain. I have unpluged mine for the winter because we have had a LOT of freezing temps here in Texas. I know this will really be pretty when all your flowers bloom. HUGS! Charlene

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

This sounds delicious. I love anything pomegranate. In fact my favorite tea right now is pomegranate flavored tea. Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Marcia

Andréa said...

Here in Brazil is very difficult to find pomegranate juice, but I know a supplier around here, but unfortunately I could not see the recipe for Jell site .... is a shame because I would love to do, because here we did not find pomegranate jelly in markets, but I will try to find in the market of imported products ...
kisses ..

Dream Mom said...

Oh, it looks wonderful! I LOVE your jam dish those-it's soooo pretty. Where on earth did you get it?

On a separate note, I really love your photographs. You always seem to do such a beautiful job to make everything look so feminine and pretty.