grape honey

If you don’t have time to jar all those end of summer fruits, try this recipe instead for a wonderful spread. It’s absolutely delicious on toast, croissants and even pancakes. There’s no pectin needed, no jarring or preserving necessary- just make it and use it up or share with friends, family & neighbors. They’ll be amazed it came from grapes, not the traditional berries used in jams or preserves.


5 cups purple grapes, preferably large seedless

1-1/2 cups water


1. Wash grapes and remove stems.

2. Place grapes in a sauce pan with the water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-high and cook for 30-40 minutes, or until the mixture is thick and void of most liquid, but not dry.

3. Strain any excess  seeds using a fine sieve. Store in a glass jar and refrigerate.

Will stay fresh for about 7 days.

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