---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.02
       Title: Making Reduced-Sugar Fruit Spreads
  Categories: Canning, Preserves, Fruits
       Yield: 1 text
   A variety of fruit spreads may be made that are taseful, yet lower in
   sugars and calories than regular jams and jellies. The following are
   recipes for reduced-sugar fruit spreads. Gelatin may be used as a
   thickening agent, as indicated in two of the following recipes. Sweet
   fruits, apple juice, spices, and/or a liquid, low-calorie sweetener are
   used to provide the sweet flavor of the fruit spreads. When gelatin is
   used in the recipe, the jars of spread should not be processed. They
   should be refrigerated and used within 4 weeks.
   * USDA Agriculture Information Bulletin No. 539 (rev. 1994)
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