Pepper Jelly Neighbor Gift Idea w/ Printable Gift Tag + Blog Hop

Welcome to November friends! Are you guys ready to start seeing Christmas goodness all over this blog? We have dived into the Christmas crafts, treats, traditions, etc and are ready to start sharing all the fun with you guys! Today we have teamed up with 29 talented and creative bloggers to share some neighbor gift ideas with you guys. We are sharing our go-to Neighbor Gift for the last few years – Pepper Jelly! Lisa actually introduced me to Pepper Jelly about 6 years ago and I was obsessed! Funny thing is – I’m actually not a pepper fan! But, I LOVE this stuff! My mom has also given this as her neighbor/work gift the last 4 years as well! It’s THAT good!



Pepper jelly
Yields 17
A yummy treat or appetizer!
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  1. 2 1/2 c very small diced red peppers, seeds removed
  2. 2 1/2 c very small diced green peppers, seeds removed
  3. 1/2 c fine diced jalapeno peppers, seeds removed
  4. 3 c cider vinegar
  5. 13 c sugar
  6. 1 Tbsp butter
  7. 1-2 Tbsp red pepper flakes depending on how hot you want it
  8. 2 pack liquid pectin Certo brand, found in the canning section or by the Jell-O
  1. You can use a food processor to chop peppers just be careful not to dice them to small. Bring all ingredients, except pectin to a rolling boil.
  2. Add pectin and return to a boil. Time for 1 1/2 minutes and take off burner.
  3. Hot pack in warm jars for 15 minutes. Remove from canner and allow to cool for 24 hours. The jelly will set up as it cools.
  4. Makes approx 17 half pints!
  1. Serve over Cream Cheese and eat with Ritz!
Adapted from Stephen Dowdney
Adapted from Stephen Dowdney
Over The Big Moon
 We are also sharing this cute Gift Tag that you can attach to your Pepper Jelly!  Just click below to download it!


Now check out the other 29 awesome ideas!  If you love an idea, be sure and click over to see the full tutorial!

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Frenchi Wraps – Yummy Bars

Yesterday on Tuesday – Cookie Mix

The Happy Scraps – Homemade treat packaging

Over The Big Moon – Pepper Jelly

Just Us Four – Paleo Pumpkin Granola w/ Tag 

Wait Til Your Father Gets Home – Rudolph Ornament

Happiness Is Homemade – Holiday Cookie Dough Tag

Cupcake Diaries – Twizzlers Holiday Tag

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One Artsy Mama – Crochet Gift Card Pouch

Reasons to Skip the Housework – Hot Cocoa Set

Made to Be a Mama – Dishes Gift Set

Let’s Eat Grandpa – Easy-Sew Two-Hand Casserole Pot Holder

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See Vanessa Craft – Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub

Carissa Miss – For Your Mistletoes

Occasionally Crafty – Salsa Neighbor Gift

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Simply Designing – Mulling Spices

Domestically Speaking – Cinnamon Crumble Apple Pie + Printable

Creations By Kara – Christmas Bread Wrapper

Frog Prince Paperie – Luminary Kit

Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke – The Gift of Dishes

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Giggles Galore – Homemade Vanilla

One Krieger Chick – Playdough in a Jar

Food Folks and Fun – DIY Coasters Gift Set

My Craftily Ever After – Printable Neighbor Gift Bags

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Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!

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    Sorry, but am I missing something. 1) I’ve never used (or looked for) liquid Certo, so size please. 2) 3 C of vinegar and Certo is the only liquid in this? I’d love to give this a try, but I’m just feeling the liquid quantities don’t add up… I soooo wanna get this right!


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    Heidi Schilling Fowler


    I guess now that you’ve moved away, I’ll have to make my own pepper jelly this year! So yummy! Pinned.


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    Vanessa Marquiss Barker


    I love pepper jelly. Can’t wait to have some for a Thanksgiving treat!


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