12 Amazing Jam Recipes You Have to Try

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It’s almost canning season! Which means it’s almost time to eat fruit in my favorite form. There’s nothing better than some homemade jam made from fresh fruit spread on a crusty piece of warm bread. I love jams, and I especially love trying new jams! I’ve gathered together some tried and true favorite recipes, as well as some new ideas for making the perfect jam.

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7 comments for “12 Amazing Jam Recipes You Have to Try

  1. Kathy
    September 12, 2015 at

    Thanks for sharing the jam recipes. I just Gotta try them. .

    • layla
      February 29, 2016 at

      waiting for strawberries and blueberry season thanks

  2. Bettye Grant
    October 6, 2016 at

    Do you have a recipe for Fig jam?

  3. Heidi Johnston
    August 2, 2017 at

    The fruit stand was selling 12 ripe mangos for 3.50. I bought three cartons of 12 and cut the mangos up and sealed them in air tight bags. I want to make mango jam with pectin. Does anyone know the equilance ratio of how many cups of mango to cups of sujar and lemon I ?

    • Maxine Tate
      October 19, 2017 at

      My neighbor is a lady aged 94 years of age and she and her husband were farmers for 74 years . As most country folk , there is very little that she doesn’t know about preserving and cooking !
      She taught me that where in pastry making , the rule of thumb is half fat to flour and in jam making the rule is half sugar to fruit . So , for each kilo of fruit you ure 500 grams of sugar and the juice of 1 small lemon per kilo of fruit . In saying this , it is the weight of fruit after it is all prepared . eg . If you are making strawberry jam , weigh your fruit after you have washed , removed the green stem etc . and cut off any blemishes .
      I hope that you find this helpful .

  4. Randa Walters
    November 9, 2017 at

    What can be done to reduce or replace sugar in the jam/jelly recipes and still have them “set up” ?

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