Blueberries are one of the most delicious and versatile fruits. They can be used in pies, muffins, cakes, and of course, jams and jellies. Here are some of our favorite jams and jelly recipes for all the other berries you might come across and pick this summer.
Jams and Jelly Recipes
Enjoy a taste of summer year-round by preserving the taste of berries with these recipes. The jam is best served on toast, stirred into yogurt, eaten with a spoon over ice cream, dolloped on pancakes. It’s great shared with others too.
This Mixed Berry Keto Chia Seed Jam is the perfect way to enjoy fresh, homemade jam without all the extra carbs and sugar. Best of all it takes less than 15 minutes to make and only calls for 4 ingredients.
Effortless 2-ingredient Red Currant Jam means you have basically no excuse to make this small batch recipe. If you have a red currant bush in your garden at home or bought a nice little amount and wish to make some jam out of it, it is simple.
This jam is keto-friendly if you have one serving. People spazz when they think about eating fruit on a keto diet, but as long as you do not go crazy eating this sugar-free keto jam and count your other carbs faithfully for the day, you should be good.
This is the best jam made with fresh berries and its a recipe with monk fruit, too. It’s a healthy, homemade jam recipe which is versatile and delicious. It’s probably the easiest jam recipe I’ve made as well!
Easy Sugar Free Cranberry Sauce with only FOUR INGREDIENTS and water. Five minutes of prep and the smell of cranberries, cinnamon, and vanilla will fill your house. This delicious keto cranberry sauce is also low carb, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and THM friendly!
This pressure cooker jam takes 15 minutes and you can use any fruit you want in your Instant Pot or Ninja Foodi. If you’re wondering how to make homemade jam with no pectin quickly I have the answer for you!
I've pared down this homemade jam recipe to produce a small batch mixed berry jam using three different types of seasonal berries - strawberries, blueberries and raspberries - and far less sugar than is traditionally called for, but still with loads of fresh, delicious fruit flavor.
Ashley is a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, turned homesteader, living in Canada. I have been homeschooling for years and love it. Now my children and I get to learn about and help others homeschool and be able to provide for their families and teach our children about where their food comes from.
Why buy strawberry jam when you can make your own mouthwatering spreads? These recipes can be prepared with minimal effort—particularly the freezer jam recipes. Enjoy…
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