13 Homemade Jams And Jellies

13. Homemade Pumpkin Jam

This homemade pumpkin jam recipe made with a spicy flavor is perfect for tarts, pies or slathered on toast in the morning breakfast. This jam is delicious!

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12. Jalapeño Pepper Jelly {For Canning}

This classic sweet and spicy Jalapeño Pepper Jelly is one of my most popular preserves! It’s fantastic served over cream cheese with crackers or as a delicious dip or marinade.

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11. Cranberry Jam

Cranberry Jam is an easy to make condiment that is perfect for breakfast and brunch!

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10. Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam

So popular, my Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam is simple to make, utterly delicious and made with no added pectin. It’s also uses just one pot unlike some recipes.Once you tasted this amazing jam you’ll be foraging for blackberries every year just to make it!

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9. Rhubarb Jam Recipe

Learn how to make a small batch of rhubarb jam without pectin with this easy recipe. You can infuse the jam with juniper berries that bring a unique twist to this classic jam, or classic vanilla beans will also work beautifully here. You can even use frozen rhubarb to make this, if that’s all you’ve got!

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8. Blueberry Compote Recipe with Lemon

A sweet and tangy lemon blueberry compote recipe for pancakes, cheesecake, ice cream, oatmeal, and so many other desserts and sweet breakfast dishes. It is quick, easy, and super yummy! All you need to make this delicious blueberry sauce is fresh blueberries (or frozen- any cooked blueberries work in the end!), a lemon, sugar, and a pinch of salt!

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7. Blueberry Chia Jam

This blueberry chia jam is the sweet treat that feels very indulgent but actually has a lot of healthy fruit and chia seeds. Use to spread on toast, top your oatmeal in the morning or even add a dollop to some ice-cream! You can use frozen or fresh blueberries as both work out so well.

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6. Gooseberry Jam

Gooseberry jam is delicious whether you grow your own gooseberries in your garden or allotment, buy them from the supermarket or pick them at a fruit farm. This recipe is easy and foolproof!

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5. The Best Black Currant Jelly

Black currant jelly is a delight, one of the most flavorful homemade jellies you could possibly make.

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4. Strawberry Rhubarb Jam Recipe

This strawberry rhubarb jam recipe can be made with fresh or frozen rhubarb and your choice of fresh or frozen strawberries. This recipe has lower sugar than other recipes but it is not short on garden-fresh fruit flavors.

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3. Gooseberry Jam

Sweet gooseberries cooked down into a wonderful gooseberry jam that tastes absolutely refreshing. With a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, the gooseberry’s natural flavours pop even more.

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2. Strawberry Jam Without Pectin-Just 3 Ingredients!

This simple 3-ingredient Strawberry Jam Without Pectin is so simple to make for a deliciously fresh strawberry jammy spread to top an English muffin or spread on your morning toast. Make this jam in small batches to savor the freshness.

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1. Small Batch Bourbon Peach Jam

Your cakes, pancakes and toast will be anything but bland with this easy, small batch bourbon peach jam. This jam combines sweet, ripe peaches with hearty undertones of a full-bodied bourbon, and makes just two 1/2 pint jars – perfect for sharing or keeping all to yourself. Read all the way through to catch my best tips and tricks for making jam, including how tell if your jam will set and how to make a low sugar version.

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