Make Your Own Jams, Jellies, and Preserves: Our Top 15 Recipes

Make Your Own Jams, Jellies, and Preserves: Our Top 15 Recipes

If you ever have an overabundance of fresh fruit in your home, don’t let it go to waste! Make your own fresh fruit jams, jellies, or preserves! Nothing is better than freshly prepared peach preserves spread over a warm scone, or delicious pear apple jam on your morning toast. Making your own jams and jellies is as easy as can be, so pick out a recipe that interests you and give it a try!

Jam Recipes
Rhubarb and Blueberry Jam: The sharp taste of rhubarb is balanced by the sweet blueberries and sugar.
Peach Jam: A delicious, peachy jam you definitely won't find on your grocer's shelf! Goes great on toast.
Pear Apple Jam: A yummy combination of ingredients creates the best fruit spread for toast and other bread items.
Bing Cherry Jam: For the best flavor, cherries  should be used within 3 days of harvesting.
Papaya Mango Jam: Spice up your toast--or whatever you want to put jam on--with this tropical concoction! You won't find something this good at your grocery store!
 
Jelly Recipes
Honey Jelly: To give your honey  a better spread, try turning it into a jelly.
Cranberry Jelly: This cranberry jelly is easy and delicious. Perfect for holidays!
Cantaloupe Jelly: This simple jelly is a refreshing and unexpected spread for a variety of breads.
Spiced Apple Jelly: This is a really yummy jelly.
Tomato Jelly: You'll love this delicious tomato jelly recipe.
 
Preserve Recipes
Fig Preserves: The thickness of the figs gives this jam a heavy texture.
No Sugar Pineapple Apricot Preserves: This fruity jam is made with sugar-free Jello, Splenda, and lemon juice , in addition to the fruit!
Pear Preserves: Not a commonly jarred fruit, but just as delicious as anything else.
Yellow Tomato Preserves: Flavored with ginger and lemon, these preserves would be great on cornbread or crackers .
Chunky Peach Preserves: A sweet and chunky recipe for peach preserves.
 
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