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