2 Reviews

Not only is this easy to make, but its incredibly tasty!!! I think you could put any kind of fruit in there that you would like. I followed the recipe exactly, however, I added sugar to taste. I put the first cup in, tasted it and it was perfect so I didn't add anymore. I think this depends on how ripe your fruit is, so I would suggest adding the sugar and then tasting it before adding more.
The consistancy is thinner than some jams, but I love it that way. It is thinner than some jams but thicker than syrup.
This is the first time I have ever made jam because I thought it would be too hard. I am going to use the recipe to make more. If I would have known it was this easy, I would have been making my own all along.

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Areesa73 August 21, 2011

WHAT A GREAT freezer jam recipe, so easy and SO full of fruit - wonderful! I made this with blueberries, raspberries AND a few strawberries and red currants too, only cos' I had them ripe and to hand! I made this yesterday and tasted it today with scones and cream, we love it as is is NOT too sweet for a jam and is a good fruit to sugar ratio. THANKS darlink for an easy peasy recipe, made for Recipe Tag and a keeper for sure! (Photos to be posted, with watermarks here or to another location of your choice!) :-) Karen/FT

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