Grandma's Blueberry Peach Jam Recipe

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

Blueberries and peaches with a hint of cinnamon - Delicious! Easy to make! Made with fresh blueberries and frozen peaches. I've made this the last several years with wonderful results. Taken from Wanted to store it where I won't lose it!


  1. Clean and crush berries. Put in large saucepan.
  2. Cut peach slices into pieces and grind in food processor or food mill. Add to berries.
  3. Mix pectin and cinnamon into the fruit mixture and cook over high heat until mixture comes to a boil; stirring constantly.
  4. Add sugar all at once. Bring to a full boil and boil hard for 1 minute, stirring constantly.
  5. Remove from heat. Skim and stir to remove foam. Ladle into hot jars and seal.
Most Helpful

I can't say I completely used this recipe as I did change a few thing up. I ended up using 2 packages of liquid pectin instead of one. I also added my sugar with my fruit at the very beginning, along with 2tsp cinnamon, and 2 TBS lemon juice. I brought that to a boil and then added my TWO packages of liquid pectin, then I brought that to another boil and kept it for 1 minute. Then remove from heat skim off foam.. at the same time I skimmed off the blueberry skins because my family doesn't like them n their jam. Process as directed and yum yum yummy!!!

MamaBird2four July 11, 2014

Made this and its absolutely wonderful, you can also add a little cinnamon and/or allspice. I would recommend 2 packets of liquid pectin because a batch of blueberry jam on the certo package takes two. Blueberries have very little pectin so takes more to get them to set up!

udderlymooving_2797853 July 01, 2012

This would be 5 stars if the mixture had jelled. Its a ice cream topping not a jam. I fllowed the recipe to the T but not very thick at all. In fact its runny. If the chef can check the recipe and tell me where I went wrong I will change it to 5 stars,

bill mayes August 16, 2010