I LOVE this recipe. I was hesitant to try, but did after reading T.S.C.'s review I am so happy that I tried it. I'm wondering though, after freezing fresh raspberries would this still work? Cause I used freshly picked ones. Thank you so much for this!!! And thank you TSC for adding on that bit about the splenda, my father is diabetic and I am sure to try your version.
Love it! I followed your instructions -- easy peasy. This is what my 94 yr old grandma has always done when she makes her freezer jam. I followed the instructions except (since I only had 1 1/2 cups jam) I just put the jam in the fridge for immediate use. I didn't use sterilized jar or seal it since we're consuming it right away. After less than one week, we were running low so I made some more this morning. The first time I made it, I did not beat with rotary beater. It turned out great anyway. I did beat it the second time I made this recipe and am not sure of the purpose for this (does that release more of the raspberries natural pectin?). Regardless, both batches are delicious. I like how easy this spreads. It would be a great sauce on brownies or ice cream.
An easy, fail-safe recipe. Beautiful and delicious.
Excellent jam, very easy, and it works with frozen raspberries too. I just took them out of the freezer and left them at room temperature for 90 minutes. For a first time jam-maker like me, it is worth noting that while it may not seem so "thick" while boiling on the stove, it rapidly becomes so while cooking, so boiling over 4 minutes after adding the sugar just results in a jam that's nearly impossible to spread. I'll definitely make this again!
Amazing! I used just shy of 5 cups of raspberries to use up what I had, and kept the sugar at 4 cups. I followed the directions as written and canned the jam. This was my first jam attempt, and it couldn't have been easier!
Quick, Easy, Successful! I love it because it seems to be fail-proof, and it looks beautiful. I followed the suggestion of boiling for 4 mins after adding sugar; also, did not mash of beat the berries... It's great! Sue, BC
I used fresh raspberries...and jam turned out excellent. How easy only 2 ingredients. This is the first time I've made raspberry jam. I was suprised to see that I didn't need any pectin. Thanks for sharing this one.
Fantastic! Going out to pick some more :) Great and easy recipe. Mine set up beautifully. Thanks for posting!
I give this double the stars. I will never use another Raspberry jam again this is the best. The worst thing about this jam is I cannot keep in the jars. I did increase the second two minutes of boiling to four. I made three batches in July and I have two jars left ï?Œ I am grading them with my life. Thank you so much for posting this Raspberry jam recipe
Dead easy and terrific too! This is my first year making jam and this was the first recipe I've tried without using pectin. I'm hooked!!