Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

I got this off a canning site.


  1. For each cup of jam or jelly, add the above. For example if you have 7 cups of jam, add that 7 times. Put all in a pot and bring to a hard boil for 1 minute.
  2. Ladle in hot sterilized jars and put hot lids on jars. Enjoy.
Most Helpful

This worked liked a charm!! I made strawberry jam and the first batch seperated badly. I used this and my jams look wonderful!! Thanks for the recipe and thanks for answering my email so helpfully. Karen

kzbhansen June 30, 2005

You are a life saver Nora! My strawberry jam was more like strawberry syrup, very runny with the solids at the bottom and a nice soft jelly on top. Used this recipe and presto, good jam, just the way it should be! Thank you so much.
Made for Cookathon in Memory of Nora's dear Ed.

Barefoot Beachcomber December 22, 2010