5 Reviews

excellent! I made this with the zucchini unpeeled but seeded and using strawberry kiwi jello. The zucchini peels turned dark, so I added enough red food coloring to make the jam pink. It looks like real strawberry jam. My friends with Chrone's disease can eat this!

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vonnieschmitt September 30, 2009

You can't tell it has zucchini in it. I even had my kids eat it and they never knew. Thanks for the recipe.

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Shon Marie July 27, 2009

I love to make this jam! I have been making it for a few years now and it is always a huge hit! When I make it at our house, It is called Gummy Bear Jam, named by my kids!

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iscldangel April 08, 2009

Thanks for posting this recipe. I have tasted it before, but never knew how. I have purchased the materials to start maybe tomorrow. This is my first time canning anything whis me luck. Thanks again, Vickie

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vlp28 August 20, 2005

this is the quickest jam i've ever made. it's also the cheapest i've made and everyone loves it! i used a food processor with the smallest grating attachment to shred the zuchinni and an ice cream scoop to get out the seeds. this recipe was just what i was looking for!!! i have way too much zucchini(who doesn't) and this recipe was just what i needed. i've made 2 batches so far and am about to make 3 more. i gave away the first batch and everyone i gave it to enjoyed it and was shocked when i told them it was zuchinni. i used orange jello for the second batch (it's all i had in the house) and it turned out too. i think it's more of a kids jam flavour, but they're eating zuchinni-yeah! thanks soo much for posting! i'll be making this every summer.

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um-um-good August 15, 2005
Zucchini Jam