Jeannette's Jam (Bread Machine)

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Ready In:
1hr 25mins
2 cups




  • Place all ingredients in bread pan. Set to jam cycle and start.
  • Spoon into containers and refrigerate.

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  1. Nif_H
    What a nice way for my kids to wake up this morning! To the smell of fresh bread and having this delicious jam that I made last night to put on it. Wonderful!!! Very easy and a great way to showcase the blueberry, strawberry, blackberry and raspberry mixture that I used. The only thing I did was to blend the berries up a bit before using them because we don't like our jam as "chunky". I would maybe add a bit more pectin next time because of this. I will absolutely make this again! Made for 1,2,3, Tag. Thanks duonyte! :)
  2. Boomette
    I'm so proud of my first jam. I used 8 ounces of frozen blueberries and 8 ounces of frozen raspberries. I used fresh lemon juice. It's so easy to do. And it tastes great. Next time I may try to use splenda instead of sugar. Thanks Duonyte. Made for 123 hit wonders
  3. br2brown
    We really liked this jam. We used 8 ounces of frozen strawberries (cut into big chunks) and 8 ounces of frozen blueberries. We also halved the sugar, and found the sweetness about right for our tastes. The recipe yeilded a half a mason jar of jam.
  4. IAteMyGluestick
    Very good recipe. Jelled perfectly, tasted good. Very easy. I used a package of mixed blueberries, rasperries, and blackberries and used cherry brandy instead of lemon juice.


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