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Monkey Butter (Monkey Jam)

Monkey Butter (Monkey Jam) created by Melissa H.

Tropical tasting jam that has many wonderful uses...fill crepes or cakes, top on toast, eat right out of the jar... Processing time not included. From American Prepper's Network.

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25mins
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  • Add all ingredients to a saucepan slicing bananas over the top. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring often to prevent sticking. Continue stirring and mashing your fruit to get a thick consistency; about 20-30 minutes.
  • Ladle hot jam into sterilized jars leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Using a chopstick or plastic knife, pop any air bubbles. Wipe rims spotlessly clean and place a sealing lid on top the jar. Place your lid and rings on finger tight and process in a water bath canner for 15 minutes for pint jars and 10 minutes for half-pint jars.
  • If jar lid seals it will easily keep for one year in a cool, dark place. If jar doesn't seal, place it in your refrigerator and eat within 3 months, or within one month of opening.
  • Note: Product may turn a light pink hue.
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"Tropical tasting jam that has many wonderful uses...fill crepes or cakes, top on toast, eat right out of the jar... Processing time not included. From American Prepper's Network."
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  1. terikaywithmarykay
    I've seen this exact recipe a number of times online, and a few of them state that this recipe isn't safe for long term canning. I'm curious if you know if this recipe has ever been officially tested for safe canning?
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  2. holcombsheila
    Too much lemon juice. Next time I will cut it in half, or even less,
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  3. Cindy D.
    Cut down the sugar. Way too much. Unecessary. Next time I make it, I will tweak it again, and add a secret ingredient!
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  4. Cindy D.
    I made this when I was on vacation in Fl. this past week. First of all, that is WAY too much sugar! We used about 1.5c of sugar, and it was great! We used it on ice cream, and we did ribs on the grill, tasted wonderful!
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  5. Jan W.
    Lovely recipe and a great project for a canning novice. I omit the coconut because my family doesn't like it.
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