Tuesday

jam


here's the last installment of homemade gifts for this holiday season. as you can see, we've been enjoying this berry vanilla jam and our first ever attempt at preserving. it was so much fun to boil the jars and then listen intently for the popping noise they make when they seal. we knew we were successful the next day when we checked the seals on all the jars and then opened one right away to taste! when i make small batches of this jam and don't preserve it, i eliminate the pectin - i think it thickens nicely with just the fruit and sugar. we're already enjoying the holidays with family and friends and will try to blog occasionally over the next few weeks from our travels. merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone!

Berry Vanilla Jam
makes eight 8-oz jars

5 cups crushed mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries & blueberries)
1 vanilla bean, cut in half & scrapped
4 tbs lemon juice
1 pkg fruit pectin
7 cups sugar
Combine mixed berries, vanilla bean and lemon juice in a large, stainless steal saucepan. Bring to a full rolling boil over high heat and stir in pectin until dissolved. Add sugar all at once, stirring constantly, and boil for 1 minute. Follow preserving instructions.

5 comments:

Josephine Tournier Ingram said...

This was very tasty! :)

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rich amor said...

I used to buy it. But yours would be more yummy. Thanks for the receipt. It's a great blog, really.

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