We have a long standing tradition of getting together as a family to make homemade jam towards the end of the summer. While my favorite recipe is a family secret of the highest priority, I can still share 12 of my OTHER favorite recipes!
Blueberries are a staple of Summer over here on the East Coast. Preserve that luscious summer flavor for the remainder of the year!
This recipe is a classic freezer jam recipe! Pour it over ice cream or over sponge cake for a yummy summery treat.
Preserve delicious jam for up to a year! If you aren’t a fan of the Strawberry and Peach flavor combination, you might try working in blueberries instead!
Apricot Jam is one of my favorite things to put on top of an English Muffin, or a slice of toast. My grandparents had an apricot tree in their backyard, and I ate a plethora of them growing up!
Pop on over to Suburban Simplicity for a delicious recipe that breaks down this recipe in an awesome step-by-step manner. The best part of this is that you can throw in any kind of berry!
One of the worst parts of canning jam is that it is such a process, and it often requires a lot of fruit! For smaller recipes, this Strawberry jam from Saving Dessert is awesome!
Honey, Rosemary, and Blackberry Jam
Honey, rosemary, AND blackberries? That’s a homemade jam recipe I could definitely get behind!
This delicious recipe from Here Comes the Sun doesn’t require any kind of canning materials. Pop them in the freezer for a bit when they are done!
Everything about this chocolate jam recipe is mouthwatering! I personally made this, and I can personally attest to it’s scrumptiousness!
If you can’t get enough of the sweet and spicy combination, this jam might be the greatest thing since sliced bread! Well, at least the greatest thing to go ON sliced bread.
The only thing I love more than blackberry jam are these adorable labels. Fortunately, Evermine has both the recipe AND the labels!
Your tastebuds will feel like they’ve died and gone on a Hawaiian vacation. Hopefully you get caught in the rain!
Another sweet and spicy flavor combination, and I think this one is one I am going to have to sample! This recipe only takes an hour to create, and you’ll be left with 6 pints of jam!
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