Rhubarb & Ginger Jam - no pectin
Rhubarb & Ginger Jam - the sharpness of the rhubarb is mellowed with the warmth of crystallised stem ginger to make one truly incredible jam!
Apple and Plum Jam Recipe | Homemade Apple & Plum Jam | How to make Apple & Plum jam in microwave | Vegetarian Tastebuds
Jam is probably the best way of preserving the goodness of fruits and what better than a homemade jam, without preservatives. This homemade apple and plum jam is very easy to make and gets ready with few ingredients.
Amazingly Easy Red Pepper Jelly Recipe
This red pepper jelly recipe is amazingly easy to make and works great as a quick appetizer. Pour over some cream cheese and serve with crackers.
Cranberry Pepper Jam
Cranberry Pepper Jam is sweet, spicy, and absolutley irresistible. Everyone goes crazy for this pepper jelly at the very first bite!
Canned Plum Jam Recipe
Savor the plummiest of jams on toast, spooned over thick Greek yogurt, or as a chutneylike partner for sliced turkey. You can also prepare this recipe using other stone fruits, such as peaches, nectarines, or apricots.
Blackberry jelly recipe
The apples in this recipe add loads of pectin to set this fairly firm seedless blackberry jam. It's great with cheese and biscuits or spread on toast.
Canning 101 - Cinnamon Plum Jam Low Sugar Recipe - One Hundred Dollars a Month
Remember those free plums we picked up the other day? Well this morning I whipped up a batch of cinnamon plum jam using a low sugar recipe. Even though I’ve canned enough jam this summer to last the next year or two, I just can’t stop trying new jam recipes when I find them. I think all […]
Low-Sugar Plum Spread
This simple homemade fruit spread has less than one-fourth the calories and one-third the carbohydrate grams of a common commercial variety (you can trim those numbers even further by opting for no-calorie sweetener). Cooking the plums in fruit juice with apples allows you to sweeten the spread without an excessive amount of sugar and take advantage of the natural pectin in the fruit. This method also works well with strawberries, blackberries or peaches.