• This brought back memories. I used to make jams and jellies all the time, in a previous life. 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, Ah, I am so glad I was able to bring back some good memories. I hope you find a little time to revisit making some of this easy jam. 🙂

  • HB

    Oh WOW! I want to make this like right now. It does look pretty easy and I bet they’re really good just like your pickles and roasted tomatoes. I made those and they are to die for.

    • Hello HB, You will love these jams. They are as good if not better then the pickles and dried roasted tomatoes. Happy Dance from me to you. 🙂

  • Jeannette Paladino

    Susan — you always have such mouthwatering recipes. I live in NY and it seems like there are fruit and vegetable vendors on every corner. I stock up on berries several times a week — I’m a devoted fan of raspberries and blueberries, and this recipe does seem quite simple.

    • Hi Jeannette, What a very kind thing to say… :D. I so love any kind of berry. Like you, raspberries and blueberries are my fav. I do hope you give these a try. I think you would really enjoy them. 🙂

  • OooH! Going to so try this! I’ve been craving jam but just never get around to buying it. 😉 I think I’ll TRY to make the time to buy these ingrediants. 🙂

    • Hi Sarah, It’s really good and couldn’t be easier. The biggest challenge I have with this jam is keeping in stock… LOL.

      • I made the Jam this morning. It’s cooling. I just wanted to make sure about something.. 🙂 For the Pectin I noticed two measurements: 2 1/4 tablespoons pectin and the 2 1/4 teaspoons pectin. I used the teaspoons.. I hope that was the correct one. It smells yummy, and I took a little taste too. 😉 Yummy! Can’t wait for it to cool!! 🙂

        • You’re correct, it’s 2 1/4 teaspoons not tablespoons. I need to correct that in the recipe. I can’t wait to hear what you think. 🙂

          • It’s only cooled a little. But I put some on toast and LOVE IT! Perfect! I am totally with your friend too. haha I just want to eat it out of the jar. 🙂 Noah thinks it’s very yummy too. He sat next to me and we both enjoyed a piece of toast. 🙂

          • That is so cool. I have some peaches I’ll be making jam with. Do you think I should post that?

          • Sure! 🙂 I love peaches!

          • That is so cool. I have some peaches I’ll be making jam with. Do you think I should post that?

  • I have a sister and a friend who make jam, so I will pass this along to them. Then maybe I will get to partake of the jam they make from your recipe!

    • That is really cool. If your friend or sister make this jam. Please let me know what they and you think. 🙂

  • Now this does sound like a simple recipe

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  • Bethany Lee

    Frozen, not canned . . . interesting!!

    • It really is that easy and lovely on toast or in yogurt parfaits. I just made a parfait with my jam that’s why I threw that in. 🙂

  • Yeah. looking good.

    • It is easy and good, my favorite combination. Give it a try. 🙂

  • Lubna

    I love jam, and farmer’s markets.

    • Hi Lubna, You’d like this the jam and our Farmer’s Markets too. 🙂

  • I have never tackled homemade jam myself, but I love when others do!;)

    • It’s so easy and so much better then store bought. Give it a try. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Looks yummy! I’ve been wanting to make some jam. Maybe I will try it in the spring.

    • It is that and is really easy to make. I know you would love it. BTW: fall has some great fruit that make awesome jams. 🙂