11 Homemade Jams And Jellies | How To Make Jams and Jellies

I can think of various reasons why you should have jams and jellies in your life, especially in your recipes. If you want to add flavor to your bread and crackers, use them for dips and fillings. They also make excellent personalized gifts for your loved ones. Jams and jellies are also a nutritious complement to your everyday meals when created with natural ingredients. And how can one ensure that their jams have the proper ingredients? By making these goodies with your own hands, of course! Simply take a look at and follow these 21 homemade jams and jellies you can easily do! 

11. Lemon Zucchini Jam – Low Carb & Sugar-Free Recipe

This Low Carb Sugar-free Lemon Zucchini Jam will disappear when served with warm scones. A great way to use up your bumper crop of zucchini!

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10. Homemade Cinnamon Spiced Plum Jam

This Cinnamon Spiced Plum Jam is an amazing way to preserve the the sweet flavor of your plums. It is a super delicious jam with soft, sweet junks of plum and an amazing spicy and sweet flavor making you feel all nice and cozy. Basically Fall in a jar!

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9. Bourbon Caramelized Onion Jam

This boozy Bourbon Caramelized Onion Jam is the hit of BBQ season this year. Red onions, combined with bourbon, maple balsamic and maple sugar. Caramelized to perfection. The perfect topping for burgers, sandwiches and so much more.

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8.  Apricot Jam Recipe with Liquid Pectin

This Apricot Jam Recipe couldn’t be simpler, and it celebrates the sweet freshness of sun-ripened apricots. These are one of the summer’s succulent stone fruits.

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7. Damson Jam

When the nights turn cold and the summer seems a distant memory, don’t despair… it’s jam season! Damson jam is an absolute highlight this time of year.

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6. Corn Cob Jelly

Corn cob jelly is a tasty way to use leftover corn cobs, and it results in a sweet spreadable jelly with incredible corn flavor. Get one more use out of your corn cob discards before they make their way to the compost or chicken coop.

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5. Easy Blackberry Bourbon Jam

This Blackberry Bourbon Jam is a tasty grown-up twist on the classic Blackberry Jam and is so good on biscuits, toast, or fancy appetizer crackers with brie cheese. This is a quick and easy homemade jam recipe that can be made with fresh or frozen blackberries.

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4. Easy Slow Cooker Bacon Jam

Bacon Jam is slow-cooked smoky bacon and sweet onions that caramelize, while cooking, with maple syrup, into a salty sweet condiment.

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3. Marrow Jam

With the summer approaching, that means it’s marrow season! Marrow is an overgrown courgette, and if you grow your own courgettes – you know how fast they grow!

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2. Small Batch Strawberry Champagne Jam

This strawberry champagne jam is the perfect upgrade to toast and cake alike. Combining sweet strawberries with champagne undertones, this jam is sure to delight, no matter how you choose to use it.

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1. Blackberry Vanilla Bourbon Jam

Over the las few years I have experimented with whipping up new jams and jellies with fruits and peppers from the garden. I wanted to try something different this year so I made this Blackberry Vanilla Bourbon Jam and let me tell you…delicious. A little sweet, super flavorful, and can use it for breakfast, to grill with, or dessert!

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