Fabulous Fruit Jams

Homemade fruit jam recipes make tasty toppers for toast, muffins, and more. Make a batch this season to enjoy all year long.

  • Ruby Skillet Fruity Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel

    Ruby Skillet Fruity Jam

    Save the tastes of summer by making your own jam with fresh nectarines and berries. The jam keeps for up to a month in your fridge, so you'll always be ready when the craving for croissants hits.
  • Fresh Strawberry Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Jim Bathie; Jan Gautro

    Fresh Strawberry Jam

    You don't need to bring out the canning equipment for this jam. A simple saucepan and fresh ingredients are all you need to preserve rich summer flavor.
  • Strawberry Raspberry Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Annabelle Breakey

    Strawberry Raspberry Jam

    Lovers of strawberry jam will jump for joy at this new twist. Adding tart raspberries to sweet strawberries gives this jam an added depth of flavor and an even richer color.
  • Pomegranate and Pear Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel

    Pomegranate and Pear Jam

    Our users love this easy recipe and use it in their holiday gift baskets to rave reviews each year. The hint of fresh rosemary makes this topper a winner on pork dishes.
  • Fig and Lime Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Photo: Gentl & Hyers; Styling: Kendra Smoot

    Fig and Lime Jam

    Three ingredients and a little time are all you need to make this flavorful jam. The sweet figs cut the tartness of the limes, creating a balanced flavor that is oh-so delicious.
  • Mixed-Berry Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Photo: © Frances Janisch

    Mixed-Berry Jam

    Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries combine to make this ruby-hued jam. Aside from the fruit, sugar and lemon are the only other ingredients you need.
  • Strawberry Cordial Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Cindy Barr

    Strawberry Cordial Jam

    Add liqueur to this jam for flavor that's reminiscent of an old-fashioned cordial. If you prefer, substitute 2 tablespoons black currant syrup plus 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice for the liqueur. Keep this refrigerated for up to one month.

  • Frozen Strawberry Freezer Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Photo: William Dickey; Styling: Cari South

    Frozen Strawberry Freezer Jam

    This is a great jam to make any time of year. Start with frozen strawberries and you'll soon find yourself with delicious homemade jam.
  • Raspberry-Almond Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Becky Luigart-Stayner

    Raspberry-Almond Jam

    This bright, fruity jam, a tasty topping for toast, is also good stirred into oatmeal or layered with ice cream for a quick parfait.

  • Strawberry-Port Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel

    Strawberry-Port Jam

    Fresh isn't always best. Frozen strawberries work best in this easy recipe and tend to hold their shape better than fresh berries.
  • Green Tomato-Blueberry Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel

    Green Tomato-Blueberry Jam

    Green tomatoes make a surprise showing in this berry-laden jam. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and a hint of lemon round out the bold flavor combination.
  • Double Berry Freezer Jam
    Text by Ashley Kappel, Photo: William Dickey; Styling: Cari South

    Double Berry Freezer Jam

    This easy freezer jam recipe uses fresh blackberries and strawberries, but other seasonal berries may be substituted.

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