Getting the perfect set for your jams is truly an art! However, it's not impossible to get it just the way you like it. Every recipe may set at a different time. This article explores three methods to find your set time for pectin-free recipes.
While fruit may be in abundance this summer, don't forget about the edible and delicious wildflowers! Wildflower jam with red clover and pineapple with is clever and delicious with bright caramel apple flavor!
Here's a little bit of holiday happy on your toast. Because cranberries & apples have a lot of natural pectin, this jam will gel up on it's own, making it super easy to make. I threw in cinnamon sticks as I cooked down the jam, giving it holiday vibe
I made this lovely cherry jam with hints of lemon and the smoothness of vanilla bean. Because cherries don't have a lot of natural pectin you will need pectin to help with the gelling process. I decided to try a liquid pectin.
This jam is a gem, a rose, a spoonful of spring. It’s unique without calling attention to it’s difference, pink as a gentle sunrise, and nearly as captivating. Spoon it over ice cream for a treat worthy of the season, or savor it later in the year.