Just 30 minutes and you'll be spreading some of the best tasting, freshest jam in town. The agar flakes make jam a snap to firm up and fresh ripened fruits take care of the sweet in this healthy, delicious recipe.
The swap of the blackberry for the tomato completely transforms this ketchup. There's still the expected kick from vinegar and the traditional punch of the spice blend, but the blackberry lends it an almost jammy, even slightly sour quality.
Making single-serving yogurt in a crockpot is simple. The individual containers are reusable and the yogurt stays fresh and firm for several weeks. I leave a little head room in the jars for mix-ins. Great for yogurt on the go!
This small-batch tomato jam tastes like sweet, caramelized sun-dried tomatoes with a hint of spice and grassy basil. Enjoy with a variety of cheeses, on a sandwich, even on ice cream and sweet cornbread!