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Not Your Grandmother's Blueberry Jam

There's absolutely nothing wrong with straight-up blueberry jam, and if that's what you want, we've got plenty of recipes. But if you've got the blues with the same old same old, here's some inspiration for new flavors with blueberry jam.

Blueberry Ginger Jam, found on
Blueberry Ginger Jam
The fresh kiss of ginger lifts up blueberries and makes them sing.
Blueberry Mint Jam, found on
Blueberry Mint Jam
Many herbs play nicely with blueberries, but mint is a match made in heaven.
Blueberry Basil Jam, found on
Blueberry Basil Jam
Mint's kissing cousin gives blueberry jam a sophisticated twist.
Blueberry Sage Jam, found on
Blueberry Sage Jam
Sage takes the berries into an even more savory direction.

Blueberry Thyme Jam, found on
Blueberry Thyme Jam
The earthy flavor of thyme adds an intriguing note, especially with lemon.
Blueberry Lavender Jam, found on
Blueberry Lavender Jam
Lavender's floral flavor adds a playful touch to serious blueberry jam.
Blueberry Apple Jam With Fennel & Bay, found on
Blueberry Apple Jam With Fennel & Bay
Summer meets fall in this two-fruit jam.
Blueberry, Lemon & Chile Jam, found on
Blueberry, Lemon & Chile Jam
Blueberries, lemon, jalapeno & habanero. A touch of cinnamon, some fresh cilantro. Sound odd? Wild? Punk?? It is. Oh, it is.
Blubarb, found on
Got a little rhubarb left in the freezer from springtime? Pop it in a blueberry jam for surprising results.
Blueberry Maple Jam, found on
Blueberry Maple Jam
Sometimes just changing up the sweetener can make for entirely new flavors. Maple pairs beautifully with blues in this jam.
Blueberry Chocolate Jam, found on
Blueberry Chocolate Jam
Yes, really. Blueberries go completely sexy when paired with dark chocolate in a classic French preserves.


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