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It’s wintertime, and that means everyone is looking for warm, cozy recipes to share with family and friends. But between running errands, going to work and taking care of the kids – not to mention trying to fit in time for yourself – finding the time or energy to make something from scratch can be a challenge.
We’ve put together a collection of scrumptious winter jam recipes that are sure to become staples in your kitchen this season. From traditional blueberry or raspberry jams to unique combinations like rhubarb and orange, these jams combine delicious flavors with simple ingredients so they’re as easy to make as they are enjoyable to eat.
So grab an apron, turn up the stove heat, and get ready—it’s time for some homemade winter jam!
If you’re looking for the perfect homemade jam filled with tasty holiday spices, then this Slow Cooker Christmas Jam is a must-try. Skip the powdered pectin and the need to bring things to a full rolling boil and go for this dump-and-go fresh fruit recipe.
The easiest way to make Jellied Cranberry Sauce from scratch! This 3-ingredient homemade jelly cranberry sauce is thickened and made to gel naturally with no pectin, gelatin, agar, or extra ingredients!
A Thanksgiving and winter holiday staple you can whip up in minutes, customize with flavors, and make sugar-free and so much healthier than anything you can buy in a can!
Make homemade strawberry freezer jam with only three ingredients! This recipe for homemade strawberry jam is made without pectin, and there is an optional sugar substitution! You can choose the ingredients to make it organic. This is the yummiest homemade strawberry jam you will ever eat!
With sweet blueberries and healthy seeds, this blueberry chia jam is full of flavor and refined sugar free. Quick and easy to make, it comes together in just 30 minutes and is perfect on toast or oatmeal!
A good plum jam is my favorite way to preserve the abundant harvest of plums a lot of us have in the Fall season. This recipe is so easy, that you can make it at the same time you are preparing dinner for your family!
Did you know that elderberries that often grow in the wild can make for a delicious jam? This is one of the cheapest, yet, most flavorful jams you can make as the fruit can be found in many unexpected places!