Mixed Berry Jam – Behind the Curtain Dessert Challenge

This month for the “Behind the Curtain” Dessert challenge, we were given raspberries and strawberries. For me, those two berries taste delicious in a yummy homemade jam. Have you ever had Mixed Berry Jam? Oh honey — you are missing out!

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Mixed Berry Jam

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Mixed Berry Jam
 
Ingredients
  • 2 pounds of strawberries
  • 2¼ cups of sugar
  • 3 tablespoons of fresh orange juice
  • 2 pints of blueberries
  • 2 pints of raspberries
  • 1 pint of blackberries
  • 1 small granny apple, diced small
Instructions
  1. Clean and hull the strawberries. Slice the strawberries into quarters and place into a large heavy bottomed Dutch oven.
  2. Clean the blueberries, raspberries and blackberries and add to the strawberries.
  3. Add the sugar and orange juice and let sit for a few minutes to macerate.
  4. Over a medium-high heat, bring the berries to a boil and stir often.
  5. When the mixture comes to a rolling boil, add the diced apple and stir.
  6. Let the mixture continue at a rolling boil, making sure to skim the foam off of the top until the mixture reaches 220 degrees.
  7. When the jam reaches 220 degrees, turn off the heat and let come to room temperature.
  8. When the mixture is at room temperature, you can now place in jars or containers and place in the fridge. It should keep for a couple weeks.
  9. Enjoy

I’m telling you, there is nothing like getting some homemade jellies and jams and slathering it on a fresh “out of the oven” biscuit or loaf of bread.

What are your favorite types of jams and jellies?

Be sure to check out the other bloggers for the Behind the Curtain Dessert Challenge and see what strawberry and raspberry inspirations they cooked up!

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Comments

  1. The Ninja Baker says

    I think a favorite jam would probably be yours once I smeared some on toast =) Seriously, strawberry jam is a big seller in Tokyo and I sincerely appreciate your lovely creation, Jennifer =)

  2. says

    What a lovely jam! I love all of the delicious fruit that goes into this recipe.

    I missed the link-up time for the Behind The Curtain Dessert Challenge, hope you’ll stop by and check out my contribution: http://thecookssister.wordpress.com/2013/06/13/behind-the-curtain-dessert-challenge-strawberries-and-raspberries-stewed-rhubarb-with-strawberries-and-raspberries/
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  3. Sheryl says

    LOVE your recipe. Thanks for participating in Behind The Curtain Dessert Challenge. I can’t wait to see what you create for next months Blueberries and Lemon Challenge! Have a GREAT week! ~Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain~

  4. says

    your jams looks fabulous ! I have tried making strawberry jams and raspberry jams but never a combination. you jam however is inspiring me to try it while the berries are still around.

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