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Jam, Jelly & Preserve Recipes

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Wild Berry Freezer Jam

Wild Berry Freezer Jam

Wild Berry Freezer Jam

One year, I decided I wanted to make a wild berry jam but couldn't find a recipe, so I invented my own.—Barbara Hohmann, Petawawa, Ontario

Pear Raspberry Jam

Pear Raspberry Jam

Pear Raspberry Jam

I give this sweet and tangy jam as a Christmas gift. In this part of the country, pears and raspberries are in plentiful supply, but frozen berries work just as well.

Freezer Salsa Jam

Freezer Salsa Jam

Freezer Salsa Jam

This is a great addition to any Mexican dish. I made it from combining a friend's recipe and a recipe from a canning cookbook. You can adjust the heat by reducing the amount of hot peppers and hot sauce.—Ellen Katzke, Delavan, Minnesota
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Texas Jalapeno Jelly

Texas Jalapeno Jelly

Texas Jalapeno Jelly

A jar of this jelly is always warmly appreciated...to add an extra Southwestern accent, I trim the lid with a snappy bandanna print fabric.

Dandelion Jelly

Dandelion Jelly

Dandelion Jelly

I have made this jelly for many years. It has a wonderful honey taste and friends and family are always delighted receive it as a gift.—Donna Bohaty, Rockford, Illinois

Clover Honey

Clover Honey

Clover Honey

This recipe comes from my mother-in-law, Myrtress Harrington, who enjoyed the pretty golden spread over pancakes, French toast and breakfast cereal when she was a girl.—Myrtress Harrington, Steuben, Maine

Jalapeno Cranberry Jelly

Jalapeno Cranberry Jelly

Jalapeno Cranberry Jelly

The thing that inspires most of my recipes is getting an item that I don't know what to do with and trying to cobble together to use it up. With this one, my brother giving me several jalapeno green peppers was the beginning. Fortunately for me, my husband is a willing guinea pig for my experiments! -Karen Bunzow, Saginaw, Michigan

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

Peanut Butter-Jelly Spread

With just five simple ingredients, kids of all ages can stir up this sweet peanut butter spread in a jiffy. "It's my husband's favorite," notes Connie Bell of Wagoner, Oklahoma. "It's wonderful slathered on warm biscuits for breakfast."

Candy Apple Jelly

Candy Apple Jelly

Candy Apple Jelly

With a hint of apple and cinnamon, this jelly spreads cheer from breads to bagels to muffins. Its rosy pink color looks lovely blushing through the food jars I save and decorate with fabric-covered lids. —Betsy Porter, Bismarck, North Dakota

Orange Rhubarb Spread

Orange Rhubarb Spread

Orange Rhubarb Spread

This tangy spread is easy to make and tastes especially good on hot, buttered cinnamon toast. The recipe makes enough to have on hand well beyond the growing season. —Betty Nyenhuis, Oostburg, Wisconsin

Old-Fashioned Blueberry Jam

Old-Fashioned Blueberry Jam

Old-Fashioned Blueberry Jam

This is such an easy jelly and comes together very quickly. It also makes a great gift for friends and family!—Kay Laney, North Liberty, Indiana
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