Our jam recipes are best paired with peanut butter, spread on biscuits, or eaten by the spoonful.
Blackberry Chambord Jam
Recipe: Blackberry Chambord Jam
This jam blends blackberries and Chambord, a black raspberry liqueur that brings out the flavor of the fruit.
This jam keeps in the refrigerator for up to a month.
Recipe: Peach-Raspberry Jam
Stone Fruit Preserves
We made this delicious jam with peaches, but you can also substitute unpeeled plums or nectarines.
Recipe: Stone Fruit Preserves
Try it with sweet potato biscuits, blueberry pancakes, or praline ice cream.
Recipe: Nectarine-Ginger Preserves
"Spices! In jam! This was the jam that made me realize how good homemade preserves could be--and I'm pretty sure it landed me my book deal. You can use any kind of plums. Tart, even under-ripe, plums too puckery to eat out of hand make especially good jams."-Liana Krissoff
Recipe: Cardamom-Plum Jam
Recipe from Liana Krissoff, author of Canning for a New Generation.
Keep this jam in the refrigerator up to 1 month.
Recipe: Strawberry-Orange Jam
Bacon-and-Sweet Onion Jam
Black and Blue Jam
Make your biscuits even better with this delectable homemade jam. Keep it in the refrigerator up to 1 month.
Recipe: Black and Blue Jam
Recipe: Tomato-Peach Preserves
These salty-sweet preserves pair perfectly with goat cheese crostinis.
Try it with smoked turkey, pulled pork, fried green tomatoes, or warm baked Brie.
Recipe: Balsamic-Plum Preserves
Try this sweet and spicy jam with coconut fried shrimp, chicken quesadillas, or a ham and fontina panini.
Recipe: Peach-Pepper Preserves
Double Berry Freezer Jam
Recipe: Double Berry Freezer Jam
Fresh strawberries and blueberries team up for this clever (and tasty!) no-cook freezer jam.