Getting Crafty in the Kitchen: Five Tasty Canning Recipes

5. Blueberry Jam

blueberry jam

I think berries are the thing I’ll miss most about summer. If you’ve managed to snag some late-season blueberries, this simple, two-ingredient blueberry jam recipe from Martha Stewart will help stretch that seasonal fruit a bit longer.

Of course, there are ton of other fun ways to can that summer bounty. Just make sure you’re using safe canning practices. We’ll talk more about how to keep your canning safe, tomorrow.

[Image Credits: Mason Jars. Creative Commons photo by chiotsrun, Tomato Jam. Photo via Food in Jars, used with permission Pickled Watermelon Rind. Creative Commons photo by dorywithserifs, Lemon Pickle. Creative Commons photo by lenore-m, Pickled Okra. Creative Commons photo by sashafatcat, Blueberry Jam. Creative Commons photo by mistersmed]

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10 thoughts on “Getting Crafty in the Kitchen: Five Tasty Canning Recipes”

  1. This is my first time visiting — great site. I made pickled peppers, blackberry syrup, peach/blackberry jam — all kinds of wonderful stuff this summer. I agree, you can’t beat home-canned goods for Christmas gifts πŸ™‚

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  3. I was in desperate need for a tomato recipe, I’m going to give the tomato jam a try although I have never heard of it before. Thanks for the recipe tips!

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