3 Ingredient Jams
This week we created simple 3 Ingredient Jams using fresh Fruit, Agave Nectar and Chia Seeds. Now while they are not processed jams, they are delicious and are lower in calories than store bought.
Jams will last for about 3 weeks in the refrigerator. If planning on storing for longer, please review “bath canning” directions for sealing the jars.
Each of these recipes makes a half pint (8 ounce) jar. Grab a couple of 4 ounce jars and share with a friend.
Sherry Compton says
Glad to hear that strawberries and blackberries work, too. Homemade jam is so delicious. Grab a biscuit, slather on the jam, and you have a wonderful addition to a meal, breakfast, or a snack. It’s great that these don’t have a lot of ingredients!
I love the sound of the flavors you have here. Sometimes its hard to know what to do when you have a big box of ripe plums, and jam is always great to have around! Have you tried this method with berries?
Grapes, blackberries and strawberries work well too.
Kim Davis says
Do you water bathe these or do you buy them this way? I make a lot of jams and jellies how does it set up?
I don’t because I am only making 1 jar (8 ounces) and it tends to go pretty quickly. If I were making larger batches, yes I would use a water bath to seal the jars. Since these are not cooked, they tend to break down in a couple of weeks.