{recipe of the week} no cook strawberry freezer jam

My good friend Leah shared this freezer jam with me over Facebook last week.  Oh, you don't have to cook anything over the stove? AND you get to use your food processor to speed up the process?  I'm in.  This recipe is super easy and delicious.   It is in batches of 2 8oz. half pints.




First.  Clean and destem strawberries.



Crush strawberries in a food processor.  You will need 1 2/3 cups of crushed strawberries.


1.Stir 2/3 cup sugar and 2 Tbl. real fruit instant pectin in a bowl. Add fruit, stir 3 min.


 Ladle jam into clean jars or even plastic containers. Let sit 30 min. Enjoy immediately, refrigerate up to 3 weeks or freeze up to one year. When filling jars, leave 1/2 inch headspace to allow food expansion during freezing.



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sixteen sunbuckles: {recipe of the week} no cook strawberry freezer jam

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

{recipe of the week} no cook strawberry freezer jam

My good friend Leah shared this freezer jam with me over Facebook last week.  Oh, you don't have to cook anything over the stove? AND you get to use your food processor to speed up the process?  I'm in.  This recipe is super easy and delicious.   It is in batches of 2 8oz. half pints.




First.  Clean and destem strawberries.



Crush strawberries in a food processor.  You will need 1 2/3 cups of crushed strawberries.


1.Stir 2/3 cup sugar and 2 Tbl. real fruit instant pectin in a bowl. Add fruit, stir 3 min.


 Ladle jam into clean jars or even plastic containers. Let sit 30 min. Enjoy immediately, refrigerate up to 3 weeks or freeze up to one year. When filling jars, leave 1/2 inch headspace to allow food expansion during freezing.



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1 Comments:

Blogger Andrea said...

Great recipe and cute labels - thanks!

August 7, 2013 at 8:18 AM  

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