Strawberry Peach Freezer Jam Recipe

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I have slowly become a fan of jam making over the years. I never really used to make much if any at all. However after making the homemade raspbery jam and homemade strawberry freezer jam recipe, I now enjoy the process more these days. A few weeks back, I ran into this strawberry peach jam recipe on Pinterest.

There are a few things I love about this particular recipe. For starters, it is a mixture of two fruits and does not require any cooking. You should be very careful though, and try to use only firm ripe fruit. Also the jars you store the jam in must be clean and do not go overboard using more pectin than is needed.

Photo credit: chef-in-training.com
Photo credit: chef-in-training.com
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh strawberries
  • peaches
  • lemon juice
  • pectin
  • sugar
  • corn syrup
  • freezable glass jars
  • potato masher
  • chopping board
  • sharp knife
  • large bowls

Make sure your containers are clean and dry before you get started. Use the potato masher to crush strawberries after you wash them. The peaches will be washed pitted and then chopped into chunks on a cutting board using a sharp knife. Your fresh fruit goes into one bowl, whilst the sugar goes into a separate one.

The pectin is mixed into the fruit until it dissovles, followed by corn syrup. The sugar then is folded into the fruit mixture before you fill your jars up to half an inch below the rim. Initially allow 24 hours to set at room temperature. You can then either store the jam in the fridge for up to 21 days or in your freezer for up to 12 months.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Chef In Training blog, here…

Strawberry Peach Jam Recipe

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