Strawberry Freezer Jam
Strawberry freezer jam is perfect for those who want the taste of strawberry jam without the bit of extra work that comes with regular jam making.
This is a perfect jam recipe for those who want a small batch of jam.
The recipe only uses one quart of berries.
Of course it can be multiplied if you want a larger amount.
Ladle quickly into sterilized glasses. Cover the jam with tight lids. Let stand until set (about 24 hours). Store in the freezer.
This recipe will make about 3 to 4 jars of jam, depending on the size of your jars.
If you like this strawberry freezer jam recipe you may also love our classic recipe for strawberry jam. You will find that here.
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Just make sure you are cooking it in a pot that is large enough so the boiling jam won't spill over.
The strawberries you use in this recipe should be quite ripe, but not overripe. Just make sure they are as fully flavored as possible.
Freezer jam has a bit of a different texture and flavor than regular jam. It tends to taste more like the fresh fruit it is made from.
Personally, I like both versions. Either way, you just can't beat homemade strawberry jam.
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