• Raw strawberry jam

    Raw strawberry jam

    A no-cook strawberry jam you can prepare in 15 minutes. No need to slave over a hot stove, simply combine, leave to thicken, stir and savour

  • Cinnamon-scented plum jam

    Cinnamon-scented plum jam

    This delicately spiced jam is a gorgeous way to preserve the taste of autumn fruits – delicious spread on hot buttered toast or teacakes

  • Gooseberry & elderflower jam

    Gooseberry & elderflower jam

    Preserve the taste of the season and use up a glut of gooseberries and elderflower cordial to make this simple, sweet spread

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  • Rhubarb & ginger jam

    Rhubarb & ginger jam

    This delicious jam is a perfect late winter pick-me-up combining seasonal forced rhubarb with health-boosting ginger

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  • Gooseberry jam

    Gooseberry jam

    Use up a seasonal glut of fruit in a tasty homemade preserve – store it for months or present it as a gift in a rustic hamper

  • Dried apricot jam

    Dried apricot jam

    A delicious preserve made from storecupboard dried fruit- serve with hot buttered toast or present as a gift

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  • Really fruity strawberry jam

    Really fruity strawberry jam

    This is a syrupy, soft-set jam with juicy strawberry chunks. Perfect for topping cakes, scones, and thick slices of hot toast

  • Summer fruits jam

    Summer fruits jam

    This delicious microwave jam from Good Food reader Karen Rowe couldn’t be easier to make, and it’s perfect served with freshly baked scones

  • Winter spice jelly

    Winter spice jelly

    This spiced jam can be stored to eat with meat or cheese or presented as a homemade gift

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