Daily Recipe - Raspberry, Honey & Lavender (Freezer) Jam

by Divine Domesticity on April 29th, 2008

Raspberry, Honey and Lavender Freezer Jam
Makes Five - 8 oz. Jars

4 cups raspberries
1/2 cup good quality honey (My kind had a bit of honeycomb still in it, yum)
1/2 cup sugar
5 oz. dried lavender (to rehydrate, see instructions above) or 1-2 Sprigs, fresh lavender
1 packet Fruit Jell - Freezer Jam Pectin
5 jam containers, ready to use (They sell specialty Freezer Jam Jars, I believe by the same manufacturer, with cute purple tops. Look here for example)

1. In a large bowl, crush raspberries until only small pieces remain and mixture is quite liquid. This may take a few minutes.

2. In a small bowl, mix Pectin and sugar together until incorporated. Add to mashed raspberries. Add honey (microwaving if necessary to get it thin enough to pour). Stir for 3 minutes. Add lavender and lightly stir.

3. Ladle into clean jam jars, leaving 1/2″ space at the top. Cap and let sit for 30 minutes. Store in your freezer until ready to use, or transfer to fridge and eat!

Jam keeps several weeks in the fridge or up to one year in the freezer.


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5 comments:

BOSSY said...

You just provided Bossy with her new craving. Now: shall Bossy be mad or grateful?

Ali said...

be happy! freezer jam is so easy to make. You are getting th best of both worlds:

Easy to make and
fresh fruit that doesn't have all the life cooked out of it. :)

Sadie said...

This looks so incredibly delectible I could melt. Now I'm cursing myself for not buying Lavender for my herb garden!! I'm saving this recipe right next to the pumpkin dip!

Leah said...

Oh my goodness, I see Nutella and I LOVE NUTELLA! Like died and gone to heaven love it. MMMMMMMM!

Justine said...

An excellent place to buy honey is from Holy Food Imports. They have varieties such as nazarene wildflower blossom honey which is native only to Israel... it really is an excellent honey