Jam! Jam! Jam! It may seem like I just shared a jam recipe. Which is totally correct! But this Peach Raspberry Jam is my newest flavor and I think it just may be my most favorite! I think that making jam is really easy, it just takes a little time. I cooked this up one night after dinner. It took about an hour. The step that takes the longest is preparing your fruit puree.
I had bought a big box of Utah peaches a few weeks ago, and after my mom and I spent a day bottling a bunch, I still had some peaches left.
Last year I made jam with my left over peaches too. You can see that recipe and the entire jam making process here.
I wanted to add some raspberries to the mix this year and luckily they were on sale! I like raspberry jam but HATE all the seeds. So I bought a wire strainer like this one, added a handful of raspberries to it and using the back of a spoon, squished my berries (make sure you do this over a bowl to save your fruit puree for your jam) until all that was left in the strainer was a little of the flesh and about 99% of the seeds, which I threw in the trash.
You will need 6 cups of fruit puree for this recipe. I used 3 cups of raspberry and 3 cups of peach.
You can download this Peach Raspberry Jam recipe using the download below.
I sure hope you give this flavor combo a try. It really is delicious!
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Love jam like me? Try this Strawberry Jam.
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