Blackberry Jam

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A classic sweet yet slightly tart blackberry very fruity jam that tastes like pie! A true taste of the summer, this Blackberry Jam is loaded with mouth-watering, vine-ripened, luscious blackberries. The rich flavor explodes in your mouth with the essence of a peak freshly-picked blackberry, a distinctive summer treat. The bright, tangy complexity brings the flavor of plump orchard-picked berries to your table. These early-season blackberries have a deep and intense flavor. The farmers who grow these blackberries call them "the jammer's delight" because of their great balance between sweet and tart. This jam features a wonderful wild foresty blackberry flavor.

We love this jam in Greek yogurt and on pancakes and with almond butter! Pairs wonderfully with vanilla ice cream, plain yogurt, or a croissant. For savory pairings, try it with goat cheese, especially Humboldt Fog.

Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free, Cholesterol Free, and Sodium Free

Pairs well with Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Zinfandel, Rosé, Merlot, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Muscat, Tempranillo, Champagne, and Italian sweet sparkling

Suggestions for Uses

  • Blend it into homemade milkshakes.

  • Put it in ice cream

  • Make your own pop tarts.

  • Make a sweet and savory glaze for pork or chicken

  • Stuffed French toast

  • Add it to a grilled cheese.

  • Amazing when spread over warm toast and croissants

  • Spooned over pancakes

  • Make thumbprint cookies

  • Spread in layer cakes

  • Mix in overnight oats

  • Swirl in yogurt

  • Top a cheesecake

  • Add into white chocolate mousse

  • Cover a chocolate cake

  • Make blackberry jam bars

  • Fill muffins and cupcakes

  • Fill Victoria sponge cakes

  • Fill fruit bars

  • Spread on crumpets

  • Filled in pop tarts

  • Use in jelly rolls

  • Use in trifles

  • Fill pastries

  • Ice cream topping

  • Mixed in Greek yogurt

  • Filling for crepes

  • Flavor cake frostings

  • Use in Linzer Kekse

  • Cornbread, or put it in the cornbread batter itself

  • The sweet/salty combination would taste amazing on top of Brown-Rice Porridge