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This lovely jam does take a bit of time, but it’s very easy to make. The hardest part is smashing the berries. I love the sweetness of the jam from the strawberries, but then it’s slightly tart from the cranberries. The cranberry flavor if very subtle in the jam. You can give this jam as holiday/hostess gifts, use it on a PB&J sandwich, add it to some toast or even pour on top of cream cheese and serve with crackers at a holiday party. Just delicious!
I’m not sure where this recipe originally came from – I have tweaked it over the years and give it to my family and friends each year. It’s only 3 weeks until Christmas people!!!!!! Let’s get crack’n. My family loves homemade jam so I think I’ll jar up some of this lovely preserves and give it away as Christmas gifts. what do you all think? Would you enjoy getting homemade holiday jam as a present I know that I certainly would! I hope you enjoy.
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes.
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