Small Batch Refrigerator Strawberry Jam
When you have more strawberries than you know what to do with, you will want to give this small batch refrigerator strawberry jam recipe a go. This fresh strawberries jam recipe is perfect for making small, easy batches in less than an hour of active preparation time. The jam is delicious and sweet, great for just about anything. With this jam recipe, you can substitute in any fruit or combination of fruits that you like. You might try a strawberry peach or a strawberry-rhubarb combination.
This easy jam recipe can be stored in the refrigerator when done, and is perfect for putting on top of ice cream, slathering on toast or adding to a salad dressing recipe.
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The most flavorful of the strawberry varieties is the June-bearing strawberries. You don't want to rinse cut strawberries under water until you are ready to eat them as they will get mushy, and this will speed up spoiling. Strawberries are grown in every single state in the U.S. and Canadian province in North America. Strawberries can withstand a variety of different weather and growing conditions and will grow happily in most places around the world. Strawberries can be eaten in a variety of different ways to include fresh, dried, in jam recipes, drink recipes and in muesli bars.Thank you to Ashton for sharing this small batch refrigerator strawberry jam recipe on the "Something Swanky" site. This is just one of the fresh strawberries recipes you'll find on the site. Other recipes you will find include preserves and jams, bread, breakfast recipes, seasonal, cupcakes, dips, cookies and so much more. **
Nutrition Facts for: Small Batch Refrigerator Strawberry Jam from Something Swanky
Ingredients: Strawberries, lemon juice, corn starch, granulated sugar.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. * The entire recipe has been calculated for TWO-16 ounce jars. * Per Serving:Calories 704, Calories from Fat 13, Total Fat 1.4g 2%, Saturated Fat 0.3g 2%, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 11mg 0%, Potassium 598mg 17%, Carbohydrates 183.0g 61%, Dietary Fiber 7.4g 30%, Sugars 168.4g, Protein 2.7g, Vitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 382%, Calcium 6%, Iron 8%
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