Wilds Strawberries in bowl



I had the good fortune of picking up 8 lb. flats of strawberries for just $5.00 each (I know! Can you believe it?!), so I tried a new product for easy freezer jam. It was SO EASY, you’d almost have to call it “Freezer Jam for Dummies.” I’m not opposed to dumbing down kitchen tasks if the results don’t disappoint!  Cornaby’s Jam in a Jiffy is well-named, and delivers great results! Simply mash and measure your choice of fruit, and combine with one bag of Jam in a Jiffy. Stir. Then pour into jars. I told you it was easy! Freezer jam is a snap with a box of MCP too, but I may never go back to measuring sugar for freezer jam again. I love the speed of this product, so I had to post about it.

Here are a few more details on Cornaby’s Jam in a Jiffy:
Just add dry mix to 2 lbs. of crushed fruit and stir.
Let sit for 1 minute, stir again, and it’s ready to freeze.
Jam in a Jiffy is a low-sugar mix and works well with any variety of fresh or frozen soft fruit.
Gluten free.
18 oz. bag Yield: approx. 6 cups of jam.

You may also be interested in Cornaby’s Ultra Gel, which instantly thickens hot or cold liquids, and remains stable when refrigerated, frozen or canned. I love this product compared to “clear jel” because recipes, conversions, and usage instructions are right on the bags (see below).

Cornaby's Ultra Gel

 

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One Comment to “Can freezer jam be any easier? Yes!”

  1. Tammy says:

    Mmm! My neighbor just brought me some freezer jam and I was thinking I needed to make that bread you posted on Facebook to go with it…now I’m thinking that’s probably why you were thinking about making bread too.

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