Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam


Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam

One of the tastiest blackberry jam recipes you'll ever make!

Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam
Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam

Whip up this recipe for Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam after a day of berry picking with your friends and family. The slow cooker jam recipe calls for blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice. It only has two steps, making it super easy. If you don't prefer seeds from the berries, you can strain the jam once it has cooked. Place the finished homemade blackberry jam into jars. You can refrigerate them for up to two months. Give these jars of jam as gifts, or keep them to yourself.

Preparation Time10 min

Slow Cooker Time HIGH3 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW3 hr 30 min



  • 2 pints blackberries, rinsed
  • 3 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 2 cups sugar

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Lush, sun-kissed days of berry picking with your nearest and dearest deserve a sweet ending, and what better way to capture the essence of those ripe, plump blackberries than with a batch of Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam? Whether you're a seasoned jam maker or just dipping your toes into the world of homemade preserves, this slow cooker gem is your golden ticket to preserving those fleeting summer moments.

Gather around for this simple symphony of flavors requires only the juiciest blackberries, a sprinkle of sugar, and a zesty embrace of lemon juice. In just two effortless steps, you'll transform your berry haul into a velvety jar of liquid amethyst. The simiplicity of the jam allows the vibrant character of the blackberries to shine through, backed by the gentle chorus of sugar's sweetness and lemon's bright tang.

For those who prefer their jams without the gentle crunch of seeds, fear not. Our jam recipe gives you the power to tailor the texture to your liking. Once your concoction has slow-cooked to perfection, a quick will remove the seeds while preserving the essence of the fruit. It's all about customization, making this recipe not just a guide but an invitation to make it truly your own.

Gently ladle that liquid treasure into waiting jars. Those humble vessels are about to transform into vessels of joy, brimming with the essence of sunlit fields and laughter. Now comes the moment of choice. To share or not to share? That is the question. But let's face it – with a jam this exquisite, the answer may be harder than you think.

Are you feeling generous? Is there a special occasion on the horizon? These jars of homemade blackberry jam are more than mere condiments. They are gifts of your time, your care, and your ability to capture fleeting moments in a jar. Tie a ribbon around the lid, attach a heartfelt note, and you have a present that speaks volumes.

On the other hand, keeping these little jars of joy to yourself is a secret indulgence you won't soon forget. Picture it: a slice of fresh bread, toasted to perfection, ready to cradle a generous spoonful of your creation. Or perhaps a dollop stirred into a bowl of creamy yogurt, elevating your morning routine to a new level of bliss. Indulgence and self-care are entwined in every bite.

One more thing: let's talk practicality. This Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam isn't just a fleeting pleasure; it's a batch of summer encapsulated for up to two months. Store those jars of sunshine in your refrigerator, ready to be savored at your leisure. Every twist of the lid releases a burst of summer memories and the taste of carefree days.

So, whether you decide to share the love or bask in its solitary glory, this Three Ingredient Blackberry Jam is your ticket to joy. It's the embodiment of simplicity, a tribute to the season, and a delicious way to make memories last.

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Suppose I have raspberries and not blackberries? It would work the same, I assume. I am a HUGE FAN of seeded preserves and jams. SO I can skip the straining step altogether and save some time. I am amazed at how there are only 2 other ingredients in addition to the berries. And you can pretty much set it and forget it.


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