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EASIEST Homemade Raspberry Jam Recipe | Small Batch Recipe!

December 9, 2023

EASIEST Homemade Raspberry Jam Recipe | Small Batch Recipe!

December 9, 2023

EASIEST Homemade Raspberry Jam Recipe | Small Batch Recipe!

My raspberry jam recipe means you can quickly and easily enjoy fresh homemade raspberry jam without having to make 30 jars at once! Instead, this jam recipe makes two small jars worth – or one big jar! This is a great way to use up any fruit that’s going out of date, and I love to make this jam when I find berries on special offer in the supermarket!

I’ve decided to show you my small batch method of making jam with this raspberry jam, but you can substitute the raspberries for any other fruit or berries!

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I work on a 4:3 ratio of fruit to sugar. I used 400 grams of raspberries, so this calls for 300 grams of sugar. To work this out easily, simply divide the weight of your fruit by 4, then multiply by 3. This will give you the weight of sugar required!

For the lemon juice, the ratio is for every 100 grams of fruit, you need 1/2 tbsp. lemon juice. For 400 grams of raspberries, I used 2 tbsp. lemon juice.


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Check the ratios above if you want to make more or less jam! For 580ml jam, you’ll need:

400 grams berries or fruit (I’m using raspberries!)
2-3 tbsp. vinegar
300 grams sugar
2 tbsp. lemon juice


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0:00 – What You’ll Know at the End of This Video!
0:26 – Preheat Oven, Wash Berries & Sterilize Jars
1:17 – Dry Your Berries
1:38 – Fruit to Sugar Ratios – Everything You Need to Know!
2:16 – Lemon Juice to Fruit Ratios
2:48 – Cooking the Jam
3:24 – Testing The Readiness of the Jam
3:45 – Pour Your Jam into the Jars
4:07 – Storage
4:25 – Need Another Recipe? Try These!

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  1. @nOTICEtHIS1 says:

    This is so much less intimidating than traditional jam methods! I have limited pantry storage at home and this is perfect to make just enough😍 I also love the tip about using up fruit in the fridge that is nearing its end! I am embarassingly famous for not getting through all my produce before it turns and love any recipes that help reduce food waste! I loved your quick pickling episode for the same reason! Thank you! 🙌

  2. Can I use frozen fruit??? thx

  3. just started jam business from home i follow your recipie but in larger quality

  4. For those using Imperial measurements, 400 grams is approximately equal to 1.69 cups; 300 grams is approximately equal to 1.26 cups.

  5. I have made jams in the past but lost my recipes & fancied making some jam despite being 70 & having alzheimers. I love this video & like the idea of slightly less sugar although I realise the sugar is the preservative. I doubled this recipe & made four jars. I have also tasted it & it is lovely. Well recommended. sending love

  6. Hi, thinking of using this recipe for raspberry but just a bit confused. '2-3 tbsp. vinegar' are recorded in the written ingredients but no mention of this in the video. wonder if you could clarify. thanks

  7. @agness7798 says:

    Thank you for the recipe and the very helpful ratios! Just a question on jarring: so in your method you will not need to boil the filled jars to get them sealed for pantry storage? Will the lids of the traditional mason jars be sectioned in during cooling off time? Thank you.

  8. Subscribes done here in Winnipeg ,Canada ❤🇨🇦

  9. Really easy to make recipe! Especially because she gives the fruit to sugar ratio and the amount of lemon juice required per 100g. Yummy too ♥️

  10. @leescooking says:

    nice, that's how I sterilize as well. Great video.

  11. Amazing and informative! Great job!

  12. I've never made my own jam but I really should, especially knowing that this only makes a small amount! I hate those recipes that show how to make a butt load 'cause I don't need it! Love the colour and it must taste totally delicious, gotta do this next time I get fresh berries! why buy jarred jam when this is so fresh and not processed!

  13. Knowledge-wise,…you are top notch! This video,…pretty much the same! Tell Mr. Editor I said hello!

  14. Merci pour cette délicieuse recette et à bientôt mon ami😋😋😍😍👍👍19

  15. I love jamm yours looks delicious ❤

  16. I love jamm yours looks delicious ❤

  17. I'm so excited about the berries I'm going to be buying in Britain this summer… we discovered some great farms in Herefordshire where we can stop and get the most glorious berries!
    P.S. I lied… THIS was my last comment! LOL

  18. Sorry, more questions! I've never seen a jam recipe without pectin!!! So fascinated! And in my sugar video I found that in Britain there is sugar with pectin… can I use that with your recipe?

  19. OK, please tell me about those jam jars… I've never seen them before! The lids and seals are so different!

  20. I ADORE raspberry jam! That thumbnail really stopped me in my tracks! I used to make freezer jam with loganberries (seriously, the BEST berries! but they are impossible to find these days). I always made a low sugar version with less fruit than the standard recipe.

  21. Hello my friend 🙋🤝🙋🇨🇭
    Beautiful video👍😋👍 Tank you for charging

  22. Looks wonderful! I love canning jellies, jams and preserves. 😊

  23. Homemade raspberry jam sound so tasty. Thank you!

  24. I love raspberry jam! And this is wonderful it’s a small batch just perfect! Thank you so much can’t wait to try this one! ❤️🐱

  25. I really love jam, I will try this

  26. Well there's the jam.
    Where's the Scones?
    That's probably the easiest jam recipe I've seen to date. The jam looks absolutely delicious.
    Small batching is great, I know that as a bourbon drinker.
    Great Tip for keeping the fruit for longer in the fridge 👍
    Thanks and cheers Daniella 🤤😀

  27. This sounds like a perfect method! Love that you were able to cut down on the volume of sugar in this. That's a great trick about the store-bought lemon juice as well! Thank you for this Dani!

  28. @Maplecook says:

    My mom use to do this every year!!! (But yeah, she made 20 jars at once. lol)

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