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November 28, 2023
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November 28, 2023

How to Can Cherry Jam

November 28, 2023

How to Can Cherry Jam

November 28, 2023

How to Can Cherry Jam

Made from simple ingredients and one surprise addition, it’s super easy to can cherry jam! Plus, this method uses no pectin, opting instead to create the jam’s texture through a natural thickening processing!

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– 4 1/2 lb pitted cherries
– 3 cups sugar
– 1 tbsp lemon juice
– 2 tbsp Kirsch


– Have all the canning equipment, sterilized jars, lids, and rings ready before beginning the canning process.

– In a large heavy-bottomed jam pan or Dutch oven, combine the cherries, sugar, lemon juice, and Kirsch. Bring to a boil, about 5 minutes. Continue to boil until the mixture reaches a rolling boil, meaning a boil that cannot be stirred down.

– Remove from the heat and strain the juice from the cherries. Set the cherries aside and return the juice to a boil. Continue to boil until the juice reaches 221°F, 8-12 minutes. It can take longer one would think. Add the cherries back to the juice. If a finer texture is desired, use an immersion blender to achieve the target consistency.

– Return the jam to a boil just to heat the cherries.

– Remove from the heat and divide into prepared jars. Wipe the rims with a clean cloth and top with lids and rings.

– Process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Adjust for altitude using the USDA canning guide.
Remove from the water bath onto a cooling rack. Allow to cool for at least 8 hours before removing the rings to store.

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  1. Love it! I am making some tomorrow for an intensive advanced cheese-making course I am assistant in on Saturday. There is always a tase sampling buffet at the end.
    Doug from down under (Australia)

  2. Awesome 👏🏻 I thought I am the only one making jam without Pectin 😜

  3. Randa Marsh says:

    Ding ding pop ! Gorgeous ham, great recipe ❤️

  4. Brian F says:

    You did it differently before but ok I’ll try it. However, I will add some brandy!

  5. I just followed your instructions for this sour cherry jam. Spot on. It thickened nicely and is fruity with a delicious flavor not too sweet.

  6. Making with sweet cherries today , cant wait to go sour cherry picking.

  7. Gwen B says:

    I love cherry jam but I just don't have the patience to pit the cherries so I use frozen.

  8. Thanks for these canning videos.

  9. Im obsessed with your channel!!! Scrolling through your older vids and have been attempting all your jam recipes 😊 keep up the great work!

  10. Might go back tomorrow to pick some more.
    Fix fruit farm , Hudson New York

  11. Is it ok to let it cool then reheat when ready to jar and can? Just picked and pitted sour cherries but forgot i had to do an errand.

  12. Joyce Panelo says:

    When I submerge the jars in the water. There's water In it..any suggestions,? Ty

  13. Wondering if you've tried making Tomato Jam/Preserves. I would love a good recipe for it. My mother used to make it when we were little. She has passed and no one got/has her recipe. Thank You.

  14. Kaleb, made your cherry jam recipe today and it was fabulous! Did not have Kirsch so added almond extract flavoring. This recipe is a keeper to add to my jam canning recipes. I need that jam pan. Can you let me know the brand?

  15. You are an amazing guy ❤️thank you ! I bought 8 lbs of cherries , pitted and freeze them . I will be eating frozen cherries in the winter and will make jam your recipe . Greetings from Chicago . I have been following you for years . God bless you !

  16. S R says:

    My Dad, was a fruit buyer. . And the cherries arrive fast and furious. My Mom, canned, .. the sour and sweet cherries exactly like you have ,Wyse. My Mom, was pie she had vested interest in storing, freezing an canning for her restaurant. Great video, and the cherries are very odd product, ..I agree.. to make preserves, or jam.. it does take practice.. I flip them for a minute after the hot bath. Great Instructions , Wyse 🙂

  17. Kelly F says:

    Love your jams! You are a wonderful teacher!

  18. On top of waffles with some whipped cream…… oh my!

  19. Carly Lee says:

    What is the plant by your sink?

  20. Mary Mauldin says:

    I really have to try this.

  21. I made your Blueberry jam yesterday. Came out wonderful!

  22. Snap Shot says:

    Yay!! Love your canning videos. Do you make homemade nut butter? Love to see that. Plus, any advise on how you keep your lovely kitchen so clean? Thanks for sharing and I recommended your YouTube channel to my sister. 😃👍

  23. Lisa Walsh says:

    I would love to see a canning video exploring different ways. I only say this because I remember as a kid my grandmother canned some things with a wax seal. I just love your videos and figured your mom might remember this way of canning.

  24. Delightful … you are charming and yet informative. Keep the videos coming .

  25. Diane P says:

    You're awesome..made mine

  26. itsy bitsy says:

    I love your channel, gonna make this tomorrow, I made your Blueberry Pie, it was so awesome ! Thanks for sharing @❤

  27. Judy Cee says:

    I canned some strawberry jam in the middle 80s. Just finished the last jar during the pandemic. Yeah the color wasn't great and it was perhaps beyond peak flavor, but was still fine. I joked with my son that it was 10 years older than him! 😂

  28. high54me says:

    I really want to try this!

  29. My grandma use to put wax on top of her jelly to preserve it. Is that save?

  30. I love anything cherry!!! You make THE best videos!!

  31. That leftover jam would be awesome on top of vanilla ice cream!!!

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