Wicked Easy Raspberry Jam
People everywhere make things more complicated than they need to be, especially raspberry jam! A delicious raspberry jam is easy to make. Just like our apple jam was easy to make, you’ll be able to whip up this easy raspberry jam recipe in no time! Forget the complex recipes with a whole mess of ingredients, all you need for this raspberry jam is three ingredients!
Easy Raspberry Jam
We’ll be using fresh raspberries and sugar as our main ingredients. Optionally, you can add a quick squeeze of fresh lemon juice to help enhance the flavor, but it’s totally not needed if you don’t have any on hand. Nevertheless, this 2 ingredient raspberry jam recipe is simple – well 3 ingredient raspberry jam recipe if you do include the optional lemon juice.
Spread this jam on toast, bagels or even put it in cupcakes! The uses for this jam are endless! From breakfast to dessert, you’ll find this raspberry jam is universal and a match for whatever you’re making!
2 Ingredient Raspberry Jam Recipe
Making this raspberry jam is so easy. You’re going to use fresh raspberries and sugar, bringing the raspberries to a boil first and then adding the sugar. Bring that to a boil and it’s nearly done. Really!
You can multiply this recipe if you want to make larger batches. I would suggest going up to 4 cups of raspberries and 4 cups of sugar. With a batch larger than that it may get a little tricky. Keep it simple!
Don’t forget your Ball Mason Jars!
Simple Raspberry Jam Recipe
5 minPrep Time
6 minCook Time
11 minTotal Time
- Mash raspberries in a bowl
- Add raspberries to pot; bring to boil
- Optional: add 1/8 tsp lemon juice
- Boil raspberries for 2 minutes stirring occasionally
- Add sugar; stir while returning to boil
- Boil additional 2 minutes; stirring frequently
- Remove from heat
- Stir for 2 minutes while off heat
- Pour into jars or containers for storage
Store in refrigerator for up to two weeks in a sealed container. For canning, use proper sterilization procedure and technique.
What will you put this raspberry jam on?