Homemade Strawberry Jelly

Are your grocery stores having incredible sales on strawberries like mine are?  Buy a lot and whip up some freezer jam.  Before I moved my friend Renee invited me over every year to make freezer jam (you know how I love crafting in groups! so fun to get together and be productive!).  Well this year I had to go at it on my own.  It tastes yummy but I should have measured my strawberries because it didn’t set up completely, only partly.  But I’m okay with it being a little runny because it’s OH sO Good!!  You can see my homemade bread being baked in my bread machine – warm bread smeared in fresh strawberry jam – - yes, stop drooling and go make some – it’s not hard to do (follow the recipe inside the SureJell Box).  And don’t forget your helpers…
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Comments

  1. says

    Yum! I need to buy a food processor :)
    The bread i can do…..Oh i am hungry LOL
    I can’t wait to see what you do with the scrap fabrics!!! They are so gorgeous.
    Happy new Friend Friday, i really wanted to look at your blog :)
    I am following and would love if you follow me back!
    Frenchy

  2. says

    I love freezer jam!! I have a couple of really great bread recipes on my blog. Just click on the recipes label and you will find them. Thanks for joining Messy Monday! I can’t wait to see what you link up next week. :)

  3. says

    Jam parties. Fun times! Strawberries haven’t hit our stores yet. I’m waiting!! Although in a pinch, frozen strawberries work nicely. We made a batch in February, and it was fun. A taste of spring in the mid-winter.

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