No-Sweat Fresh Blueberry Jam

 

Doesn't get any better than this....and no sweat...

Let me say up front….I’m not a jam or jelly maker. Sure, I enjoy cooking and occasionally baking, but the standing and stirring and pectin and water baths and  boiling of  jars…just, no, ok? So this recipe I can present to you as something that is guaranteed easy, guaranteed no-sweat and even the pickiest jam lover will think you’re a genius. 

Two ingredients...that's it...

The ingredients: 

1. one pint of fresh, washed blueberries  

2. one jar Bonne Maman Wild Blueberry Preserves. That’s it.  

Mix the preserves with the berries, stir, put it in a pretty bowl, Grab the butter the biscuitsand hey, it’s time for breakfast on the back porch….you’re done.  

Add a warm biscuit...it's blueberry heaven....

 

You’re now in blueberry heaven. Seriously, this is so good, with a few variations it could even be a gourmet fruit topping for ice cream…almost like a compote. Add a little brandy or liquer that you like, maybe a squeeze of lemon, warm slightly(not too much or you’ll pop the berries and the freshness is gone), top with a few more blueberries and a sprig of fresh green mint….gourmet dessert. Enjoy, my fellow shortcut lovers. And let me know if you have other simple things you do to make something special out of a couple of simple ingredients….I’ll share with everyone. 

 

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4 Responses

  1. Donna,
    It sounds wonderful! Where do you get the Bonne Maman Wild Blueberry preserves?

    Love your blog!

  2. Hi Donna, that sure does sound and look completely delish! The only easy recipe I have is crock pot meatballs (appetizer size). Take your favorite brand of little frozen meatballs, add a jar of your favorite BBQ sauce and a jar of grape jelly, turn on the crock pot and voila! Sweet and sour meatballs!

    Love the blog and can’t wait to try that super-easy blueberry jam!

  3. You can get Bonne Maman at any supermarket…it’s the one with the red and white checked top…..

  4. Bonne Maman Wild Blueberry Preserves…

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