Thursday, October 7, 2010

gOTTa try this Carmel Apple Jam

I found this new recipe for a Carmel Apple Jam.  It sounded good, so I thought I would give it a try.  (I still have lots of apples to work with.) And I have to tell you; 
It taste sooooo good! 
I've been putting it on toast while Ott, E has been putting some in his oatmeal each morning.  It's very easy to make and of course I canned it. (10 minutes using the hot water method.)

Here's the recipe for how I made it on a recipe card which you can print out and use.
Or, if you don't want to stand over a hot stove and you own a Ball FreshTech Jam & Jelly Maker... here's how I adapted the recipe to do just that.  Click here!   

15 comments:

Lana said...

Looks Yum! I have the last of our apples off the tree and in the garage, but I need to do something with them soon!!!!

Candles by Nature said...

MMM...that sounds so good. I'm hoping to venture into canning next year, so perhaps I'll try this out!

Katie said...

My son just told me caramel and apples together are a favorite of his. It sounds fabulous. I'm going to share this recipe with my grandma who provides me with a year round supply of jam! She'll read your blog...but never comment. :) Thanks for sharing.
Katie

KatiePerk said...

Oh wow. This sounds amazing. About how many apples is 6 cups? Just need a close enough number!! I want to make this STAT!

Jocelyn said...

That sounds really good!!!

MILLIE said...

Yum! I haven't had time to make my usual quota of jam. This looks delicious. Sounds like a better choice than cinnamon toast. Thanks for sharing.

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

So exited for Apple season! Love your blog!
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YUM!!

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Heather @ 3 kids and lots of pigs said...

I must admit I am not much of an apple friend except for just eating an apple, but I love to dip them in carmel dip and this recipe sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing.

Margaret Almon said...

If I hadn't just used up my bag of apples to make a cardomom apple cake and an apple betty, this would've been next on my list!

Nesty Girl said...

Hi There!

That looks absolutely delightful! Yum!!

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Joy Burkhart said...

Howdy!
Thanks so much for sharing this wonderfully delicious sounding recipe! I've pinned it, and printed it out to use this fall!!!
Umm...can hardly wait!
xoxo
Joy

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Judy Vineyard said...

don't see a print button for the apple cinnamon jam

alex said...

nice post