French Apple Jam Recipe

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Do you have a lot of apples that have been picked from trees in your area? These will last for a while in your refrigerator, but should be used as soon as possible. This means finding ways to use apples in new and interesting ways. A great idea is to make a batch of french apple jam.

The best type of apples to use to make french apple jam will be honeycrisp or Granny Smith. These are an apple that has a sweet flavor that is perfect for a homemade jam. The best thing is you will not need extra pectin as a thickener.

Various spices can be added to a french apple jam for flavor. If you do not have the exact spice that the recipe calls for, then a good go-to option is cinnamon or all-spice. The jam you make should be used in about a month unless process in a canning bath.

Instructions to make your own french apple jam at home are on here…

French Apple Jam Recipe

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