Thanksgiving is almost here! Are you still looking for recipes to make on this special day? I have a great recipe to compliment turkey. Lately I ate chicken with this cranberry apple jam and it was very good.
But today I have another special gift for you! I made this cute Free Printable Jar Labels that you can certainly use it for any jar and any jam. I did not write the name of the jam for them because I would like you to use it also for Gooseberry Jam or any other jam. Whatever you prefer:) The link to download them is at the end of the post after recipe. So grab them today!
This cranberry apple jam is not very sweet. It is perfect for poultry for dinner but also for breakfast. My younger son loves this jam, he takes a bun, put some cream cheese on it and then this jam on top. This is one of the way to have this sweet-sour cranberry jam. Yummy!
However, there is another special thing about this cranberry apple jam. I will tell you right away. I really can’t miss it on Thanksgiving. For me personally this is a must. It is perfect to compliment turkey. Don’t you think so? It has to be always on my Thanksgiving table. How about you? Do you like cranberry jam or sauce? Could you simply forget about it Thanksgiving Day?
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Cranberry Apple Jam
- 1/2 cup water
- 12 oz cranberries 340 g
- juice from half of lemon
- 2 apples peeled and shredded
- 3/4 cup sugar
- Put all ingredients: water, cranberries, lemon juice, shredded apples and sugar into the medium sized pan.
- Cook on medium to low heat for 45 - 55 minutes. Mix often.
- Prepare two 10 oz. or 12 oz. jars and sterilize it with boiling water. Put hot jam in the jars and close tightly with the lid. This is all what I did.
- Store in refrigerator.
Download Link: Free Printable Jar Labels
That looks wonderful! Such a nice combination of fall flavors. Love the labels you made, too, they look very professional! I would certainly buy a jar 🙂
Thank you Baby June!
those labels are so cute!
Thank you so much!
Valya @ Valya's Taste of Home says
Wow! Looks amazing! Never tried this jam, sounds really good. 🙂
Thank you Valya! Yes this jam is good:)
Lindsey @ American Heritage Cooking
Yuuummmm! Your jam sounds awesome! Good idea to shred the apples instead of chopping. I’ll have to try that next time. And your labels are adorable! Who wouldn’t want to receive this as a gift? Pinned!
Thank you Lindsey for pinning!
Lemons For Lulu
I love the color of this jam! I bet it would be so good on warm buttered bread!
It will definitely be good on warm buttered bread:) Thank you Tanya!
This jam sounds glorious! I’m definitely adding it to my ‘must try’ list! Yum! 🙂
I know this is an older polst but I just found it. Looks delicious ! Does anyone know if you freeze it ?
Hello! I think you can freeze this jam but I would recommend canning. I hope that helps!
Just finished making this beautiful, wonderful, never live without it again jam. Did I mention it is Yummy ?
Thank you so much Lisa. Your comment made my day!