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June 2, 2017 Canning, Jams & Preserves

Pomona’s Pectin Jam Recipe Round Up

Pomonas_Universal_PectinIf you aren’t familiar, Pomona’s Pectin is a sugar-free, preservative-free, low-methoxyl citrus pectin that does not require sugar to jell. It enables you to make jams and jellies with little to no sugar, or by using alternative sweeteners such as honey. By reducing the sweetener you can make a healthier version of your preserves. For those of us that love to jam, but are trying to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet, Pomona’s is the way to go. To learn more about making low sugar or sugar-free jam with Pomona’s read this, or consider getting the book Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin.

We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite jam and jelly recipes that use Pomona’s.

Pomona’s Pectin Recipe Round-Up

Plum-Strawberry-Rosemary Jam

Strawberry Rhubarb Jam Pomona'sRecipeCollage1

Strawberry Vanilla Preserves

Strawberry Jam

Strawberry Prosecco Jelly

Low Sugar Strawberry Vanilla Jam

Blubarb Jam

Maple-Vanilla Peach Jam

Sweet Cherry Vanilla Jam

Pear-Cranberry Conserve with Almonds and Crystallized Ginger

Pear Vanilla Jam with Honey

Cranberry-Habanero Jelly

Sunrise Marmalade

Gingered Lemon-Fig Preserves

Amish Christmas Jam

Mulled Merry Merlot Jam

Chocolate Cherry Preserves

Lavender Vanilla Bean Strawberry Jam






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  1. Terry Atwood Posted October 13, 2019 at 1:02 pm | Permalink

    I was so excited purchasing and using Pomona pectin for all the jam and jelly canning that I do. And it’s true, I do a ton of jam canning. But I am experiencing a problem with the jam I make for our household. Gluten free and diabetes are major issues in this house hold. I take my berries (I use and pick our wild blackberries and wild black raspberries) and remove the seeds in order to make our ‘less’ sugar jams. They are great until we open one, then it starts to breakdown. In a matter of days, the jar is flooded in its own juices. What am I doing wrong? Or is this a normal process? I would love to hear from someone about this. Thank you.

    • Fillmore Container Posted October 17, 2019 at 2:59 pm | Permalink

      Hi Terry,

      We would encourage you to reach out directly to Pomona’s Pectin at You may even find an answer to your question here.