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Easy, Delicious Triple Berry Jam [Recipe]

Do you have fruit at home going bad? Lately, we should save our money and our food, and making this triple berry jam may be the best way.

Making Triple Berry Jam Was Never This Easy

There is no need to be scared; making this jam won’t take long hours and endless effort. Instead, you simply need the fruit, sugar, and citric acid.

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How does this triple berry jam work?

First, pick out the strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. It’s better to choose the ones that are already mushy and about to turn bad.

Second, you choose your sugar. Regular granulated sugar is the best one because it is fine and will dissolve completely.

Now, you’re ready to add flavor. This part requires you to leave the berries mixed with sugar overnight, which gives them enough time to infuse the sugar.  

Time for cooking!

Cooking the berries over medium heat and stirring frequently will make the jam set, but be careful with the foam that rises.

Bring on the sour!

This recipe calls for citric acid, but you can use lemon juice, tartaric acid, or white distilled vinegar for a similar flavor.

The acid should only be added once the berry mix is boiling. Add salt to taste if you want, and simmer.

Finally, the storing process

For an in-depth, step-by-step walk through of the proper canning process, check out this article here and know that you’ve created the best jam possible.

There is no more need to let your berries go to waste! This triple berry jam is a great breakfast treat or a tasty snack.

Mouthwatering Triple Berry Jam

Recipe by Gillian LightmanCourse: jam

4-5 (11oz jars)



  • 1 cup (128 grams) strawberries

  • 1 cup (128 grams) raspberries

  • 2 cups (256 grams) blueberries

  • 4 cups (512 grams) sugar

  • 1 tsp citric acid


  • Mix the berries then add sugar. Set aside for several hours or overnight.
  • Over medium heat, bring the fruit and sugar to a boil.
  • Stir frequently and remove any foam that comes up on the surface.
  • Let it boil until the jam sets. Add the citric acid and salt, then stir.
  • Let it simmer for 2-3 more minutes, then gently ladle into hot jars.
  • Flip jar upside down or process in boiling water for atleast 10 minutes.