Simple Healthy Treats

2 Ingredient, 2 Step Strawberry Jam

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May 12, 2017
1 Review (5.00 out of 5)
Honey sweetened strawberry jamHoney sweetened strawberry jam
Serves 6
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Strawberry season is upon us! This jam is so easy, just chop up some strawberries and simmer them till they thicken and add just enough honey to enhance the fresh strawberry flavor.


  • 2 Cups
    Washed and chopped fresh strawberries
  • 1/4 Cup
    Local honey


  1. Assemble your ingredients.

    2 step, 2 ingredients strawberry jam.
  2. Throw the chopped strawberries and the honey into a pan and cook on simmer for about 45 minutes till thick, stirring occasionally.

    Simple to make strawberry jam.
  3. Pour into a 1/2 pint mason jar and let cool.*

    *give it a taste while it's still warm and if you'd like it a little sweeter you can add more honey while it's warm and it will mix in nicely. After it's cool it wont mix in as well.

    Honey sweetened strawberry jam
  4. Picking strawberries with someone you love and sink your teeth into a just picked, sweetened from the sun, cool from the morning dew strawberry. Wow! There's nothing like it.

    Find a place like A & M Farm where they have plenty of strawberries, a good system for picking and weighing your bounty, an a pleasant picking experience.

    Here is the link to A & M Farm:

Nutrition: All berries are super foods and strawberries are no exception. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and are especially high in the antioxidants known as polyphenols. In fact, they are among the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity! Eat them fresh, dipped in chocolate, or whipped up into this amazingly simple strawberry jam. Store in freezer if you're not going to eat in in a week or so.

1 review for 2 Ingredient, 2 Step Strawberry Jam

  1. Irene



  2. Irene


    This is so good and so easy!

    • Beth Robeson


      I know, I just love this recipe! Most jam is primarily flavored sugar water not fruit. The big strawberry flavor is so lovely. With less sugar it doesn’t keep as long. But I either use it in a week or two or put it in the freezer. It thaws quickly in the micro wave. I’m going strawberry picking with my kids and a good friend this weekend so I’ll make enough to freeze for the cold dark days of February. There’s nothing like a cream cheese bagel with fresh strawberry jam on a cold winter day.

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