A fellow blog reader asked me recently if the jam I made was baked in my bread machine. It was not, but it got me thinking about those that do like to use their bread machines for that purpose.
So, I searched around and found a few recipes to share with you.
The bread machine I used to own had a specific jam feature, but I never did try it out. Sadly, it died last year and I just haven't bothered to buy another one. We don't eat enough sweets or bread anymore to justify buying one. It was nice to stick outside on a hot day though and bake some dessert or bread.
Here are some recipes for you to try:
Bread machine jam
This jam needs to be stored in your freezer or fridge or in your belly! Not on a shelf.
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