Cherry jam made in bread machine

California cherries are in season now! And that means making cherry jam in bread machine.

Cherry jam in bread machine -
Cherry jam in bread machine

As “America’s super fruit,” cherries offer the vital nutrition for a long and healthy life. One cup of cherries contains 90 calories with an ample supply of fiber, protein, and vitamin A and C, says the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

For my bread machine jam the recipe is very simple and straight forward.

You will need:

  • 2 cups of pitted cherries
  • 1,5 cups of sugar
  • 3 tbsp of pectin

I used jam function on my bread machine which took 1 hour and 5 min.

Cherry jam in bread machine
Cherry jam in bread machine

Below some great recipes how you can use cherry jam in baking:

Ricotta and Sour Cherry Jam Crostata


Oatmeal Jam Bar


13 Comments Add yours

  1. You sure use your bread machine for a lot of things!

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    1. Bread machine is very versatile 🙂

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  2. Not only are your photos beautiful I had NO IDEA that you can make JAM in a BREAD MACHINE???

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    1. Thank you! Yes, bread machine is great for making jam! It is very easy and quick.

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  3. Tanya says:

    What the what? Jam in a bread machine?!?! That is awesome. Not a fan of cherries but I will so try this with other fruit.

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    1. Give it a try, it is very easy and quick to make jam in bread machine 😉


  4. Javy Dreamer says:

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  5. mmh407 says:

    Oh my goodness. This blog is brilliant. Going to go explore now!

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  6. nadishaf says:

    Din’t know that bread machines can make wonders like this!! Very new to me 🙂

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    1. Yes, one can make a lot of stuff with bread machine!

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  7. Lisa Armstrong says:

    My bread maker mitchine don’t have that setting what other setting can I use.

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    1. I am not quite sure, but I would say a program that would stir, and heat the jam for 1hour or so. Good luck!


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