This is an ideal way to use up end bits of jam left in jam jars or pots.
This is a really easy dessert! Use whatever jam you like, or use marmalade. Lovely served with cream or custard.
Very nice while still warm. Use whatever kind of jam you fancy.
An old recipe, this is somewhat like a sweetened, flavoured bread pudding baked in a pie shell. Adapted from Mrs Beeton.
Pectin is a naturally occurring carbohydrate in fruit that is concentrated in the fruit’s skin and the core. When cooked, Pectin solidifies to a gel, causing fruit preserves to set. Fruit uses Pectin to build cell walls with. Generally, unripe fruit will have more Pectin than ripe fruit. Fruits that are high in Pectin include…
No one will guess this is made from beets. They break down completely, and the jam comes out a treacly brown.
A recipe for classic practical dessert squares — easy to make, not too expensive, easy to transport, yet still a crowd-pleaser.
Lovely squares that aren’t too expensive to make.