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The Hay Day Kitchen is back this month with Apple Jam! And this jam goes perfectly with some freshly baked bread!

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Here is the recipe and video, so you can easily follow along step-by-step.


• 5 Red apples (~4 cups) • 3/4 cup Sugar • 2 tbsp Cinnamon (powder) • 1 cup Apple juice

• Prep time: 1 h • Portion size: 2-3 jars of ready jam • Equipment: knife, cutting board, measuring spoons, measuring cups, cooking pot, wooden spoon, stove, blender, ladle (or spoon) and 2-3 mason jars


• Begin by washing the apples well. • Cut apples into big slices, leaving out the core. Make sure to cut as close as possible to the core, so that you don’t waste any of the apple-y goodness.

• Dice the slices into small cubes, until you have roughly 4 cups of diced apples. • In a cooking pot, add in the apple cubes, cinnamon and apple juice. • Boil for 20 min on medium heat. Gently, stir as it boils.

• Remove from heat and pour the mixture into a blender. • Spin for couple rounds to break the texture. Add more apple juice, if needed. • With a ladle or spoon, scoop the finished jam into clean mason jars, cover tightly and set them aside to cool down.

Tip: Cool down the jam faster by placing the jam in the jars in a dish filled with cold water.

Store the jam in the fridge and enjoy with some freshly baked bread!

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