Yes, freezer jam is safe to eat once thawed and refrozen. However, it is not recommended that this food be refrozen again after this process.
Yes, homemade jam can be frozen. When freezing jam it is important to put it in a good air tight container that can be safely stores in the freezer.
24 packets of splenda equals a cup.
Yes freezer jam that did not set can be fixed. Take the whole batch of jam out of the containers, add more pectin, follow the directions on the pectin box, stir the hot pectin into the jam and place back in the containers. Do I have to add more sugar or do I just stir the water into the new box of pectin?
strawberry jam lasts up to a year in the freezer. The sugar in any jam acts as a preservative, so you should be able to finish a jar of jam before it goes off
Pectin. Pectin is a food-gum that comes from fruit that helps thicken jam when sugar is added.
Generally, jam and jelly should be eaten with one year from canning. All jars should be labeled with the date when stored. If a substitution of Splenda or another artificial sweetener has been used in place of all or part of the sugar, the jam or jelly should be used with 6 months.
well really easy you just freeze your strawberries put sugar and loads of it in the pot smash your strawberries and your done!
It's the Israeli make of Splenda.
Put extra sugar of if you prefer splenda
Well... If they're empty then yes :P But I'm guessing that that's not what you meant. Sooo, if the stuff In your jars is dried fruit or anything go ahead, but if it is lovely sticky jam then you will ruin your jam bottles and probably your jam too. If you want to know why then search 'what happens when you put liquid in the freezer', I don't think I will be able to explain it. Sorry
Yes along as the splenda is granulated, this makes for a very low calorie dessert , because egg whites have no calories.
You can make jam tarts by making a thin pastry and filling it with the jam of your choice. You can make the jam tarts out of basic store-bought pastry bread and jam from a jar if you'd like.
The two main methods of creating jam are: -The traditional method of canning -Freezer jam To make freezer jam (which I love): -fresh fruit -sugar (lots of it) -pectin -warm water to dissolve pectin You will need about 5 cups of sugar to 3 cups of fruit. I believe you use one package of pectin to the included ingredients. The pectin package should have directions on it. You can find pectin in most grocery stores. It is usually located with the cans used for canning.
dont do it that will make it sugary
The answer is a raspberry. It has a prickly vine and is used to make jam.
Splenda is an artificial sweetener.
No Splenda is not a reducing sugar.
Condensed milk like Eagle Brand is made with a lot of sugar. Not sure what you can use instead in a recipe. Look up how to make condensed milk at home. Maybe then you can figure out how to substitute Splenda for the sugar.
Splenda is sweeter, but sugar is healthier. Splenda is 180 times as sweet as sugar.
Splenda was created in 1999.
Splenda is not bad if you don't eat exagerated quantities; splenda is for diabetics and fatty individuals.
Jam can't truly be "sugar free", as the fruits contain natural sugars, however, you CAN make "no sugar added" jams. You simply follow your standard recipes, and replace the amount of sugar it calls for with the proper amount of artificial sweetener. The sweetener you choose will have a conversion chart on the packaging. Do NOT substitute the same quantity of artificial sweetener for sugar. For instance, if it calls for 1 cup of Sugar, you would add, say, 1 tsp. of Splenda (this can vary, depending on the sweetener).