Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam

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NB: This Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam recipe has been one of my top 2 jam posts over the years and really did deserve a re-shoot so here is the original post but with the addition of new photographs!

I recently went out foraging for apples and blackberries locally and although the apples weren’t up to much the blackberries were fab if a little difficult to harvest. Long sleeves, trousers, socks and a stick are must haves if you don’t want to get scratched and stung and another time I would bring gardening gloves too. It took me over an hour to gather just 600 g as I think I’m not the only forager locally!

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This weekend I went to a car boot sale at a local farm where I managed to pick the same amount in about 20 minutes so it really is about being in the right place at the right time. I could have come home and made a blackberry and apple crumble or some such dessert but that would have put all my hard work to such a quick and frivolous use. No, it had to be jam to preserve the fruits of my labours so to speak. If I’m honest I do think I’ve fallen in love with jam making and if you’ve not tried it yet then I can’t recommend it highly enough. I haven’t had one disaster with jam making which I can’t say for many other areas of cooking!

Foraged Blackberries and apples

I researched various recipes and found that most of them wanted the blackberries and apples cooked separately which after spending so long picking the fruit seemed like an exercise I didn’t want to go through. I was so pleased to then find a recipe in  “The Classic 1000 Recipes” book (Foulsham) where the fruits were boiled in the same pan and so I adapted this recipe and gave some flesh to the bones of the method to make my Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam!

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My family loved this jam and even my pip hating husband did too. I think it tasted all the better for having foraged the blackberries and we have enough jars to take us into the winter as I made 6 jars of varying sizes.

Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam - Fab Food 4 All

As usual just before you start jam making just wash your jars and lids in hot soapy water, fill with boiling water, empty and then pop in the oven for 20 mins at 120°C and leave in there until your jam is ready.

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Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam
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A simple and delicious Blackberry and Apple Jam where the fruits are all cooked in one pot.
Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine: British
Serves: 6 jars approx
  • 600 g Blackberries, washed & drained
  • 500 g Bramley apples, peeled, cored and cut into berry sized chunks
  • 1.1 kg Granulated sugar
  • 300 ml Water
  • 10g Butter
  1. Put the water and apple chunks in a preserving pan and simmer gently until soft (about 5 mins).
  2. Add the blackberries, bring to the boil and simmer until soft (about 15 – 20 mins).
  3. Add the sugar off the heat stirring to dissolve the crystals.
  4. Heat the pan gently to ensure all the sugar dissolves, then boil rapidly for 10 mins stirring regularly.
  5. Take off the heat and test a large drop of jam on a chilled saucer and if it crinkles after a couple of mins it’s ready.
  6. If not boil for another 2 mins and repeat test until ready.
  7. Remove excess scum with a slotted spoon and then stir in the butter to remove the rest.
  8. Ladle into sterilised jars. Makes 1.8 kg.
Before you start jam making just wash your jars and lids in hot soapy water, fill with boiling water, empty and then pop in the oven for 20 mins at 120°C and leave in there until your jam is ready.

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  1. Cris B.

    Hi, don’t you sealed the jars in a boiling water for 30 minutes after you filled them?
    Thank you and I will prepare your recipe this afternoon.
    All my best,
    Cris B.

    1. Camilla

      Hi Cris, no that’s not something we here in the UK. Just store jars in a cool dark place once they have cooled down.

  2. Hannah Bullen

    Superb tasting jam and easy to make. I’d even go as far as to say the best jam I’ve ever made! Thanks!

    1. Camilla

      Aaw, that’s brilliant Hannah, it is lovely isn’t it and often tops my jam chart but it’s a closely fought battle with Damson Jam usually:-) Thank you so much for your feed back:-)

  3. Lynne

    Hi, Just made your Blackberry & Apple jam.
    Wow…..it’s a hit!
    I. doubled up the quantities because I had a glut of blackberries……it’s yummy. Thank you very much

    1. Camilla

      Yay Lynne, so glad you like it, a lovely comment to go to bed on:-)

  4. Annabelle Heath

    Hi, Am trying to find your quantities of blackberries to apples but there is a silly advertisement blocking it! Can’t see how to delete it. Help please?? Thanks

    1. Camilla

      Can I ask what you are viewing this on as I’ve never heard of this happening to anyone else so that I can investigate?

    2. Camilla

      600g Blackberries, 500g Bramleys, peeled, cored and cut into berry sized pieces.

  5. Marie

    Aaw, thanks Camilla. Just made it with my daughter. Delicious. Easy simple instructions.

    1. Camilla

      Great Marie, so glad you like it and have passed on a skill to your daughter:-)

  6. Marion

    Great and easy recipe. To me the actual picking of blackberries is part of the fun. It reminds me of when I was a child in Ireland…… we never used gloves or thick clothes, and got scratched and stung by nettles but we were very hardy and it was part of the fun. When now I take the granchildren blackberrying, Im amazed at how they squeal and scream at the thorns, etc. Even though we live in a semi rural place, they are very citified and want to give up after half an hour or so. Whereas I could carry on for hours, each beautiful blackberry is like a gem and of course the higher the berry, the more one wants to get at it. We have a surplus too of sloe berries and am considering making sloe wine.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Marion. Yes we live in different times now sadly, I am the only person in my family who will go foraging, the kids just aren’t interested. Maybe when they can do it for themselves later on in life it will be of more interest. Sloe wine sounds fab:-)

  7. Bel

    it is the first time I have made jam for years, it used to be a failure, more of a drink than jam. I am so pleased how this has turned out, delicious. I have told so many people about this site. Thank you Camilla.

    1. Camilla

      Aaw Bel that’s so lovely to hear, so pleased you found success and thank you for spreading the word:-) x

  8. Mandy

    Hi. Thanks for the recipe. My stepson and I have just made it and its a first jam making experience for me.

    I just wondered once you have sealed the jars how long are you finding it lasts.

    1. Camilla

      Hi Mandy, great to hear:-) If you keep jam in a cool dark place it will last a few years but I don’t think I’ve ever not eaten this within a year.

  9. Margaret

    Hi, we have a Discovery apple tree in our garden. Could I use these instead of cooking apples?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Margaret, it would be better with the tart Bramley apples but if you used dessert apples you would need to reduce the sugar I’d say or the jam would be too sweet, also dessert apples don’t break down like Bramleys so the jam would be lumpier with the bits of dessert apple in it.

      1. Margaret

        Thanks Camilla, I’m going to give it a try with the discoveries, using less sugar and see how it goes. Thing is, we’ve got so many apple i need to do something else with them apart from apple crumbles!! x

        1. Camilla

          I don’t blame you, and just cook the apples for a little longer until tender too! Let me know how it goes:-)

          1. Margaret

            Great result with the discovery apples!! I left them a little longer to soften and gave them a quick wizz with the blender before adding the blackberries. I added only 800g sugar also. The family love it! Thanks for your recipe and advice!!

          2. Camilla

            Yay, glad it worked out for you:-)

  10. Tasha

    Do you use a hot water bath to preserve the jars when theyre filled? Would that work with this recipe?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Tasha, I have no idea what this hot water bath thing is as it’s not something we do in the UK. We just sterilise our jars as stated in the notes of the recipe, finishing off in the oven. So in answer to your question, no, I just do as it says in the recipe, once the lid goes on and the jam is cool it’s ready to eat or store in a cool dark place for a year or more.

  11. Jacqui Bellefontaine

    I am a huge fan of all things Jammy. I made regular blackberry jam last year but our apple trees are growning this year so perhaps this year it should be apple and blackberry!

    1. Camilla

      I can’t recommend it enough Jacquu:-)

  12. Philip

    Followed the recipe but added 20g Ginger (per 1Kg of each fruit ) I also cut down on the sugar to 500g it is wonderful, sold 30 jars of it to my neighbours and friends to raise money for Cancer Research.

    1. Camilla

      That’s wonderful Philip an a great cause:-)

  13. Janet

    1st ever attempt at making jam, super fun with my 6yr old boy and it came out great.
    Even better my son says it tastes delicious and its difficult to get him to try new things

    1. Camilla

      Yay, so glad you had your first go at making with this recipe, it is one of my absolute favourites so not surprised your son like it:-) Hope you try some more of my jam recipes:-)

  14. Izzy

    Apple jam is always great.
    Thanks for sharing

    1. Camilla

      Apples do add a glorious flavour and texture to jams:-)

  15. Sharon Andrews

    Can I make the jam using half the amount of apples.

    1. Camilla

      I wouldn’t, this jam is just perfectly balanced for flavour.

      1. Mike

        The apples add the pectin, reducing the apples may give setting problems unless you use “jam sugar” which has added pectin

  16. All That I'm Eating

    Camilla this is such a great colour and the texture looks just perfect for spreading on toast, cakes and all sorts!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you so much, it is so delicious:-)

  17. Anne Fox

    I am 57 years old and never made jam in my life, but followed this recipe and was so excited and proud of myself. The jam is perfect and so easy to make, the only down side is family wanted a jar each so was only left with one jar for myself. I have since made another batch and tucked that away in the cupboard. I have now made marmalade too. I am hooked on making jams, its just awesome.

    1. Camilla

      Aaw that’s awesome Anne, I was a latecomer to jam making too and it is highly addictive isn’t it:-) So glad you like the recipe and you can now work your way through my other jams:-)

  18. Gaynor

    I have just made this and it is soooo easy and lovely. I added a bit of blackberry creme de cassis at the cooking stage …. Delish

    1. Camilla

      Great Gaynor, what a fab idea! I just made some more myself yesterday:-)

  19. Grace Bagshaw

    Just wondering if you could use frozen blackberries for this recipe? I have quite a lot in the freezer from last year still. Thanks.

    1. Camilla

      I don’t see why not Grace, the jam might need a little extra time boiling though before it reaches setting point.

      1. Grace

        Thank you. I’ll give it a go.

    2. Heather Sturman

      I always use blackberries I’ve previously frozen. Just let them thaw in the pan before adding sugar.

      1. Grace

        Thank you. Good to know it works!

  20. Sheila

    My jam wouldn’t set although I followed all instructions?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Sheila, I usually say to keep boiling the jam until it passes the plate test, did your jam go jelly like on a cold saucer before you jarred it up? Otherwise just pop it all back in a pan, re-sterilise your jars and keep boiling until it does pass the plate test.

  21. foodteacher

    Just wanted to say thank you for sharing the recipe. I am a food teacher and have just made this with my class. It turned out great. 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Oh wow, I am so filled with joy (and moved) to hear this. I won the school prize for Home-Economics and had the best teacher in the world so am very touched that you shared my recipe with your pupils:-) We never made jam at school, just chutney so I only picked up my wooden spoon a few years ago and have been making up for lost time ever since:-)

  22. Laura Tovey

    I love this!!

  23. Paul Wilson

    Good time of year for jam making.

  24. Traceymarie

    Hi Camilla just wanted to let you how amazing and easy to follow your recipe is having collect Blackberries and Apples from my grandfather’s backyard I made Jam for the first time ever and what success it was I got so many compliments thank you so much definitely be making more. X

    1. Camilla

      Fabulous Tracey so pleased your first experience making jam was with my recipe and was a success. Hope you check out some more of my jam recipes, I’d say the Plum and Apple is a good one for this time of year and has a beautiful flavour and colour:-)

  25. Sheila

    Thank you for an easy to follow recipe which was well laid out on the version to print out. The jam tastes good and set easily.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Sheila, glad you liked it:-)

  26. Jo

    Hi Camilla,

    Your recipe for Blackberry and Apple Jam sounds delicious and easy to follow. How would you adapt it to include pears and to prevent the contents from burning the bottom of the pan as the batch of Blackberry and Pear Jam I made was a disaster.

    1. Camilla

      Hi Jo, I’ve not made jam with pears before but as they are low in pectin unlike apples that a bursting with it this recipe would not be suitable and with regard to burning the trick is to keep stirring regularly while the rolling boil is going on or any jam will burn.

  27. Melser

    When & where do I add the butter?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Melser it’s in point 7, after removing most of the scum with a large spoon you stir in the butter which will make the rest disappear:-)

  28. Kath Torode

    Just made my first batch this afternoon. It took a bit of time to get to setting point but Has turned out a nice consistency and not too sweet.

    1. Camilla

      Great Kath, I think the setting point varies with the moisture content of the fruit, some blackberries can be like small bullets and others large and juicy. Glad you like it:-)

  29. Jacky

    I’ve made this jam twice and both times it hasn’t set. It’s quite runny and very sweet. I followed the recipe exactly.

    1. Camilla

      Jacky, so sorry to hear this, as you can see from all the positive comments on this post this jam does work. You say you followed the recipe exactly, in the instructions I say to keep boiling and testing until setting point is reached (ie forms a crinkle on a chilled plate) so I can’t quite understand if you achieved a crinkle why the jam is runny? I did have this mishap with my Greengage Jam recently when my quest for a soft set when a bit too far so I tipped all the jars back into the pan and boiled until the correct set had been reached. I suggest you do this with your batch. Also was the fruit just ripe/under ripe as over ripe fruit does not contain enough pectin and would also be sweeter thus affecting the set of the jam. Hope this helps.

  30. Kristal

    Made this tonight from blackberries and apples I picked in the woods this morning and it was fantastic! Thankyou for this recipe, I’m so glad I found it!

    1. Camilla

      Fabulous Kristal, so glad you like it, it is one of my all time favourite jams if not my absolute favourite:-)

  31. counord

    Made this today and it’s fab Best jam I have ever made, although i strained it because the pips were quite big and could be dangerous for small grandchildren

    1. Camilla

      Fabulous, so glad you like it, praise indeed:-)

      1. Becca

        How did you strain it counord? Me and the children are going berry and apple picking tomorrow!!

        1. Camilla

          Hi not understanding due to the typo but no straining involved with this jam.

  32. Ann Tyrrell

    Finished one batch and second is on the go ….. was afraid to double in case it was difficult to set. First lot almost set and I’ve been having a serious tasting session…… Absolutely delicious ….. I’ve tried other recipes in past but this is brilliant. Thank you for such a great recipe Camilla.

    1. Camilla

      Excellent Ann, thank you so much for your feedback, that’s lovely to hear:-) Camilla x

  33. Helen

    How long will the jam keep unopened
    And do you use wax discs?

    1. Camilla

      Hi, unopened jam will keep in a dark, cool place for perhaps years but probably best eaten within a year. Wax discs are only needed if you are using cellophane tops with elastic bands otherwise just a screw top lid is needed:-)

  34. Matt

    Great recipe! Did a batch with half the sugar and another batch with the required sugar. Both have the same taste, but have a odd texture – almost “chalky”? Sugar had completely disolved before returning to the heat. When I tried it in the pan before putting it in the jar, it didn’t have this texture. Almost seems to be coming on as it’s cooling? Made Damson Plum and a separate blackberry Jam. Neither have this strange texture, made it’s the apples I have used? Many thanks!

    1. Camilla

      Gosh Matt I have never heard of chalky jam before and have to admit I have no idea what has caused this as it’s not something I have ever encountered nor any of my readers:-( My only thought is was the pan cleaned with something like Cif and a residue stayed in the pan?

      1. Matt

        It tastes beautiful, just a really strange texture. Didn’t have that texture when in the pan and hot. Seems to have come on as it cools, first Jam I have made which included Apples. Struggling to identity what Apples I used, I do have a picture though!

        1. Camilla

          Maybe it was the apples then, they can vary so much in flavour and texture.

  35. Rhona

    Hi! Thanks for this easy jam recipe! My 9 year old daughter & her friend came in with blackberries asking to make jam! So I sent them back for some more, whilst I searched for a recipe. We picked apples from our tree and the jam making commenced!! We enjoyed every minute of making it and now they both have a jar of gloriously red shiny jam! It is lovely! (I halved the ingredients as we didn’t have loads)

    1. Camilla

      Fabulous Rhona, so glad your daughter and her friend have delved into the lovely world of jam making – it’s so satisfying:-)

  36. Leslie

    Having looked all over the Internet and through my cookbooks for a decent jam recipe, I found your to be the simplest. Your feedback to people’s questions are very useful. Have just made 6 jars of this jam and it is scrummy. I peeled and cored the apples before weighing, but it didn’t seem to make any difference to the jam. Thank you!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Leslie, I think that’s why this recipe Googles at No 1 if you type in Easy Blackberry & Apple Jam as like you I couldn’t find a simple recipe and using 2 pans just seemed a nonsense to me! Glad you’re enjoying the jam, it is one of my favourites:-)

  37. Bel

    Hi, I’m just about to embark on a batch, do I need to put a circle of grease proof paper in the top of the jar after filling?
    Many thanks

    1. Camilla

      Not if you’re using a screw on lid, only if you were using cellophane with elastic band:-)

  38. Simon

    I started making jam last year…based on your recipe. Thank you. I made 45 jars then. Today I have made 22 jars of blackberry and small elderberry . I’ll probably make another 8/10 next week with 50/50 blackberry and elderberry. The elderberry gives it a lot of depth. Thank you so much for your recipe. Simon

    1. Camilla

      Hi Simon, that’s lovely to hear, so glad to have inspired you! Sounds like you have your own cottage industry in the making! I’ve never used elderberries but now I know where the local Eldberberry trees are I should go and look for some:-) Camilla

  39. Wendy Thomas

    Thank you for this fabulous easy recipe! Unfortunately I didn’t read through these comments before I started so I used 500g of Bramleys after peeling and coring…but it still turned out delicious!

    1. Camilla

      Glad it turned out well, I think jam is quite forgiving with slight variations of fruit content:-)

  40. Elaine

    Made this jam this afternoon, tastes brilliant, and easy to follow! 🙂 Thank you for sharing your recipe.

    1. Camilla

      Excellent Elaine, thank you for your feedback:-)

  41. Crystal

    I’m from the US so Bramley apples are not available here. Can any other apple be used in this recipe?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Crystal, a Bramley Apple is a sour cooking apple, do you have something similar in the States?

  42. Dawn

    Once made how long does it keep for ?

    1. Camilla

      If kept in a dark cool place then at least a year if not much longer but it’s so good I don’t think keeping will be a problem:-)

  43. Kathy

    My grandmother used to make blackberry & apple jam and she used to add whole cloves in a little muslin bag, I do that too & it’s delicious. Just squish the muslin a few times as its cooking. I also find that using just a little sure set sugar is enough to set jam after a 5 minute boil.

    1. Camilla

      What a lovely food memory, thanks for sharing with my readers who might like to try this:-)

  44. Martina Evans

    wow the end result looks fantastic, I bet the jam tastes amazing as well! I’ve never made my own jam before but I would love to try 😀 I just love blackberries!

    1. Camilla

      It is such a wonderful jam Martina, it’s no wonder it’s my most popular post ever:-)

  45. peter hangl

    Is it possible to cook the apples whole chopped up with the blackberries? I always strain all my berries to remove the seeds – can’t stand all the seeds in between my teeth. this would also remove the skin and peps of the apples

    1. Camilla

      Hi, I think the sieve would just get blocked with apple peel so it would be an awful lot quicker just to peel and core 1st.

      1. peter hangl

        yes, i see what you mean – i use my own apples and they are very small – i would loose 1/2 by pealing and coring – i will compromise by chopping them very small – i see you are not against using the whole apples – by the way i have done this with quinces

        1. Camilla

          Let me know how you get on:-)

  46. Belinda

    Hi I would like to make this jam as wedding favours for next June could you tell me would it last That long ?

    Thank you


    1. Camilla

      Hi Belinda, that will be fine, just keep them in a cool dark place. I keep my jams in a cupboard in my garage and are fine from one year to the next and would probably last a lot longer but we tend to eat them up in this time!

  47. Kate

    I have never made jam and only had a few blackberries so made quarter of recipe. Took off heat after 7 mins boiling and seems to have caramelised a bit. Is it possible to burn it? If so what will happen when cooled in jar? Thanks Kate

    1. Camilla

      Hi Kate, yes you can burn jam if you don’t stir it but you would know if you had as the base of your pan would be burnt and the jam would taste burnt, I have done this once and you have to throw it away! But it’s a valuable lesson and I’ve never burned any jam since!

  48. Anne Dalzell

    It worked like a charm and tastes gorgeous. Will tweet a snap x

    1. Camilla

      Oh fabulous Anne, so glad you tried it, I love this jam:-)

  49. Angie Hoggett

    great recipe and so easy!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Anngie:-)

  50. June Etherington

    Wonderful. The is very easy to make & the taste is yummy. Thank you.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you June, glad you like it:-)

  51. lorna johnston

    Do I need to add lemon juice to this?

    1. Camilla

      No, it would be in the recipe otherwise. The apples are high in pectin so they help set the jam.

      1. lorna johnston

        I’ve made this jam twice in the past three weeks as brambles are abundant just now – 12 jars – and it tastes wonderful, so easy to make and everyone loves it, many thanks for sharing recipe

        1. Camilla

          Briliant Lorna, I love this jam and very glad you love it too:-)

  52. Avril

    Thank you so much for your Easy Blackberry & Apple jam recipe, it’s delicious! I haven’t made jam in at least 30 years but having a glut of apples and blackberry’s this year I decided to “give it a go” ! The magic word “EASY” in front of your recipe encouraged me and also the fact that there were no preservatives added to the fruit. I must say YOU were right it was so easy! I enjoyed it so much I’ve just bought 50 jam jars and I’m about to start on your Plum & Apple Jam and possibly the Rhubarb, Lemon and Vanilla Jam. My husband’s concerned we may have to buy a larger house …… for jam storage! Once again thank you very much, keep jamming.

    1. Camilla

      Aah thank you so much for your lovely feedback Avril. I only got into jam making in the last few years and caught the jam-making bug – so glad you’ve re-discovered your talent for it:-) Good luck with the other jams:-)

  53. Rosie

    Just made this jam and it seemed very sweet. What would the result be if I made it with less sugar do you or any of your followers know many thanks

    1. Camilla

      Hi Rosie, not heard anyone else say this in 2 years but we all have different taste so if you find it too sweet you could try reducing the sugar by 100g or so and it wouldn’t affect the texture. Have a look at the proportions of my sugar to fruit ratio in my other jams as a guide to what still works well:-)

      1. Rosie

        great-thanks for your help and advice. Will try it next time

        1. Camilla

          A pleasure Rosie:-)

  54. Emily

    Do I need to use jam sugar if I am using plums instead of apples for this recipe?

    1. Camilla

      Emily I never use jam sugar as I just don’t like chemicals nor the stiff set it gives. When I develop the recipes I use lemon juice to aid the set but as I haven’t actually made this with plum instead of apple I can’t gauge the amount you’d need. I would say that I have made all plum jams in my Damson and Mirabelle so you could take a look at those to get an idea.

  55. Craig Neal

    Having just got an allotment, overgrown to head height with brambles, nettles and thistles. As i was clearing I collected the blackberries and found I also had apple and plum trees so collected the apples also.

    At 47 years old this is my first attempt at making jam, it took an hour of prep time due to my apples being so small, took nearly 40 of them. The results were epic…. a great success, my family, neighbours and friends well happy with the result.

    Goes great on my homemade cherry and almond scones….

    I will definitely try more of your recipes.

    1. Camilla

      Aah thank you so much Craig, it’s never too late to fall in love with jam making, I’m testimony to that;-) Really glad you love the jam, it’s something special isn’t it!

  56. Dennis

    I am new to jam making( one batch of strawberry in June) and have just made this jam using frozen blackberries I foraged with my grandson. I have not got a jam thermometer but the cold plate test worked a treat ( and I got to taste the jam as well!).
    Superb and really easy. Thank you.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Dennis, no I don’t have a jam thermometer either but just don’t think it’s necessary. Glad you like the jam, hope you go on to make some more:-)

  57. Gill Chapman

    making this now to raise funds for Riding for the disabled… Hope it is as easy and as nice as it looks

    1. Camilla

      Excellent, hope it all went well:-)

  58. Sandra

    I tried this recipe for the fist time never made jam before been put of as it always looks so fiddled but this recipe was so easy thank you so much got the jam making bug now

    1. Camilla

      Excellent Sandra, so glad you liked it and brilliant that you’ve got the bug:-)

  59. julie leader

    Looking forward to trying this recipe later today, I have started jam makng this year, and have made Blackcurrant- although a little runny, it is gorgous, Strawberry, and red and white currant, it was almost impossible to find a recipe for the white currant jam. I will let you know later how I get on, but will be armed with gloves, and long sleeves when I go in search of the blackberries!

    Thanks for the easy recipe.

    1. Camilla

      I find a stick is good too for holding back the branches – good luck:-)

  60. Gina

    I want some blackberry & apple jam for a cake and found your recipe – the word “easy” seduced me because I’ve never made jam before (gulp)! It always sounded so frightening …. pans, pectin, paddles etc etc etc.

    As I don’t want to make a huge amount, would the recipe work just as well if I simply halved all the quantities?

    1. Camilla

      Yes but maybe test for set a couple of minutes sooner just to be on the safe side! I’m glad you found my recipe as it is the simplest one on the web and so good:-)

  61. Karen

    This jam is so tasty and easy to make. I am going to try with a little less sugar next time. Perfect to use in a fresh cream Victoria Sponge.

    1. Camilla

      Fab Karen, glad you enjoyed it! Love the idea of putting it in a Victoria Sponge:-)

  62. Jane Davies

    I also never made my own jam thinking it would be a full scale operation but this seems pretty straight forward, bet it tastes a hundred times better than shop bought too !

    1. Camilla

      Jane this is my most popular jam and I’ve never tasted anything as good anywhere:-)

  63. Heather Haigh

    I’ve always been a bit scared of making jam, but you make it seem quite manageable.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Heather, I like simplifying things were I can:-)

  64. Jane

    I have frozen blackberries and I was wondering if I should defrost them first?

    1. Camilla

      I wouldn’t have thought that neccessary, just cook them for longer and until they are soft:-)

      1. Jane

        Thanks Camilla, I did defrost them in the end and made the jam today. It was Lovely! Thank you. Smashing set too!

        1. Camilla

          Fabulous – thanks for letting me know:-) Very jealous I love this jam!

  65. Kaci Soderstrom

    Oh. I wonder if I can somehow make this smooth..

    1. Camilla

      This isn’t the right recipe for a jelly really as this has nice pieces of apple in it along with the blackberries.

  66. Maya Russell

    Was looking for easy jam recipes. Thanks!

    1. Camilla

      This is one of my most popular and it tastes amazing:-)

  67. Maddy

    Have some blackberries in the freezer!

    1. Camilla

      Same here – hope you get time to make this fab jam!

  68. Sue

    Should I use “jam sugar”? (I realise this is probably a stupid question but I’ve never made jam before!)

    1. Camilla

      No, jam sugar is something I used in my very first jam recipe but it makes for a very stiff jam if you’re not careful! I relied on the high pectin level of the Bramley apples in this recipe and in other recipes will add lemon juice to boost pectin levels when needed. Good luck with your 1st foray into jam making:-)

  69. michelle bennett

    Really cant beat homemade jam! My nan makes a really yummy apricot jam 🙂

    1. Camilla

      I’m with you there:-)

  70. Jane Middleton

    Looks yummy. My mum used to make home made jams, they were lovely

  71. Daniela James

    Lovely tangy taste! Will be making more of that 🙂

  72. kayleigh white

    I love jam, but never made any myself.

    1. Camilla

      Oh you really need to have a go – it’s quite addictive and not difficult:-)

  73. Heather

    Hello. Sounds a great recipe. Can’t wait to try. Thinking of adding some fruity red wine to make it a bit special for Xmas pressies. Do you think this would work and when/ how much would you add? Thanks.

    1. Camilla

      I’m probably not the best person to ask as I don’t like red wine and I’m also not a fan of jams with wines and spirits in – I like my jam to just taste of fruit on the whole! This jam is just so lovely as it is I fear adding anything to it might ruin it.

  74. Heather

    Sounds a great recipe. Can’t wait to try it later. If I were to add some fruity red wine, do you honk this would work and when/ how much would you add? Want to make it a bit special for Xmas gifts. Thank you!

  75. Tracy Nixon

    reminds me so much of Halloween! Making jam with berries!

  76. William Gould

    Looks good! Must try this when freezer is getting full of our little harvest!

    1. Camilla

      It’s really good, the apple gives it a lovely lightness:-)

  77. Anne Dalzell

    I made some great blackberry and strawberry jam last week but going to do another final forage today and make this!

  78. Katie

    Looks like a great recipe but what the 10g of butter for?

    1. Camilla

      It’s for getting rid of the scum at the end – a tip I learned from Delia:-)

  79. Judith Allott

    Sorry- me again! Am I using 500g of apple then peeling and coring them, or is that the weight to use after they have been cored and peeled? Obviously there’s quite a difference in the quantity between the two. Thanks for all your helpful advice.

    1. Camilla

      Hi, that’s ok:-) All weights are before peeling etc:-)

  80. Claire Jacobs

    cannot beat some good jam on a fresh scone!

  81. marion king

    i have the blackberries and apples all ready but i would like to ask could i use artificial sweetner, because my hubby is a diabetic. he can eat LOW SUGAR jam for diabetic’s now problem, or do i just use less sugar??

    1. Camilla

      I’m afraid artificial sweetners and jam are not my area of expertise as I avoid sweetners like the plague. All I know is that the sugar acts as the preservative so you need a certain amount roughly equal to the fruit or just under usually. Sorry I can’t help:-(

  82. Judith Allott

    Looking forward to making my jam, but want to make 2 or 3 times the quantity. Will I need to boil it for longer?

    1. Camilla

      I wouldn’t triple the recipe or it might boil over. I would boil for the same amount of time and just extend time if necessary and maybe put a couple of extra saucers in the freezer just in case! Good luck.

  83. Maggie

    Had a glut of pears so did blackberry, apple and pear jam, delicious

    1. Camilla

      Excellent, bet it’s lovely:-)

  84. Norma Jane

    Just made this jam and I’m delighted with the outcome, thank you for making it so easy . Xx

    1. Camilla

      Thank you, so glad you like it:-)

  85. Kirsty

    Am about to try this recipe after a very successful forage over the weekend. I’m planning on adding some elderberries which have been left over after making 2ltrs of elderberry gin :D. Due to their low pectin content, would you advise substituting a tiny amount of sugar with some preserving sugar? I don’t want to end up with a ‘jelly’, but likewise would like a little stiffness to the jam?
    Thanks in advance…….

    1. Camilla

      Hi, please don’t use preserving sugar (my pet hate) just use a little lemon juice! In my One Punnet Strawberry Jam https://www.fabfood4all.co.uk/quick-one-punnet-strawberry-jam/ I used 1 teaspoon for about 230g of strawberries so a ratio of roughly that would work well for the weight of the elderberries that you’ll be adding. Good luck.

  86. Emma

    Just made the jam with eating apples and it worked a treat – delicious

    1. Camilla

      Great that’s good to know, thank you for letting me and other readers know;-) I never like to guarantee something will work unless I’ve tried it myself (or someone else has):-)

  87. Aylene Kelleher

    Hi Camilla
    I am ready to make the jam.
    Can it be eaten straight away once cooled or do you have to wait two weeks like chutney 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Yes it can be eaten as soon as it cools:-) Good luck!

  88. Alison H

    Hi , I’m all ready to make my jam , but I only have jam sugar , will it be ok ??

    1. Camilla

      Nooooooo, please don’t use jam sugar it ruins the texture of jam and makes it leathery and stiff in my opnion, plus it will be extra stiff as the pectin in the apples is enough to set this jam. Wait until you can buy some granulated sugar or borrow from your neigbbours (mine are used to my requests LOL)! This is such a lovely jam with a lovely soft texture, please do it au naturel:-)

  89. Irene Wright

    Reminds me of when we were kids and Mum never let anything go to waste. We were sent out to pick blackberries in season & pick up fallen apples and bring them home for Mum to concoct some sort of jam. It usually was nice & lovely on toast for breakfast – especially when fresh

    1. Camilla

      So happy to bring back your childhood memories, the food ones are really vivid.

  90. Emma

    Just made this jam, first ever attempt to make jam and it has turned out really well. really simple recipe to follow. thank you.

    1. Camilla

      Brilliant, thank you so much for letting me know:-)

  91. Joe

    Ive just potted mine now and so far so good I made 3 times the recipe. I sieved 3 pots to make a kind of jelly although I didn’t have any gelatin but I did it anyway as there is an abundance of blackberry’s here this year “West of Ireland”. I’ll let you know how it turned out.

    Thanks for the recipe


    1. Camilla

      Brilliant, it’s a jam I can’t have enough of:-) We’ve had an abundance here too!

  92. P. Grant

    Hi, This recipe turned out great and I doubled up the amounts, no
    problem and lovely jam, thank you.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you, glad you liked it:-)

  93. Jane Reardon

    Hi Camilla, just back from blackberry picking with the kids & looking for inspiration- this recipe looks great. Will it work if I use eating apples? – we’ve got lots on the tree but no Bramleys. Thanks x

    1. Camilla

      I really don’t think eating apples would be suitable as they tend to hold their shape (ie firmer) on cooking and would be sweeter too affecting the sugar balance in the jam. Not having made it with eating apples I woudn’t like to say it’s OK.

  94. P. Grant

    Just off to make my jam, and was pleased to find this recipe, also
    the comment about the weight of apples as I did wonder about that too. Thank you.

    1. Camilla

      Great, happy jam making – do let me know how you get on:-) I love this jam:-)

  95. Siobhan

    Hi, lovely lovely jam. How long can the jam last in the fridge?

    1. Camilla

      Hi, thank you so glad you like it, it’s one of my favs:-) The jam should last for at least a year if not longer in a cool dark place and once opened between 3 – 6 months (if you use a clean spoon each time you don’t actually need to store it in the fridge) but I always kept mine in the fridge!

  96. David

    Nice,, simple recipe. Just made 6 pots from 1 kg of early wild blckberries (1hr to pick) plus Bramleys from the garden. Skipped the butter cos I don’r mind the “scum” on top. Now waiting for the pots to cooll. First tastings are delicious. Bramble jam is a favourite: Intense fruity flavour good colour and easy to make set (even easier if you use preserving sugar with added pectin but prob not nec for this recipe, so apple has so much in already. Thanks!

    1. Camilla

      Brilliant, a firm favourite here, glad you found it easy:-) I ditched using pectin after my first jam making session as I just don’t like the firm set it gives and aim for something a bit softer.

  97. Ben Tinsley


    my jam didn’t have the normal texture of jam, it was way too thick and almost had a slight toffee taste. Not sure what i did wrong. It took almost 20 mins not the 10 mins as described. Maybe my pan was too small which limited how much of a rolling boil i could do. Any tips?

    1. Camilla

      Hi Ben, yes you need a large preserving pan or one of equivalent size so that you get a full rolling boil without fear of it boiling over. Your jam was obviously ready way before the 20 minutes so hence it was too thick and the sugar had started to caramelise. I’m not sure how experienced you are at jam making but at the plate test stage the jam should just be “tacky” and like jel, it gets a lot thicker on cooling. I think the small sized pan set off a chain of unfortunate circumstanes:-( When you re-boil you should test at regular short intervals or you end up with glue and not jam. Wishing you better luck in your next jam project. With each failure we learn a valuable lesson so I hope you don’t get disheartened!

      1. Ben Tinsley

        Hi Camilla, Thanks for your quick response. At cooking savory foods i’d like to think i am pretty good. Though i don’t have much of a sweet tooth and i am pretty much a beginner at jam making. I still have loads of blackberries left so will do another batch now. Thanks for tips. 🙂

        1. Camilla

          Great it’s not so bad making mistakes with free foraged food:-)

  98. Lisa Johnstone-Davies

    Hi, I had a query regarding the weight of the apples, is this before being peeled and chopped, or do you need 500g of apple cubes after it’s been peeled? Thanks 🙂

    1. Camilla

      That’s the weight before preparing:-) Good luck.

  99. Alison Turner

    Love this recipe I have only just this year started making my own jam and this looks gorgeous am going to have to give it a go 🙂

    1. Camilla

      It’s a real favourite and so easy to make:-)

  100. Gill Liu

    My first attempt at jam making inspired by a walk with my dog picking blackberries, and apples grown in my garden . What an I make next ?!!

    1. Camilla

      If you like jam with apples I have a lovely Plum and Apple Jam which has a lovely rose colour to it and delicate flavour:-) https://www.fabfood4all.co.uk/plum-apple-jam/

  101. Sue Warner

    So easy to make, and lovely and fruity. Thanks

  102. Heather Haigh

    Wow, you have made so many jams now. This one has to be a winning combination too.

    1. Camilla

      I love apple in jam and this is one of my favs:-)

  103. Charlotte Wills

    I am soo looking forward to making this when the blackberries are ready in my area xx

  104. Barbiecrispin

    Yes , it worked perfectly and am about to try again today.Village fete stall tomorrow!

    1. Camilla

      Fabulous – I do love this jam:-)

  105. Felicity Kelly

    Looks delicious

  106. Felicity Kelly

    Looks wonderful

  107. jrhymer

    I love homemade jam looks delicious and easy – Thank you for the recipe 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Thanks, another pet favourite:-)

  108. Barbiecrispin

    Making this today from frozen blackberries collected last September . Will report back!

    1. Camilla

      Oh do! I also have blackberries in my freezer from last year:-)

  109. Gail Bennett

    I must remember this one when the next blackberry season comes around 🙂

  110. Edward

    Nice and easy
    Thank you

  111. K Mayers

    Blackberries & apples – yum! I love both, in many ways.
    I’ve never attempted to make jam or even marmalade. Strawberry jam is too sweet for me but these two together would be wonderful and I’m inclined to have my first attempt at jam-making. I hope it turns out as nice as yours!

    1. Camilla

      It is so fresh and lovely this jam and so easy to make, I do hope you give it a go:-)

  112. Paul Wilson

    Blackberry and apples – go together brilliantly.

  113. Emma P

    Thanks for this great recipe – I made it last week and it worked beautifully.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you for letting me know and glad it went well for you:-) It is a lovely jam:-)

  114. Maya Russell

    I didn’t know jam making could be so easy! I thought you had to get special jam making equipment, thermometers etc. I’ve some frozen fruit from the garden which I could defrost and use with our cooking apples. Thanks for the recipe.

    1. Camilla

      I hate fuss and nonsense and hence this recipe, others I’d seen cooked the fruits seperately which just didn’t seem logical to me:-)

  115. Gilla01

    I’m of the age group (now I’m feeling old) that has made home made jam. It definitely tastes far superior to bought, and is quite easy to make. I’ve never made Blackberry and Apple, perhaps I should get my pans out again………

    1. Camilla

      Oh do, what I love about home made jam is the different combinations of flavours you just can’t buy off the shelf too:-) And yes it is so easy, I really want more people to try jam making:-)

  116. Cheryl

    Thank you so very much for this recipie. My son and I have just made our 1st ever batch of jam and it has turned out amazingly. It also Tastes very nice too. The blackberries were from my garden and the apples were kindly given to me. Thanks again x.

    1. Camilla

      Aah, thank you for telling me – I’m so glad you both enjoyed it, it’s one of my favourites:-)

  117. Cheryl

    Thank you so very much for this recipie. My son and I have just made our 1st ever batch of jam with this recipie. It has turned out and tatstes lovely. The blackberries were hand picked from my garden and the apples were given to me. I will be keeping some of it for myself and the rest will be given for Christmas presents. Thanks again x

    1. Camilla

      I’m so glad you both enjoyed it, thank you for telling me:-)

  118. Tracy Nixon

    Mmm yummy! I love jam – so do the kids – so might have a stab at this recipe! Thanks!

    1. Camilla

      I hope you do it’s really good:-)

  119. Irene Wright

    my Mums Raspberry jam was ‘to die for’ and I have never tasted anything like it since shed died 16 years ago.

    1. Camilla

      Funnily enough my mother was telling me about her sister’s Raspberry Jam using her own raspberries and said that her’s was the best she’d ever tasted! I asked a professional jam maker recently what her favourite flavour was and she said Raspberry which was the first one she ever made! Note to self: next year pick some raspberries and make Raspberry Jam ooh I’ve got a bee in my bonnet now LOL:-)

  120. Alison Hueck

    Do you have to use cooking apples, or will eating apples work?

    1. Camilla

      I think dessert apples would be too firm where as Bramleys are more porous which is better suited to jam.

  121. Elizabeth

    We used to do a lot of blackberry picking as children in Canada. Oh the wasp stings! wasps love blackberries too! Your jam sounds lovely! I spent £40 on some posh jam making stuffs at a local shop the other day and so I really ought to get cracking and make some jam! (and you have the longest Captcha EVER!)

  122. Ursula Hunt

    Bumper harvest this year so will try to make this, first time at making jam

    1. rosie

      I’m hoping to make this tonight as it’s the easiest apple jam recipe I’ve seen. I also made some plum jam and everybody LOVES it. We have 9 more jars to get through and by the looks of it, they won’t last long!! It’s such a thrill making jam and seeing the end results being enjoyed over breakfast.
      Happy Jamming!!

      1. Camilla

        Enjoy, jam making is so fabulous:-)

  123. Ann

    We are just back from bramble picking so I looked up the net for a recipe with apples in it. Saw your recipe, off now to pick some apples from the trees in the garden to put in with the blackberries. I have never made bramble jam with apples it is usually bramble jelly I make so this will be a first for me, so fingers crossed and thank you for the recipe.

    1. Camilla

      And I’ve never made any form of jelly which I’m sure my husband would love as he’s not a fan of pips but has had to get used to them LOL. Do hope you enjoy the jam:-)

  124. Looks delicious

  125. Hazel Rea

    We have a blackberry bush in our garden which produces masses of blackberries over the season – the first year it was quite small and we froze batches until we had enough fruit to make jam.

  126. Sarah Fawcett

    Perfect, just what I needed, me, the daughter and the Retriever are going Blackberrying this weekend, I’m going to try this recipe out


    I am going to try this. Looks very yummy. I will follow your receip as I am a begginer.

  128. Lorraine

    Thank you so much for your lovely receipe. I am busy at the moment making lots of jam and chutney for our
    make and bake charity sale later in the year for Birmingham Childrens Hospital. We have foraged around the gardens where I work for the blackberries (very messy!) and scrumped apples off the tree next door! I made the first batch last night and just wanted to say it turned out amazingly well! So its back in the kitchen tonight!!

    1. Camilla

      Aah, that’s brilliant, thank you for the feedback and I’m so glad the recipe is being used for a good cause:-)

  129. Maggi L

    Beautiful! looks yummy! x

  130. Tracy Nixon

    This looks delicious! Thans

  131. Kev C

    if there’s one thing i’m not short of, its blackberries!! lol

  132. Paul Wilson

    Oo, I’ve got apples and blackberries in the garden right now.

  133. Lisa Williams

    beautiful finally an easy jam to make with my glut 🙂

  134. Paul Wilson

    Lots of apples and blackberries in the garden right now \o/

  135. Belinda Matthews

    The one thing I can gaurentee my son will eat

  136. Nicky Stevens

    Now I needn’t be so annoyed that next door’s apple tree is dropping all over my lawn, I’m off out to pick some Blackberries to go with them! thanks

  137. Kevin M

    Will have to try this – if I find any blackberries!

  138. Nutritious Deliciousness

    Really easy recipe, thanks Camilla, made some this afternoon from apples & blackberries from my garden, tastes divine 🙂 @multilayermummy

    1. Camilla

      So pleased to hear that, thank you:-)

  139. goodtasty.co.uk

    Every year when picking blackberries I think about making jam, and then feel a bit intimidated, however this recipe looks nice and simple and may save my family from endless blackberry and apple pies! 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Thank you so much. I always like to strip things back and make recipes as easy as possible because we all lead busy lives. Making jam needn’t be rocket science but having an understanding of the principles is good. But if you just want to follow a recipe that works then that’s what I’m here for. If I can encourage just 1 person to make jam who thought it too complicated then I’m a very happy person:-)

  140. Vikki

    I’m going to give this a go, thank you

    1. Camilla

      I’m so pleased, do let me know how you get on:-)

  141. Jen @ Blue Kitchen Bakes

    Lovely jam and a good way to preserve your efforts. I’ve found an excellent spot in my local park with loads of berries almost ready to be picked, just hope I can there before anyone else so I can join in the jam making too 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Thank Jen and good luck with your foraging;-)

  142. Alice Beaumont

    This looks so tasty!

  143. Jane English @ Family Clan Blog

    Looks yummy yet again, another one for the country fair competitions, perhaps. Have to admit I love the strong taste of blackberries jam.

    The crocheting is coming along fine, it’s all coming back to me now slowly, but I’m enjoying the relaxing time it is giving me.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you so much. I did contemplate a country show not far from me recently but it was £9 to get in and involved a lot of tooing and froing so gave it a miss. I’m happy with just pleasing family right now as they always give their honest opinion and so far so good:-)

      Ooh I’m really jealous of you crocheting and wish I had some time, maybe I’ll get my hook out soon:-)

  144. blueberry88

    Yum! Jam roly poly my fave!!! I didn’t realise making Jam was so simple. This looks lovely I will definitely be giving it a go! 🙂

    1. Camilla

      I really hope you do it’s such a simple yet rewarding thing to do and quite addictive I’ve found LOL:-)


    You make it look so easy! Looks delicious! xoxo

  146. Clare Webb

    I love picking fresh blackberries and making jam with them! Not too sure about apple & blackberry though, I don’t like apples.

  147. Nikki Hayes

    I’ve never tried making jam but this recipe sounds surprisingly easy, will have to give it a go sometime ;o)

  148. Paul Wilson

    My blackberries aren’t quite ready yet, but I might give this a try in a few weeks.

  149. Keep Calm and Fanny On

    What a lovely post, really reminded me of picking berries with my gran for jam and jelly – bramble always was my favourite too! These look so lovely and fruity, gorgeous colour! Thanks…

    1. Camilla

      Thank you that’s lovely to hear. My husband wants me to make bramble jelly with the second batch of blackberries I picked but I’m not keen on sieving, it’s bad enough he won’t eat raspberries which I have to sieve to a coulis!

  150. rozsarg

    My Mum use to make this jam all the time, we use to have a very big Apple tree in our Garden and my mum would take us Blackberry picking it was delicious especially on warm buttered toast.

    1. Camilla

      I don’t remember having it before but do remember my mum picking blackberries as a kid and her falling onto the brambles on a local roundabout LOL!

  151. Jacqueline @How to be a Gourmand

    Love this combination – so used to calling blackberries brambles in Scotland 😉 Well done for the foraging – looks like it was worth all the hard work in the end. Is it your favourite so far?

    1. Camilla

      I think my jam’s are becoming like children and each new one is lovely in a different, new and exciting way. Like the fruits themselves I couldn’t pick a favourite, I think it all comes down to what mood you are in as to which flavour you pick. The one thing I have learned is not to over do the set as we all prefer a soft set jam and the one I gave you could have done with a little less boiling!

  152. Javelin Warrior

    Bravo! I love that there’s no added extra pectin for setting the jam and it looks delicious. When I was a lot younger (grade school), I picked a lot of wild blackberries and raspberries that grew around the house I grew up. And it definitely was a tedious task to collect enough to do anything with!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Mark, it is a tedious task when the fruit is thin on the bushes. I once picked raspberries in the summer holidays for money and would see raspberry bushes even when I’d shut my eyes!

  153. Camilla

    Do you know I looked at a really old fashioned recipe for bramble jelly as hubby doesn’t like seeds but was put off when the recipe said to put the fruit mixture through a “net” and I wasn’t sure if a sieve was Ok? So jam it was and he ate it anyway:-)

    1. Jammy Bodger

      Fab recipe, I’m just jealous you’ve been out foraging already.Re: the net, don’t bother a jelly bag and stand make jellies really simple to make and as you make them in 2 stages they don’t seem to take too much effort.

      1. Camilla

        I just read on old Jam Recipe Booklet I once got from the National Trust and it said to make jelly using net curtains, now there’s an idea LOL:-)

    2. johanne

      Hi Camilla,

      Just made your jam but was wondering when it will be ready to eat.


      1. Camilla

        As soon as it’s cool, so I often wait until the following day:-)

  154. Becky Thorn

    I do love blackberries, my most favourite soft fruit i think. Must make some of this jam, I usually just make bramble jelly.

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