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Freezer Rasperry Jam

Freezer Raspberry Jam tastes like the berries were just plucked off their thorny branches; you will lick the bowl clean when you make this recipe!
Course Preserves
Cuisine Canadian
Prep Time 2 days 6 hours
Total Time 2 days 6 hours
Servings 12 cups
Author Valerie Lugonja


  • 9 cups of fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 10 cups of sugar
  • 2 170 mL boxes of liquid pectin (Certo); there are 2 pouches per box


  1. Gently measure the berries into a large bowl, ladling the sugar between the berries
  2. Gently stir the sugar into the berries, working to not break the berries
  3. Once the berries and sugar are combined, let the concoction sit; gently stir every half hour for 4-6 hours until the sugar is dissolved
  4. Add pectin one pouch at a time; gently stir in each until completely combined
  5. Once all pouches have been added and combined; place mixture into jars and tightly seal
  6. Leave on counter at room temperature for 48 hours; freeze and serve as needed