Super Easy Blackcurrant Jam Recipe

East Blackcurrant Jam Recipe

After spending a day picking fruit at Brocksbushes Farm Shop, Tea Room & Pick Your Own Fruit Farm in Northumberland, it goes without saying that some delicious homemade jam was on the menu. We picked kilos of fruit including Strawberries, Raspberries, Gooseberries and Redcurrants but it was the Blackcurrants that were crying out for the jam pot. so, let’s get to it. Here is my Super Easy Blackcurrant Jam Recipe!


400g x Blackcurrants

300g x Caster Sugar

Juice of one Lemon


  1. 1. Remove stalks from the blackcurrants and wash in cold water.
  1. 2. Place the blackcurrants into a saucepan and add the caster sugar and lemon juice.
  1. 3. Bring the jam mixture to the boil and cook until it reaches 105°C or 220°F on a Sugar Thermometer.
  1. 4. Pour the mixture into hot sterilised jars. Check out how to sterilise jars here.

Making jam is a great way to preserve most types of fruit. You can use this method for most soft fruits and berries such as plums, apricots, strawberries, raspberries and many more.

Equipment List

Kitchen Scales

Jam Pan

Sugar Thermometer


I hope you enjoyed my Super Easy Blackcurrant Jam Recipe and give it a try for yourself at home! If you enjoyed this you may also like my Raspberry and Gooseberry Sorbet Recipe.

If you try out any of my recipes let me know how they worked out for you in the comments.

Thanks for reading.

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This Post Has 11 Comments

    1. tjrmint

      Hi, These are all my recipes.

  1. Geri Lawhon

    Looks like a great late night snack. Thanks for the recipe.

    1. tjrmint

      Oh yes, it is! No Problem. Enjoy!

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