Instant Pot Blueberry Jam
Two ingredients are all that is required for this incredible Instant Pot blueberry jam. Preserve those blueberries from your garden, or the stockpile you purchased on sale at the store. This is the easiest jam recipe that is bursting with fresh and vibrant flavors.
Blueberries and honey are all that is needed to make your homemade blueberry jam! Crazy, right?! Slather in an English muffin, swirl into homemade yogurt, or top your morning toast. However you serve up this jam, it will be a show stopper. Also, check out my Instant Pot Strawberry Jam if you are a fan of strawberry.
2 Ingredient Instant Pot Blueberry Jam
One of my boy’s favorite fruits is blueberries. I love being able to make fresh blueberry jam for them. These are the moments that make owning an instant pot priceless.
Because blueberries are already stemmed, it makes it one of the easiest berries to make jam out of. No real prep required, just wash, dump, turn on and wait for that release in pressure. Smooth, straightforward, with an incredible result.
How Long Does it Take for Blueberry Jam to Set
Generally, you want to give the jam a 24-48 hour window for it to set up. Now you can serve up the jam right after you pull from the Instant pot if you want, sometimes it can just take time for it to reach full thickness.
How to Store Your Blueberry Jam
I like to place it in glass jars and seal the lid on. Then store in the refrigerator until we are ready to eat it. You can also tie a ribbon onto the jar and hand it out to friends and family as a gift as well!
Do Blueberries have Pectin
Yes, blueberries naturally have a lot of pectin. That is why you will find this jam sets up rather well on its own without needing added ingredients.
How Long Does Blueberry Jam Last
If you choose to can your jam; you can expect it to last up to 2 years. This means you can, with a hot water bath, and then store in a pantry that is cool and dry. Once you open the jam, it can last up to three months opened in the fridge.
How to Thicken Blueberry Jam
If your jam isn’t thick enough for your liking always add in some chia seeds. This is an excellent thickener for your jam that will also add more health benefits to your tasty jam! I like the jam as it is, but you can always thicken it to fit your preference.
How Do You Seal Jam Jars Without A Canner
Spoon your jam into your sterilized hot jars. Then add a jar lid, and place the top on, and screw on your band and then add your jar to boiling water. Let it boil for 10 minutes. Remove the jars carefully, and listen to hear that classic “pop” sound to make sure the jar has sealed.
This Instant Pot blueberry jam truly is a breeze to make. Once you make it for yourself, you won’t want to buy jam again!
- 1 qt blueberries
- 1 ½ cups honey
- Place the honey in the pot of your instant pot and turn on sauté.
- Heat until honey is melted, it should take 1-2 minutes
- Add in washed blueberries and stir to coat.
- Manual high pressure for 2 minutes
- Do a natural release
- Turn your pot on sauté mode once more and let the water boil off. This took about 10 minutes for fresh berries.
- After your jam is thick enough to coat the back of a spoon, remove from the pot and place in a jar. Let cool completely and store in the refrigerator and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 260 Sodium: 3mg Carbohydrates: 69g Fiber: 2g Sugar: 63g Protein: 1g