Easy Blueberry Jam Recipe

Pump up the jam.

Did I just make you relive the late 80s? Tell me you danced to Technotronic’s famous hit. In my husband’s words “is there any song you didn’t dance to?” Dancing is my cardio and yes, while making this blueberry jam, you bet the last song syndrome happens to be pump up the jam.

Now going to the real jam; when was the last time you bought a jar? I gotta tell you, I haven’t bought in ages because jam is fairly easy to make it. In fact, you can jam-mify any fruit you love. Making it does not involve any special cooking skills, other than 25 minutes of patience!

Easy Blueberry Jam Recipe

This blueberry jam has all the right texture and sweetness. Spread over toast, waffles or pancakes, promise you’re not going to buy any jam ever again. Here’s a very easy recipe for you!

5 from 3 votes
Easy Blueberry Jam Recipe
Blueberry Jam Recipe
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
30 mins

Spread over toast, waffles or pancakes, this blueberry jam has all the right texture and sweetness to it.

Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: American, English, French
Keyword: blueberry jam recipe
Servings: 6
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 3 tbsp light brown sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 star anise
  • 1 tbsp tapioca flour
  • dash nutmeg
  1. Combine all ingredients in pot except tapioca flour.

    Boil then reduce heat. 

    Add tapioca flour.

    Simmer in low heat 25 minutes. Stir every now and then.

    Let it cool. Store in mason jar. Refrigerate.

Thanksgiving is next week. You can replace blueberries with cranberries, totally your call! As a side note, if this is your first thanksgiving as vegan, here are some tips to live by as you interact with your non-vegan loved ones.

Easy Blueberry Jam Recipe

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16 thoughts on “Easy Blueberry Jam Recipe

  • 5 stars
    How exciting! I’d love to make a jam! And if I make it good enough — great gift idea! Im exciting to try this on a weekend!

  • My husband is from Maine so we always have blueberries around – this sounds like a great stocking stuffer for him! Thanks for the easy to follow recipe!

  • So happy you made blueberry jam!! You don’t really need the tapioca flour – just cook it a little longer. Blueberries have a lot of natural pectin. Next time I make blueberry jam, I’ll try adding the spices you suggest 🙂

  • MarciaF

    I love blueberry jam and jelly. It doesn’t have the sweetness that others do which is what I enjoy about it. Sounds delicious.

  • I’m so picky with jams. I struggle with texture and anything with pieces of “stuff” (I know it’s fruit) I can’t eat….same with Yogurt and peanut butter – no “things” can be in it. Basically – the jam has to be filtered and “juice” only. 🙂

  • 5 stars
    I LOVE blueberries!!! I swear everytime I eat them, I remember being a kid and sitting in fields eating them while wondering if a black bear would show up.

  • My Nail Polish Obsession

    Sounds delicious! What does star anise taste like?

  • Ehmkay Nails

    No anise for me but everything else sounds delicious in it!

  • Jen Walker

    Blueberry jam is a favorite although I’ve never made it before! I’m currently enjoying some fig jam I made with the figs grown from my tree.

  • 25 Sweetpeas

    Homemade Jam is always the best! We make homemade strawberry all of the time!

  • I really need to try making my own jam! My mom used to make this tomato jam that was AMAZING.

  • 5 stars
    Sounds delicious and easy to make. I wouldn’t have thought to add Anis that’s a good tip

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