Can-It-Forward Day: Prepare, Can & Share


Inspired by Ball’s National Can-It-Forward Day, we’ve created an International
Can-It-Forward Day! We’ll be joining in the canning fun on August 17 in the 365 Kitchen by showing you how to make delicious SEVEN BERRY JAM.

The mixed berry jam recipe (and also some labels I’ve designed) are linked below for you to print and prepare before the day. Then you can get busy canning and share your stories and photos of your creations on the 365 Facebook page on August 17.

You can host your own canning party at home, a friend’s house or at your workplace. Canning is something that anyone can do when they have a great recipe to follow! You can follow along on the day on the 365 page - keep an eye out for tips, tricks, flavour variations and some special PRIZES on the day!

The MOST IMPORTANT STEP is to can-it-forward! Print off extra recipes to share, share your photos on your Facebook profile and give away a jar to someone at your canning party, a workmate, neighbour, family member, local farmers market stall holder - it's up to you who receives your jar!

If you're busy on August 17 and just don't have time to make a batch of jam, you can still join in the Can-It-Forward part by giving a jar of home canned goodies away.

If you’re lucky enough to live in Perth, Western Australia you can come along and join me in the 365 Kitchen on the day, from 10.00am until 2.00pm we will be canning and creating. We’ll be making several batches of seven berry jam (including several flavour variations) and you also get to take a jar home to enjoy! Spots are strictly limited to this FREE event - please use the CONTACT US page to secure your seat.

Can-It-Forward Day Poster
Can-It-Forward Day Invitations
Mixed Berry Jam Recipe
Can-It-Forward Day Jar Labels
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