Growing up, I always knew pie meant one thing…jam roll.
I’m not sure where the tradition started, but I remember my English grandmother and my mom making them – often using strawberry or raspberry jam as the filling. It’s a completely genius way to use up scraps of pastry left over from pastry making and there’s something so right about warm jam between a crispy layer of pastry.
Here’s how it’s done.
1. Reform your pastry scraps into a ball and roll out to 1/8″-1/4″ thick.
2. Spread a thin layer of jam over the pastry bringing it almost to the edges. To keep it added sugar free, use only jam made with 100% fruit. I used Crofter’s wild blueberry jam here.
3. Fold one of the long side over to the middle.
4. Repeat with the other long side.
5. Then fold both short ends over and press to seal.
6. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a 350 degree F oven for about 20-25 minutes or until the pastry is a light golden brown.
7. Let the jam roll cool slightly before slicing and serving…preferably with a cup of tea.
I would love to hear back from you on this…have you made jam rolls from left over pastry scraps before? Or do you have another brilliant method that’s become a tradition in your family? Tell us in the comments!
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