The Quickest Easiest STRAWBERRY JAM ever! | Cupcake Jemma | Tuesday Tips | Cake Ideas | baking ideas

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I use Goo in so many of my recipes and it is SO useful to have around that I thought I’d ask Nikki to show you how to do it! You are going to need some Strawberry Goo for this Thursday’s recipe for Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes, so get Gooing!

400g frozen/fresh strawberries
125g caster sugar

Yup, that’s it.

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  1. Naomi W. says:

    I wish you could deliver down to Surrey!!!! I want some cupcakes so badly 🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁

  2. McKenna Van Vliet says:

    Love it! I’ve made the strawberry goo before and it’s super delicious! Can this be done with cherries??

  3. 09echols says:

    I make homemade strawberry goo for my strawberry cheesecake and for my strawberry topped cheesecake

  4. Henna By Farhat says:

    Can you please do a video on lamingtons. Thanks!

  5. Laura Reyenga says:

    Does this need to be refrigerated?

  6. Mae Cheah says:

    Jemma and her staffs all very natural in front of camera 😁 there is no “stage” fright

  7. claireabellabirdie says:

    How long will the Goo keep in the fridge & can you freeze it? Many thanks. Love your videos – big Cupcake Jemma fan here….!!! What I love is that you're really straight talking, natural in front of the camera & your recipes are easily achievable x

  8. Ius and The Foods says:

    No wayy. Mine is always never smooth, thick and this fast in making goo. Lol and always had some chunks when added to buttercream, I always strain them….

  9. julie slowgrove says:

    Mine never thickens as much as yours??????

  10. Lauren Borland says:

    How long does the goo keep after it’s made if it was to be refrigerated?

  11. Aiden Campbell says:

    Used this for Eton mess. Very good

  12. Aggie A says:

    Did anybody else notice that this goo recipe is different from the one Jemma put out 3 years ago? I always used that one. This one has a lot more sugar.. is there a reason for the change?

  13. Tulip says:

    Nice Video but I have a question, in Germany caster sugar is no common sugar, can I use fine sugar instead?

  14. Savvy Aviee says:

    I make this jam as well for my strawberry cupcakes. Dollar store frozen strawberries and less sugar. And right towards the end of cooking time a squeeze of lemon juice to really perk it up.
    Absolutely delicious!
    And yes it’s freezable preferably in glass so your jam doesn’t absorb that freezer taste 😝
    Last year I made a batch and froze it. Last month I cleaned out the freezer and found it. Lol. I let it sit out at room temp. It smellled fresh tasted fresh you couldn’t tell it was ever frozen!

  15. Marnee Wolfrath says:

    LMAO@ Fruit Goo. Normally that would not sound appetizing, but since it's CJ it sounds awesome!! Lol

  16. Stacy Mankhan says:

    Hi can we also use this jam in the Victoria Sponge cake?

  17. Orion Wade says:

    Soo I'm going to try this and make strawberry brownies out of it

  18. Green Meadow says:

    I know you are using this to fill cupcakes but can i use this as a filling for cakes? Or would it go all over the place?

  19. Kallan Griswold says:

    Can I use this for a cake filling?

  20. Χρυσα Κυριακοπουλου says:


  21. alina g says:

    can we decorate a cake with this jam like you can with the raspberry goo? (:

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