Montana Crockpot Recipes We Love

Montana Crockpot Recipes We Love

You know those days when you're feeling a little lazy or under the weather, and the thought of cooking a delicious, wholesome meal might feel out of reach? We've all been there! That being said, our go-to recipes for when we're feeling this way all center around one important kitchen tool - the crockpot
March 07, 2024
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Hut, Hut, Bite! Our Favorite Foods for Football Season!

Hut, Hut, Bite! Our Favorite Foods for Football Season!

If there is one thing we know for sure, it is that football season is back, baby! There is nothing quite like getting together with your friends, family, loved ones, and fellow football-stans for some Sunday night fun. This being said, where there is people, there must be food!

Here are our top picks for splurge-worthy football season hors d'oeuvres and quick bites:

5 Recipes for a Montana St. Paddy's

5 Recipes for a Montana St. Patrick's Day!

If you’re looking to mix up your festivities this St. Paddy’s Day look no further! Did you know that St. Paddy’s Day is also called the Feast Day of Saint Patrick? Originally St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with religious services and large feasts, it wasn’t until emigrants from Ireland came to the United States that St. Paddy’s Day became the celebration of all things Irish. So why not celebrate this St. Paddy’s Day with a feast of your own? Check out this blog from Montana Gift Corral for some wonderful recipes that are the perfect blend of Irish and Montanan.
March 18, 2022
How to Make a Charcuterie Board with Montana meats with Montana Gift Corral

How to Make a Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie is a French term derived from the root woods of chair, ‘meat,’ and cuit, ‘cooked.’ Defined as a style of cooking that produces prepared meats, such as bacon, salami, pepperoni, and sausage, the term charcuterie has evolved in popular culture to represent a meat and cheese tray with fruits, spreads, pickled items, bread, and so much more! In summary, a charcuterie board stands for a good time! 
July 07, 2021
Montana Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

Montana Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

While you’re in the yard carving your pumpkins with the family this season, remember to save those seeds! Roasting pumpkin seeds after carving can be a great family tradition. Roasted pumpkin seeds make a great snack on their own, added to trail mix, or even sprinkled on top of salads! Plus, roasting pumpkin seeds is super easy and fun! Be sure to check out our recipe below to learn how to make the best toasted pumpkin seeds!
October 08, 2020
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Wild Huckleberry Jam Recipe

Wild Huckleberry Jam Recipe

This Wild Huckleberry Jam Recipe is sure to please!

Huckleberries are a Montana state treasure.

True huckleberries only grow in the wild, and mostly on the subalpine slopes of the Northern Rockies. Efforts to cultivate huckleberries have failed so far, making them an elusive and special berry that can only be foraged in the mountains alongside the bears! 

Huckleberry food is a staple of Montana and the Rocky Mountains. Sweet and tart come together with each taste. If you're looking for the perfect gift for someone that says Montana, there's nothing better than the gift of huckleberry food! The huckleberry cannot be grown commercially, so it must be hand-picked from the fields and meadows that border the mountain ranges.

If you've ever visited on of our Montana Gift Corral locations, you've seen shelves upon shelves of delicious huckleberry products.

Today, we're going to walk you through how to make your very own wild huckleberry jam, so you may delight your friends, family and taste buds!


Prep Time: 1 hour   |    Makes 10 half pint jars


  • 1 quart of huckleberries

  • 5 cups of sugar

  • 1 1/4 cups of water

  • 1 3oz packet of liquid pectin


1. Wash huckleberries and remove all stems

2. Place your berries in a deep saucepan with water.

3. Slowly bring to a boil.

4. Once boiling, add all sugar to the mixture.

5. Continue boiling for 2 minutes.

6. After removing from heat, add the pectin and stir for 3-4 minutes.

7. Pour the mixture into the jars as quickly as possible (as the jam will start setting immediately).

8. Seal using your favorite canning method!

9. Let cool, share and enjoy!

Don't have any huckleberries? View our huckleberry jam here!

Recipe modified from Genius Kitchen.

By Zach Altman 

August 30, 2018