You can preserve this peach butter recipe for the pantry, or keep it in the fridge. It’s easy to make and tastes great on toast or ice cream.
But canning isn’t the only way to preserve food for long-term storage. In addition to water bath and pressure canning, dehydrating fruits and vegetables, fermentation, and freezing are other methods to try. Start with the food preservation method that seems most doable to you. Soon you’ll have a pantry full of produce to enjoy in the off-season.
Even if you don’t have ripe grapes on hand, you can whip up a batch of jelly. This grape jelly recipe can be made even in the winter with this little trick.
These lightly sweetened chai spiced peaches will rock your pantry! This recipe for canned peaches makes a shelf-stable product rich with summertime flavor.
Keeping a jar of pickled onions in the fridge means instant flavor! Add these flavorful veggies to sandwiches, top a salad, or chop them into potato salad.
This easy fig jam recipe starts with fresh figs & is sweetened with honey & maple syrup. This fig spread is a snap to make in a slow cooker!
If you’re tackling home food preservation, it’s critical to know what’s safe and what’s not. Is Instant Pot canning too good to be true?
Homemade mango jam brings the flavor of the tropics to your morning toast! Make up a batch and preserve it for the pantry.
This easy to make savory-sweet caramelized onion jam recipe is a great way to preserve onions. It’s divine on toasted baguettes with goat cheese. Or pizza.
This easy tomato jam recipe makes a sweet and savory spread that’s a good addition to a BLT or grilled cheese sandwich.