Crabapple Jelly isn’t a treat you will likely find in your grocery store’s jam isle. For many people the taste of this uniquely sweet and bitter mix reminds them of their grandmother’s cooking or their mom’s yearly canning routine. I had never considered making it before, but this year noticed that the little crabapple tree […]
This sugar-free strawberry jam was very easy to make. Around 35 minutes from beginning to end. No pectin, and I added some chia seeds for added nutrition.
If you are lucky enough to grow your own or find whole pineapples on sale like we did, then go ahead and make this delicious pineapple jam. This recipe is great and perfectly made safe for water bath canning so you can enjoy it all year long. Although, it may not last until your next […]
What’s the difference between a preserve and marmalade? Is it easier to make jam or jelly? What tools do I need in my kitchen to get started? If you find yourself wondering some of these things, you’re not alone. Many products are derived from fruit and I’ve always been a little confused by the differences […]
What do you do when you end up with a couple pounds of strawberries? Make jam of course! But you who know me, know I’d never do just plain ol’ strawberry jam. So I decided to try my hand at Strawberry Rhubarb Balsamic Jam. It turned out great!
I thought that 20 pounds of peaches was going to be a lot more than 50 peaches. However, I’ve called upon some homestead blogger friends and together we’ve compiled the following list of several different ways to devour these scrumptious little golden orbs.