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Garden Therapy’s Most Amazing Canning Recipes

It’s that time of year again. The time where you think, “Hey, I should buy a truckload of fruit and make some jam.”. I hear you; I’m right there with you. As I sit here writing I have cases of peaches awaiting their fate as the best ever Peach Brandy Preserves. Then the figs will come in silver bowls delivered by my neighbour who can’t possibly eat the fruit from five fig trees ripening at once. Good news for me as I can give away (or consume) cases of fig preservesgarden therapy -  most amazing canning recipes

If you are looking for a little inspiration you have come to the right place. I like to combine flavours, celebrate what’s in season, and can what’s fresh, wild, or local. I’ll keep adding to this list as I add new recipes, so bookmark or pin this page and come back when you want to get your canning on!

PS: I have a whole bunch free printable canning labels as well. Check them all out here.

Most Amazing Canning Recipes

Strawberry Freezer Jam

Low Sugar Strawberry Freezer Jam

Strawberry Balsamic & Black Pepper Preserves

Organic Strawberry Jam

Bumbleberry Jam

blackberry jam

Stupendously Simple Wild Blackberry Jam

Black and Blue Berry Jam Recipe

Blood Orange and Raspberry Jam Recipe

Spiced Peach JamPeach Brandy Preserves

Balsamic-Caramelized-Figs

Balsamic Caramelized Figs

The ultimate in salty and sweet - Olive and Fig TapanadeOlive and Fig Tapanade

 

Bourbon Cranberry Sauce Recipe

The Perfect Thanksgiving Gift: Bourbon Cranberry Sauce

Orange Ginger Cranberry Sauce

Pickled Golden Beets with ginger and star aniseMy Famous Pickled Golden Beets with Ginger and Star Anise

Tarragon Pickled beetsTarragon Pickled Beets

Zucchini Relish Recipe

Fallen Applesauce

The Rise Again of the Fallen Apples

Sour Cherry Jam

fill lemons with kosher salt - how to make preserved lemons

Preserved Lemons RecipePickled Easter Egg pink purple red Radishes (via Garden Therapy)

Pickled Radishes

About the Author : StephanieAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie

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