Is your garden overflowing with produce? Can’t seem to eat it fast enough before it spoils? Well then, why not can it and enjoy it all year long. Canning can seem a bit intimidating at first but, it really is not too difficult and you CAN do it. I have gathered some Canning Recipes of my own plus some additional ones from around the web to help inspire you to start canning all your hard work from your garden. The best part of canning is seeing all your beautiful hard work lined up on your storage room shelf. So Rewarding.
What have you canned this year?
What is your favorite Canned Recipe?
As always, please be sure to click on the links above the image to be taken to the original sources and the tutorials.
Raspberry Jam Recipe with Pectin from The Idea Room
Dill Pickle Recipe from Lovely Greens
Homemade Cherry Pie Filling from Amanda’s Cookin
How to Can Applesauce from My Recipe Magic
How to Can Mandarin Oranges from Arctic Garden Studio
Watermelon Jam from Canned Time
Vanilla Honey Peach Butter from Nutmeg Nanny
Apricot Jam Recipe from The Idea Room
Easy Cucumber Salad from Creative Homemaking
How to can Apple Pie Filling from Melissa K Norris
Homemade Pest Recipe from Little House Living
Homemade Strawberry Jam from The Idea Room
Blackberry Applesauce Recipe from love & olive oil
Carrot Cake Jam from Wicked Good Kitchen
Canned Potatoes from Little House Living
Homemade Tomato Paste from Food in Jars
How to Can Peaches from The Idea Room
Orange Marmalade from One Hundred Dollars a Month
Homemade Pancake Syrup from Little House Living
Bottling Tomatoes from The Idea Room
Canned Green Beans from Krista’s Kitchen
Easy Blueberry Jam from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
Canning Summer Squash from Carolina Food Storage
Canned Cranberry Chutney from Alaska from Scratch
Monkey Butter from made from Pinterest
Bread and Butter Pickles from White on Rice Couple
Pickled Green Onions from The Easy Homestead
Canned Salsa from Lulu the Baker
Freezer Jam Recipes from The Idea Room
Jam Jar Labels
I am sharing some fun printable Jam Jar Labels with you. I figure that you might as well make your jars look pretty. Bottle some jam or jelly and attach this adorable label and you have a great gift for a friend or neighbor.
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