Canning Inspiration: Peaches

Sweet, juicy peaches are in peak season in December/January here in Australia. I found that it's handy to have a list of canning recipes to use peaches in when you buy in bulk or have excess that you have grown if you're lucky enough to have a peach tree! So I've put together a list of canning (preserving) recipe ideas below that use peaches, to inspire your next canning creation!

        
Flavour partner/s:
  • Almond
  • Bourbon
  • Brandy
  • Champagne
  • Cinnamon
  • Ginger
  • Honey
  • Passionfruit
  • Pineapple
  • Raspberry
  • Rum
  • Vanilla Bean
  
Pureed:

  •  Peach Butter
  •  Peach Honey Butter
  •  Spiced Peach Butter

Halves / Sliced / Diced:

  • Peaches in Syrup
  • Peaches in Apple Juice
  • Honey Spiced Peaches
  • Almond Peaches
  • Peaches in Rum
  • Brandied Peaches

Jams, Jellies & Conserves

  • Peach Jam
  • Peach Amaretto Jam
  • Peach Ginger Jam
  • Peach Passionfruit Jam
  • Peach Preserves
  • Peach Pineapple Jam
  • Peach Cinnamon Jam
  • Raspberry Peach Jam
  • Peach Raspberry Champagne Jam
  • Bourbon Peach Jam
  • Peach Rum Sauce
  • Peach Vanilla Jam
  • Spiked Peach Jam

Other:

  • Peach Fruit Leather
  • Peach Wine Liqueur
  • Peach Pie Filling
  • Dried Peaches (dehydrated)

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