Learn how to dry rose hips, make puree, and rose hip fruit leather.
This delicious marmalade recipe uses red grapefruit and lemon instead of oranges.
Plum Jam Recipe. Take advantage of fresh plums in season to make delicious plum jam.
This marmalade blends lemons, oranges, and grapefruit. It makes a lovely gift from the kitchen for any occasion.
If you like apple butter, try this version using bananas, cherries, and golden raisins.
Fresh fig preserves are flavored with lemon juice, cinnamon, and ginger root.
Pomegranates make a fabulous jelly. You will need a lot of pomegranates to make this from scratch, but you may substitute juice.
Marmalade was originally made of quince fruit. Here is a traditional recipe for quince marmalade which also uses lemons.
Nectarines add an interesting touch to orange marmalade. It makes a lovely gift from the kitchen.
Oranges and lemons join fresh blueberries in this easy marmalade. Using liquid pectin makes it virtually fool-proof.
Bartlett pears are added to traditional orange marmalade. Great gift idea.
If you don't like beets, this will make a believer of you. If you do like beets, you will be in ecstasy. Very quick and simple to make.
Use this creamy maple syrup spread on bread, pancakes, muffins, toast, and biscuits.
Simple lime marmalade uses only 3 ingredients. The recipe is easy, but will take some time.
Simple lemon marmalade uses only 3 ingredients. The recipe is simple, but will take some time.
Quick marmalade made with kiwifruit and lime is made in the microwave.
This is a good way to use up those green tomatoes in your garden.
Carrots add an interesting flavor to lemon and orange marmalade.
Spiced pumpkin butter is similar to apple butter, but with the hearty flavor of pumpkin.
Persimmons are flavored with fruit juice, herbs, and spices to make a quick and easy jam.
Made from yellow tomatoes and spices, this marmalade may be used as a condiment or spread.
This recipe uses Caribbean sweet potatoes called boniato.
Homemade orange marmalade cooks up fast in the pressure cooker.
Fresh rose hips make an easy but delicious jelly.
This is a slightly sweet condiment with a slightly spicy bite, good with beef, chicken, sausage, lamb, game, and vegetables.