Can of peaches

Can of peaches

Can of peaches

I went to the store, I bought a can of peaches, but when I got home the can was empty.


Finding good peaches outside of summer time is nearly impossible. That's why we like to either freeze or can them. Freezing peaches is great for when you want fresh, uncooked peaches like in this raspberry peach upside-down cake. Canned peaches are great for any cooked peach recipe. It's a shortcut to peach crisp or a peach pie. My favorite is to eat them straight from the jar! Properly sealed jars will last for months stored in a dark cool place. Once opened, peaches last for about 2 weeks in the refrigerator.

Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Fill a large bowl with ice water. Using a pairing knife, cut a shallow “x” into the bottom of each peach. (Source: www.delish.com Add peaches to boiling water and let boil for 3 minutes. Remove peaches and place directly in bowl of ice water. When peaches are cool enough to handle, peel peaches. (Source:www.delish.com))


Slice peaches and discard pit. Divide peaches between 4 sterilized canning jars, being sure to leave about 1” of space from top of jar. (Source: www.delish.com)

A step by step tutorial for Canning Peaches with a water bath canner. All you need is ripe peaches, jars, sugar, and water! (Source: tastesbetterfromscratch.com Pour simple syrup over peaches, leaving about 1/4” of space from top of jar. Gently tap jars on counter to settle peaches and syrup. Add more syrup as necessary to each jar. Tightly seal jars with lids. (Source:www.delish.com tI love canning peaches and us

My kids LOVE helping me can peaches! If you love preserving delicious things, check out my canned Applesauce, canned tomatoes, and blackberry jam or raspberry, strawberry, and peach freezer jam. (Source: tastesbetterfromscratch.com)ing them to make homemade peach cobbler all year round! (Source:astesbetterfromscratch.com)))

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