Are you interested in Preserving Peaches?
Looking for the best recipes for Peach Conserves?
Although canning peaches is more time consuming than freezing these fruits, it is definitely worth the effort.
Cans of peach preserves are always ready to be used, do not require any defrosting, and are a great to have on hand for any peach recipe, fruit salad, and just to enjoy them on their own!
Who can resist the sweet taste of peaches?
You can also make a mixed fruit conserve by canning a combination of peaches, pears and plums, for example.
Making peach conserves is a great way to enjoy the delectable taste of peaches long after peach season has passed!
Scroll down this page for links to choice recipes for Peach Conserves including peach salsa, spiced peaches, hot pickled peaches, mixed fruit conserve, cantaloupe and peach conserve, cherry peach conserve, peach amaretto conserve and more!
Spiced peach preserves is a common favourite recipe for canning peaches. If you have very small peaches on hand, canning whole peaches is a great way to use these fruits.
See Also: Fresh Peach Mango Salsa Great for a Snack with Tortilla Chips
Many people like to "pick your own" peaches, or have their own peach trees, and so they want to store a large amount of peaches for future use for baking, cooking, or to make smoothies!
Depending on the space you may have in your freezer, or personal likes or dislikes of the texture resulting from the preserving process, this fruit can be preserved using either method of storage.
I like to freeze extra peaches that I have on hand, simply because it is much quicker and easier than canning them.
I have plenty of room in my freezer for the bags of frozen peaches, and since I use them mostly to make peach smoothies and shakes, I like to use the peaches frozen, directly from the freezer.
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