Canning & Preserving

Buckwheat and Sunflower Seed Pizza Crust (raw, gluten-free)
"When I make this recipe, I usually prepare four small crusts and store them in the refrigerator. When I feel a craving for a pizza, I take one out and add my favorite toppings. Let your imagination run wild and see what flavor combinations you can come up with to make the perfect raw pizza... More »
Carrot Apple Butter
This yummy carrot apple butter has just a hint of cinnamon and vanilla. A wonderful combination for an Easter or weekend brunch. More »
Berry Smoothies (vegan, kid-fav)
Berry smoothies have become popular breakfast foods and snacks for many families. And for good reason: kids love the taste and can design their own smoothies, and parents can feel good about giving these nutritious drinks to their children any time of day. More »
Kiwi and Strawberry Flan
"I refer to this dessert as my jar of vitamins. Kiwis are known for providing abundant potassium and vitamins C, E and A. Don’t tell the kids — let them think this dessert is just, well, delightful," says Andrea Jourdan, author of 150 Desserts in a Jar. More »
Okra and Squash Gumbo (vegan, gluten-free)
Serve this hearty dish on a cold winter night with your favorite crusty bread for dipping. More »
Home Preserving Gift-Giving Ideas
Gifts of preserves are wonderful to give and to receive. Fun combinations of savory preserves wrapped in clever packaging are certain to thrill any recipient, and you'll know you're giving a gift made with love. Be sure to label each jar with the contents, your name (it's nice for people to know... More »
Chile & Tomato Chutney (Vegan)
Too many things in the oven? Use your slow cooker instead! Serve this fiery chutney with any curry and rice dish that might welcome a hit of spice. More »
Pineapple Mint Chutney
Pineapple and mint are two flavors that just seem natural together. More »
Sour Cherry Jam
Sour cherries make a delicious, slightly tart jam. More »
Apple Rum Raisin Conserve
Simply delicious — a perfect blend of complementary tastes! Toast the nuts, if desired, before adding them. More »
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