Recipes

Fig Fruit Spread

Love jams? With just three ingredients, this Fig Fruit Spread comes together in a snap. Although it contains much less sugar than a traditional jam,...

Sweet Corn Relish

Enjoy the fresh flavors of summer corn with this Sweet Corn Relish. Keep a batch in the refrigerator to use as a dip with chips or pita crackers. You...

Low Sugar Strawberry Fruit Spread

Although this Low Sugar Strawberry Fruit Spread contains much less sugar than traditional jam, it tastes wonderful! Perfect for English muffins, toast...

Lime Filling or Spread

Perfectly tangy and superbly smooth – this Lime Filling or Spread is similar to a curd, but less dense. Use to spread over a pie, stuff it into a...

Lemon Filling or Spread

Not too sweet and not too tart, this Lemon Filling or Spread is similar to a curd, but less dense. Use it to fill a jelly doughnut or pastry, or...

Low Sugar Raspberry Fruit Spread

Although this Low Sugar Raspberry Fruit Spread contains much less sugar than traditional jam, it tastes wonderful! Tastes great on English muffins,...

Strawberry Lemonade Jam

Enjoy the taste of summer year-round. Strawberry fields and a summer lemonade stand come together to create this delicious Strawberry Lemonade Jam....

Raspberry Butter

Raspberry Butter is a sweet and creamy spread that's delish on rolls, scones, biscuits, waffles, pancakes, toast, and so much more. This fun, flavored...

Homemade Plum Jam

With just two ingredients, this Homemade Plum Jam is easy and makes the perfect topping for biscuits, pancakes, toast or crepes. Technically it’s not...

Colored Sugar

Simple party trick: replace white sugar with purple sugar and WHAM, you have a party on your hands! Colored sugar adds a unique, decorative touch to...

Cherry Pie Filling

Not overly sweet and perfectly tart, this Cherry Pie Filling makes a killer (and easy) pie. It's also delicious as a topping for pancakes, ice cream...

Green Tomato Sweet Pickles

Just like Grandma used to make! This vintage recipe for Green Tomato Sweet Pickles was originally published in the 1949 edition of "So You're Canning...
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