Saturday, July 07, 2012

Peach Jam & Preserves Cricut Cartridge

Happy Saturday Everyone!

I have been having so much fun learning how to can and preserve!  Here is some of the Peach Jam I made using the recipe from the Pectin package.  I used the quarter pint jars so that I can give them to friends with a fresh loaf of homemade bread.  I used the Cricut Preserves cartridge to add the peach to the top.  Hope you enjoy!!  The peach is my favorite so far.  I've made peach, raspberry, and peach/raspberry combined.  YUMMY!!




20 comments:

  1. Oh Robyn I love it. This is what I have been wanting to try. I need your recipes . I haven't had this since my grandma made it when I was a little girl. I won't tell you how old I am now :) I love all your projects. You inspire me. Please send me your recipes.
    Liz grandmaliz95@aol.com

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  2. Love it...I haven't tried to make jam. Lee-Ann :)

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  3. great treats for anyone..so fun with the jar topper.

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  4. This is on my "to do" list - learn how to jam! And yours came out so cute (and I am sure delicious!!!)

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  5. Robyn, it looks wonderful! For us peaches are not bountiful yet, but I do expect them before August. I remember when my kids were little I would can at least 2 bushels of peaches for our house and then help my dad peel his as he would can 3 bushels! He loved Peaches!

    cbarwick@comcast.net

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  6. When I was in my 30's we were lucky to move on acreage next to an Grandmother who was raised on a farm. She taught me everything about gardening, canning and freezing. My family loved all the wonderful things I put in the cupboards and freezers. I miss doing that now.

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  7. What a woderfull way too make a gift. I started to preserve pears you can stew last year. And I was looking for the preserve cartridge, but it is hard to find here. Love to see what you preserve next.

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  8. Yummy looks so cute to give as a gift. I have never tried doing that before. Thanks for sharing
    Shanna Wilson

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  9. Yum! I'm sure I've said this before, but I wish I had your energy and motivation.

    pawprints...

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  10. That is something I once did. And my almost seventeen year old granddaughter reminded me how she loved picking raspberries and have me make jam with them when she and and siblings came to visit.

    That is a very much appreciated gift. Keep on enjoying to make jams and jellies.

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  11. Momof4inArlington7/08/2012 7:13 PM

    What a delicious idea! I used to sit at the kitchen counter with my great-grandmother, helping her peel peaches for preserves. As a mother, I've only done this to make cobbler. I haven't made preserves in about 25 years! You are a true "domestic goddess"!

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  12. Oh! Peach raspberry sounds lovely!!! I need to learn how to do this too! I know they have some great videos on Youtube! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  13. What wonderful gifts! Been thinking about getting that cartridge too!!

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  14. I've made our jams as well and there is nothing as good as fresh jellies and jams!! I wish the preserves cart would have been out way back them. lol I guess I will just have to start back up again making my own and giving as gifts. Your bread and jam looks delish!!!

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  15. Very cute - we are in the middle of strawberry freezer jam production!
    Happy jamming!
    Noelle

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  16. Looks yummy, especially next to that homemade loaf of bread :)

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  17. Robyn you must be reading my mind because my peach tree have so many fruits I real need to make soothing of them. Peach jam sounds fab! Thanks as always for the inspiration.
    Judy

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  18. Great idea with the cricut cutout! My husband does a lot of canning with hot peppers and I might just have to put my own "cricut" touch to his jars :-) Thanks for sharing!!

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  19. Such lovely little homemade gifts

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