Palisade Peaches!


I just lovvve peach jam on pancakes. Every summer I split a flat of peaches with a friend. So one batch down, one batch to go. If I have a few left over I’m going to try peach salsa. I’ve never made salsa before but everyone says it’s sooooo easy. I’m not posting the recipe for my peach jam because I use the recipe for “cooked jam” from the instructions in the Certo box. My only suggestion is to have everything pre-measured before you begin the cooking process. Once it starts boiling everything goes pretty fast from there. If you’ve never made jam before I’d encourage you to try it. It seriously is not hard.  Any kind of berry jam is also very good. Here’s the link for Certo Peach Jam:

Before . . . Peaches

After . . . Peach Jam

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Hi, I'm hoping that my blog and my experiences will help to encourage you. Our journey through life can be unpredictable at times but KNOW that if you are a believer in Christ, HE will always have your best interest at heart! (Even when things don't make sense!) Toodles

2 responses »

  1. so I’ve been think of doing some canning, we will see how far I get with that idea….this looks like a “small” batch if the amount of peaches in the bowl produced the amount of jars in your picture. Are smaller batches easier to do over a period of time?


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