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    • Make Your Own Peach Delight

      I have a confession to make, I created this recipe completely on accident. I was making a lovely batch of harvest peach jam when the spice bag broke open. I let the spices simmer just a bit longer and voila! This thick sauce is perfect on Pancakes, Ice Cream, warm biscuits, as a topping for pound cake or in filled cookies.

      Hopefully, you've already Prepared your Peaches .
      Once your peaches are pitted and peeled, you'll need
      • 1 Quart finely chopped Peaches




      Add 1/4 c. Lemon Juice to your fruit, stir.



      Combine the following spices
      • 1 tsp. ground cloves
      • 1/2 tsp. ground Allspice
      • 1 tsp ground cinnamon



      In a Lg. saucepan Combine
      • 7 1/2 c. Sugar
      • Fruit/Lemon Juice Mix
      • Spice Blend
      Bring it to a boil (slowly!) over med heat until sugar is fully dissolved. Stir in 1 Pouch of Liquid Pectin and allow it to boil Hard at a rolling boil for 1 full minute.



      Ladle into hot prepared jars, (skimming foam if necessary), leaving 1/4" headspace.
      Adjust two-piece caps and process in boiling water bath for 10 minutes.



      You'll notice that Peach Delight is considerably darker than Peach Jam, this is due to the ground spices. The peaches are still prepared with either fruit fresh, lemon juice, or ascorbic acid prior to the recipe.


      What Next?
      • Harvest Peach Jam - a thick preserve of peaches for use on pancakes, ice cream, or as a filling for muffins or Coffee Cake, etc
      • Peach Halves- How to prepare peaches for Canning/ Freezing
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      Comments 2 Comments
      1. ccyy10's Avatar
        it seems so delicious
      1. sam042013's Avatar
        That looks delicious! How long will it stay fresh before it expires?

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