Fresh Spiced Peach Jam Recipe
Fresh peaches are cooked down with cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice into a spiced jam that will be a welcome addition to the breakfast table.
Simple, spiced preserves lets you enjoy summer's ripest peaches all year round.
Crystallized ginger adds a tasty bite to this sweet peach jam. Reduce the amount of sugar if your peaches are really ripe.
Catch the sweet flavor of sun-ripened peaches in a jar with this delicious peach jam spiked with amaretto liqueur for a subtle almond flavor.
1st time I made this I didn't understand why no pectin was used, so used a bit of liquid pectin at the end to give it a thicker consistency. 2 wks later we opened a jar & must admit, ok on hot bread/toast, yet served cold from the frig. it was a bit too stiff - tastes GREAT tho'! BATCH #2: Made it again (no pectin). Delicious & better consistency! So far I used the called for 6 cups of peaches. Each time I only got 4 EIGHT oz. jars of jam instead of the full 5 SIXTEEN oz. jars the recipes says it'll make. Am I the only one w/this prob.? 3RD TIME: Used 12 cups peaches & doubled rest of recipe. Got TEN 8 oz. jam jars instead of just four. Took more time, but was well worth it! PERFECT gifts for the holidays!
Give your homemade peach jam a subtle kick with the addition of habanero peppers. Serve over a block of cream cheese with crackers for an easy appetizer.
This came out perfect. The spices were so delicious with the peaches! I made no changes at all. I bought more peaches so I could make it again this week... we've already finished the 3 jars I originally made!!
Pineapple and peaches combine into a versatile jam that can be served as a warm duck sauce alongside savory dishes.
A bounty of fresh peaches is a terrible thing to waste. Don't let them go bad — use your farmers' market haul to make delicious jams that you can enjoy months after peach season.
These fragrant preserves are simple to make, and may be stored. Toast and biscuits will never taste the same again!