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Honey Peach Preserves made with fresh picked peaches and sweetened with honey. Amazing on toast, biscuits, and waffles!

 

We love homemade jams at our house. On toast, as pancake topping or on a sandwich. What I don’t like is the high amount of sugar that most jam recipes require. With the last of my peaches I decided to make a batch Peach Preserves using honey as the sweetener. The key is to make sure your fruit is perfectly ripe- letting the natural flavors and sweetness shine. This is a simple recipe- only 3 ingredients that will let you enjoy that great peach taste with a light sweetness all winter long!

 

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Honey Peach Preserves

honey and peaches

Here is what you will need (makes 4 pints):

15-20 Peaches

1/4 cup of lemon juice

1-2 cups honey (depending on your taste)

*I think peaches have enough natural pectin, but if you want you can also add a little bit of low/no sugar pectin.

 

What to do:

Start by peeling your peaches and removing the pits.

Then you want to chop up your peaches. I like mine chopped pretty small, so I pulse them in the food processor. You can also just dice them up by hand.

Place them in a large pot and stir in the lemon juice and honey.

Heat the mixture to boiling- stirring frequently. Turn the heat down to a simmer and cook- stirring frequently- until the preserves start to thicken up- maybe 30 to 45 minutes.

Place in clean, sterile jars and top with clean lids. (I’ve had good luck with the reusable Tattler lids)

Process in a Boiling Water Bath for 10 minutes.

It’s that easy! Try a batch and let me know what you think!  It goes great on top of my buttermilk biscuits!

 

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