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Peach Raspberry Jam

Peach Raspberry Jam

Peach Raspberry Jam

"Back when my children were young, I put up about 100 jars of jams and jellies each summer, including this freezer version," notes Mrs. Donn White form Wooster, Ohio. "Although I don't make that many now, I do stir up a batch to give to neighbors at Christmastime."

Pear Raspberry Jam

Pear Raspberry Jam

Pear Raspberry Jam

I give this sweet and tangy jam as a Christmas gift. In this part of the country, pears and raspberries are in plentiful supply, but frozen berries work just as well.

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

Raspberry Rhubarb Jam

I love making and enjoying this jam, but I usually end up giving most of it away! It's always a well-received gift. —LaVonne Van Hoff, Rockwell City, Iowa
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Strawberry-Kiwi Jam

Strawberry-Kiwi Jam

Strawberry-Kiwi Jam

"My family always gives jams and jellies as gifts and everyone appreciates it. Strawberries and kiwi make a wonderful combination." Kathy Kittell, Lenexa, Kansas

Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Butter

Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Butter

Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Butter

You can spread Diane Widmer's apple butter on thick and still enjoy a breakfast that's thin on calories. She shared the recipe from her home in Blue Island, Illinois. For a smoother texture, use tender varieties such as McIntosh or Cortland apples.

Cherry-Raspberry Jam

Cherry-Raspberry Jam

Cherry-Raspberry Jam

When sour cherries and red raspberries are in season, I always freeze some with this recipe in mind. I've been making jams and jellies for years, and friends and family agree this is the best I make.

Cider Jelly

Cider Jelly

Cider Jelly

For a tasty jam during the fall, try this cider. The candy adds a wonderful cinnamon flavor.—Donna Bensend, Dallas, Wisconsin

Highbush Cranberry Jam

Highbush Cranberry Jam

Highbush Cranberry Jam

Although not true cranberries, highbush cranberries also have tart red fruits that can be used in cooking. This is a lovely spread with mouthwatering tangy flavor.—Evelyn Gebhardt, Kasilof, Alaska

Mint Jelly

Mint Jelly

Mint Jelly

One whiff is all it takes to tell what we grow on our farm—peppermint! Harvesting 300 acres is hard work, by the invigorating scent keeps our taste buds tuned for minty treats. I use fresh mint or mint oil frequently in my cooking and baking. Try this aromatic jelly on lamb or oven-fresh biscuits.—Kandy Clarke, Columbia Falls, Montana

Orange Pineapple Marmalade

Orange Pineapple Marmalade

Orange Pineapple Marmalade

This sweet citrusy marmalade from Stephanie Heise of Rochester, New York is perfect for spreading on English muffins or biscuits. It also makes a delicious housewarming or hostess gift.
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