Pomona’s Universal Pectin is a “must have” in my kitchen during canning season. I’ll share what makes it unique and how to use it for delicious jams, jellies, and spreads.
These easy cherry preserves capture two classic flavor combinations – Chocolate cherry and cherry vanilla. You can use either recipe for topping yogurt or ice cream, waffles, pancakes, this no bake cheesecake – or you can eat them straight out of the jar. We’re using sweet cherries for these recipes. I like Bing cherries for…
These apple preserves pair big slices of apple with cinnamon spiced brandy-infused syrup. They’re yummy on toast or pancakes, yet fancy enough for gift giving. Quick tip – try a batch of these preserves without the calcium water and pectin. You’ll have a perfect spiced apple topping for cheesecake or ice cream.
Strawberry vanilla preserves are a yummy twist on homemade strawberry jam, perfect for showcasing small, sweet berries. It’s wonderful on ice cream or cheesecake, or drizzled over biscuits.
This easy orange marmalade recipe gives a light and sweet orange flavor with a lot less sugar than traditional recipes. It’s a perfect way to capture citrus season. We use Pomona’s Pectin to speed up cooking and reduce the sweetener. Later in the post, we cover some marmalade history, and a traditional orange marmalade recipe.