Get your daily dose of apples with this tasty homemade fruit spread. Enjoy the sweet and sticky treat of apple butter on pancakes, toast, or by the spoon. You only need apples to make this recipe, and lots of them. Find out about the secret of this gooey and simply delicious treat on Foodal. Get the recipe now!
Are you curious about how to make your own natural, crystalized ginger? Sweet, spicy, chewy, crunchy – Foodal has the perfect recipe for you, and you only need two ingredients! Whether you want a quick tummy tamer or an exciting new garnish for your next dessert, these candies have exactly what you’re looking for. Keep reading now on Foodal!
Looking for a new twist on the old jelly recipe? Try this marmalade made with zucchini and hot peppers. It works great as a spread, topping over pork or mutton, and much more. Read on and learn how to make it!
Like a little orange jelly with your toast? Want to make your own? Read our easy-to-follow recipe, and you’ll be jamming in no time. Make it at home now.
Perfect seasonal comfort food, homemade peach jam and easy to make. Delicious on warm toast on a chilly Fall morning and of course you can enjoy it all year so make some now!
Homemade tomato spaghetti sauce. Fresh, delicious, healthy and you can save and use all year long. Much better than store bought. Make it in the Summer when tomatoes are fresh, seasonal and economical.
Dehydrate your own chilis! Not only are they beautiful but they last forever and are a necessary part of many recipes. Learn how here.
Canning healthy applesauce saves a lot of money, and provides local fruit all year round too. It may seem a daunting process, but it’s actually easy.
Want a quick, easy, and healthy homemade snack that’s perfect for fall produce and back to school snacks? Foodal has you covered with these simple and tasty kale chip recipes in a variety of flavors. You can even use Swiss chard, broccoli leaves, and other hardy greens to make this crispy, craveable treat.
Dehydrate your morel mushrooms when they are in season to enjoy them all year long. Much better than freezing.