Strawberry Basil Jam

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There is so much you can do with fresh basil. If you have plenty of this herb growing in your summer garden, chances are you’ll still have some left over after you make all of your pestos and sauces. Save the rest for this sweet strawberry basil jam. Get all the details you need for your next jarring day now.

Hot Chili Zucchini Marmalade

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Banish any chance of a boring cheese plate when you bring this citrusy zucchini marmalade to the table. It gets its fiery flair from fresh jalapenos and hints of warmth from cinnamon, cloves, and spicy ginger root. A generous amount of orange and lemon rind perk up every bite. Keep reading for the full recipe.

Homemade Hot Pepper Jelly with Spicy Jalapenos

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When you can’t decide between sweet or spicy, treat your tongue to a hit of both. This sugary hot pepper jelly is a sticky, satisfying condiment that marries mild bell peppers and fiery jalapenos. Whether you glaze a pork roast or drape it over a cream cheese-covered cracker, everybody wins. Read on for the recipe.

Dried Mango-Strawberry Fruit Rolls

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Skip the added-sugar-loaded, pre-packaged snacks from the store and craft these colorful dried fruit rolls instead. With a hint of woody vanilla flavor, these mango-strawberry roll-ups are sure to make a rock star addition to any lunchbox. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of fruity favorites.

Homemade Peach Jam

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This vibrant peach jam is not only delicious, it’s a jack-of-all-trades. For breakfast, smear it onto a flaky croissant. When lunchtime rolls around, nestle it between sourdough and sharp cheddar for a sweet and savory grilled cheese you’ll never forget. Keep reading to get the full recipe for this fresh fruit spread.

Get Your Hands on the Best Baked Apple Chips for Your Go-To Seasonal Snack

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Enjoy the bounty of seasonal fruit this fall with the best baked apple chips. Seasoned with a touch of sugar and a mixture of flavorful warming spices, this healthy-ish snack is oh-so-nice (and you won’t have to feel bad about inhaling them rapidly). Slice, bake, and you’re ready to go! Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Cranberry Onion Confiture with Grand Marnier

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Looking for a new twist on an old classic for the holiday table this year? Cranberry onion confiture is an easy way to dress up a traditional side sauce for a fresh flavor experience. Savory and spicy, it’s also sweetly tart, and is finished with the bright citrus flavors of Grand Marnier. Get the recipe on Foodal now.

Easy Homemade Fig Jam: No Canning Equipment Required

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Not sure what to do with an overabundance of fresh fruit? Try this easy homemade jam, made with ripe summer figs. Perfect for spreading on a PB&J or pairing with cheese and charcuterie, there’s no fancy canning equipment required. Make it on the stove, stick it in the fridge, and enjoy. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Homemade Oven-Dried Tomatoes

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Imagine the best oven-dried tomatoes, made from scratch in your kitchen. This is an excellent way to transform the harvest (or an amazing sale on produce) into a flavorful ingredient that’s delicious in dips, sauces, pasta dishes, and more. Want to learn this simple preservation technique? Get the recipe now on Foodal.

A Christmas Classic: Candied Citrus Peel 3 Ways

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Candied citrus peel is a holiday classic, perfect alongside a few home-baked cookies or chopped and added to baked goods. We’ll teach you how to make it three ways: sweet, sour, and covered in dark chocolate. Get the recipe now on Foodal.