Instant Pot Blueberry Maple Compote

Instant Pot Blueberry Maple Compote Classic compote recipes include large amounts of white sugar, but this version relies on a more modest amount of real maple syrup for a bit of sweetness. Although this recipe uses fresh blueberries, lemon juice, and cinnamon, feel free to add any combination of fresh berries, citrus juice, and seasonings…

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The Best Organic Applesauce ever

Homemade organic applesauce in 30 minutes. I love going to the local Organic U-Pick farm. Rather than pick our selves, we cheated and grabbed two boxes of apples for me to use. That’s 80 pounds of apples since each box weighs in at 40 pounds a piece. My son had been nibbling away at them…

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Gluten Free Canning: The Basics

How to Master the art of Canning and Preserving When I was young, our family would go to the U-pick farms and spend two to three hours reaching up into trees and pulling off the most fabulous tasting peaches and apples you have ever eaten. We would pick tomatoes and green beans until your back hurt! There were…

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Organic Gluten Free Jams and Jellies

DIY Organic Fruit Sauce Seems I’m not the only who likes to make their own organic gluten free jams and jellies. Barbara is a dear lady that I met at the GIG convention. She heads up the Twin Cities GIG gluten free chapter there. ( Another reason to go to conventions: you get to meet…

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Gluten Free Recipes: Zucchini Relish

Since last time, I need to show you the fruits of Roy’s and my labor. Time to break out the pics of gluten free zucchini relish. I used zucchini instead of cucumbers because my garden produces a bumper crop of them compared to cukes. Making relish with them helps to use up as many as possible and no one can really tell the difference. It tastes and looks just like cucumber relish. This stuff is great on burgers, hotdogs and as the main base for a yummy potato salad. I get raves over mine all the time. In fact, we just celebrated my dad’s birthday with a pool party and I was told to bring….. yep, potato salad. So, without further ado, here is the recipe.

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Gluten Free Recipes: Organic Apple Blackberry Jam

I just finished up a round of Apple Blackberry Jam made with organic fruit.  My son has already wolfed down two 1/2 pint jars. Seems I’ll need to make another batch in a couple of months. The price you pay for fame! It’s such a joy to know that your gluten free recipes are a…

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Gluten Free Recipes: Peach Jam

Now that you’ve met my helper Roy, I’m going to show you what we’ve been up to. When you make your own jams, jellies, relishes, sauces, or whatever, you are in control. You get to chose what goes in to your gluten free recipes. You get to decide how much sugar you want or what…

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Gluten Free Recipes: Summer Time Canning

Gluten Free Recipes for Canning Coming Soon It’s summer time and everything is ripe and ready for picking. Time to get out the canner and jars and lids and start putting up some yummy relish and jams using gluten free recipes. I’ve been canning all weekend. Decided to make some sweet pickle relish, peach and…

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Gluten Free Recipes: How to Make Pumpkin Butter

Forget hours of baking your pumpkins, do this instead to have puree in 30 minutes. On the quest for a good recipe, I started scanning my cookbook shelves (of which I have many). Finding the canning books, I figured, there’s got to be a couple recipes for pumpkin butter in my 18 cookbooks on canning,…

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Gluten Free Recipes: Homemade Organic Applesauce

This past October, we went to a local U-Pick farm and grabbed two boxes of apples for me to use. That’s 80 pounds of apples since each box weighs in at 40 pounds a piece. My son had been nibbling away at them and I probably ended up with 70 pounds this past week. Not…

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