10 Beginner-Friendly Canning Recipes To Get You Started

Canning is a time-honored culinary tradition that allows you to savor the flavors of your favorite fruits, vegetables, and even homemade sauces year-round. Whether a beginner or a seasoned home cook, canning offers a delightful way to preserve the season’s bounties and enjoy them long after disappearing from your garden or local farmer’s market.

Here, I’ve collected ten safe, beginner-friendly canning recipes that will fill your pantry with vibrant, delicious jars and provide you with the satisfaction of creating your own preserved goodies.

Discover some delightful recipes perfect for those just starting in this incredible (and addictive!) culinary adventure.

Easy Homemade Strawberry Jam Recipe

Homemade strawberry jam in a bowl and in a bread topping also with in a jar.
Photo Credit: Fox Farm Home.

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Peach Salsa Canning Recipe

A bowl of peach salsa with crackers around.
Photo Credit: Everyday Shortcuts.

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Canned Cherry Tomatoes

A jar of cherry tomatoes with raw tomatoes and salt beside.
Photo Credit: Crave The Good.

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Peach Jam with Pectin

A plate of juicy peach jam with pectin in a plate.
Photo Credit: Garlic & Zest.

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Sweet Red Pepper Jelly With No White Sugar!

A sliced of colorful sweet pepper.
Photo Credit: Camp Brighton.

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Easy Spiced Cranberry Jam

A jar of spiced cranberry jam with a right balance of sweet and tart, with a hint of orange and lots of warm spices.
Photo Credit: The Practical Kitchen.

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Home Canned Pears in Syrup Recipe

Three jars of pears in syrup.
Photo Credit: Masala Herb.

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Sea Buckthorn Jam Recipe

Jam on toast.
Photo Credit: Let’s Go Tomato.

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French Tomato Coulis + How to can it

A jars of french tomato coulis with fresh tomatoes beside it.
Photo Credit: Masala Herb.

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Homemade Applesauce

A bowl and jars of homemade applesauce with 2 spoon beside.
Photo Credit: The Art of Food and Wine.

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