Canned Peaches


Canned fruits contain many vitamins and minerals that are needed during the winter season. Canned peaches were previously considered a delicacy, but now this fruit is grown not only in warm countries, but also in regions with a temperate climate. The peach tree can produce large crops, so you need to know how to make canned peaches for the winter in order to enjoy the healthy fruit not only in summer, but also in winter.

Recipe for peaches in syrup for the winter

Photo of peaches in syrup for the winter

To make delicious peaches in syrup, you need to pick whole, dense fruit. In this recipe, peaches can be closed whole or in halves.


  • Peaches - 1 kg;
  • Sugar - 500 g;
  • Citric acid - ½ tsp;
  • Water - 1 l.
Interesting! Because of the soft rind with an abundance of villi, peaches are difficult to wash for preservation. Therefore, many hostesses before conservation, not only wash them, but also remove the skin.


  1. Peaches are well washed. During washing, it is important to rub them with your hands so that the skin is well cleaned.
  2. The washed fruits are put into sterilized, dry jars.
  3. In a skillet stir syrup interferes. To get a good syrup, you need to take about 500 grams of sugar per liter of water. When the syrup boils, they pour the peaches in the jars and leave until the syrup cools.
  4. When the liquid has cooled, pour the syrup back into the pan, bring it to a boil and pour it back into the jars.
  5. After cooling, the syrup is re-drained, boiled, add citric acid and poured into cans. Now you can roll up the containers, turn them around and wrap them in a thick blanket.

When canned peaches cool, they are removed in the pantry.

Canned whole peaches

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Photos of whole canned peaches

While rolling up the whole peaches one must remember that such preservation is eaten first of all, within 1 year. Then peaches spoil and become unsuitable for food.

Ingredients (two 3-liter jars):

  • Peaches - about 30 pieces;
  • Sugar - 1 kg;
  • Water - 5 liters.


  • Fruits to get rid of tails, leaves and wash thoroughly. Peel can be left, but better to remove. On some varieties of peach skin is easily removed, on others it is bad. If she does not want to leave, she can be cut with a sharp knife. The second option - put peaches briefly in boiling water. The skin from them after that will peel off.
  • Banks are sterilized and dried, and then filled with prepared fruit.
  • In the pan is made of syrup from water and sugar. When it boils, the fruit is poured over it, and after 5 minutes it is poured back into the pot and again brought to a boil.
  • When the syrup is again boiled down, it is poured into jars and rolled up. Boiled caps are used for seaming.

The finished preservation is turned upside down and covered with a rug for a day.

Spicy canned peaches for winter

Photos of spicy peaches for the winter

Peaches for the winter can be made not just sweet, but spicy. The following recipe includes cinnamon, cloves. But if you like some other spices, you can include them or replace them with those that are in the recipe.


  • Peaches - 3 kg;
  • Sugar - 1 kg;
  • Carnation - 5 pcs .;
  • Ground cinnamon - 1 pc .;
  • Vinegar (8%) - 0.2 l .;
  • Water - 1.5 liters.
Important! For canning, only the best peaches are taken, without damage, spoilage.


  1. Peaches are washed. For this recipe, it is important to use dense peaches so that they do not start falling apart in a can. After the peaches are washed, they must be dried on a towel.
  2. Water is boiled in a skillet with cloves, cinnamon and sugar.
  3. When the peaches dry out, they are laid out on the sterilized banks entirely and filled with syrup when it cools.
  4. To preserve not exploded during storage, it is necessary to sterilize the jars under the lids (not rolled up).
  5. After sterilization, preservation rolls over, turns over, cools the night under a rug, and then it can be carried to the pantry.

Peach recipe in its own juice

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Photos of peaches in their own juice

Peaches in their own juice for the winter is not only tasty, but also useful. They are obtained as natural as possible, with a rich, not diluted taste.

Ingredients (about 3 half-liter jars):

  • Peaches - 12 pcs .;
  • Sugar - 240-300 g;
  • Citric acid - 1.5 tsp.


  1. Fruits must be thoroughly washed. Peel can be left or removed as you like. Peaches are cut into 6-8 parts, if the fruit is small, then you can into 4 parts.
Important! Finely chopped peaches in jars can quickly soften and lose their shape. Therefore, for this recipe fruits are taken dense, you can be slightly greenish, but the main thing is that they are juicy.
  1. Most of the segments are decomposed in banks, but you need to leave a little.
  2. From above, the lobules in cans are filled with sugar and a small amount of citric acid. In this form they are put in the fridge to let the juice.
  3. During the night, the juice will stand out a lot, and the fruits themselves will settle a little. The extra space in the banks the next day is filled with the remaining lobules.
  4. Finished jars must be sterilized in a saucepan. If the containers are half-liter, then 15 minutes will be enough.
  5. After sterilization, preservation is sealed and inverted. In the bundled up state, it should stand for a day, then it can be removed to the rest of the blanks for the winter.

In this recipe, the peaches are cut into small slices, so you can use damaged fruits, broken, all the same, all bad will be cut off.

Canned peach halves for the winter

Photo of canned peach halves for the winter

You can make canned peach halves not only with sugar, but also with honey. The recipe described below is distinguished by its sweetness and pleasant rum flavor.


  • Peeled peaches - 3 kg;
  • Peach kernels - about 10 pieces;
  • Sugar - 750 g;
  • Honey - 250 g;
  • Rum;
  • Water - 1 l.


  1. Peaches cut in half stacked in jars.
Interesting! The best preserved preservation, which is timely and properly sterilized.
  1. In a saucepan boil water with sugar and honey. When the syrup boils, it is turned off and allowed to cool. Only after that they poured peaches in cans.
  2. In each jar except for syrup, 2 tablespoons of rum are poured, and 1-3 kernels of seeds, cleaned from hard skin, are put.
  3. Preservation is sterilized and sealed with lids that are pre-boiled.

Canned peaches are a treat for children and adults. They can be eaten throughout the year, but the most delicious, of course, in the winter, when there is not enough fresh fruit. When making such a dish, it is worth remembering that the peaches themselves are non-nutritive, but because of the abundance of sugar in the recipes, ready meals for people with diabetes or on diets are not recommended. Although if sugar is replaced by fructose, then in small quantities and with the permission of the attending physician, you can eat dessert.