Preserving Cherries

Preserving cherries

How to preserve cherries by canning, freezing, dehydrating, making cobbler recipes, and more!

Preserving Cherries Pages

Canning Cherries

Make convenient jars to have on hand for making pies or cobblers, or just pouring over ice cream. 

Click here for complete instruction on how to can cherries.  

Freezing Cherries

This method of freezing cherries makes it so you can just pull a few from the freezer and pop them in your mouth. YUM! Cold and icy.

Click here to learn about how to freeze cherries.

Cherry Jam

Opening a jar of jam is a special treat anytime. But in the middle of the winter, it's summer in a jar!

Click here to learn how to make cherry jam.

Cherry Pie Filling

Making sweet cherry pie filling is a snap if you can this ahead of time. Enjoy cherry pie year 'round!

Click here to learn how to make cherry pie filling. 

Cherry Cobbler Recipe

Old-fashioned goodness with a simple, old-fashioned recipe. Does it get any better? Here's a recipe to make cherry cobbler.

Click here to learn about making cherry cobbler.

Fruit Leather Recipe

This fruit leather recipe isn’t hard to make, but it's delicious and allows you to avoid excess sugars and dyes from store-bought fruit rollups!

Click here to learn more about making this fruit leather recipe.

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A Cherry Pitter that Works

After a lot of frustration and trying several kinds pitters for our cherries, we finally found a cherry pitter that works.

Click here to learn more about this great cherry pitter!

Page last updated: 2/5/2020.

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