101+ Canning Recipes for Food Storage

Mom with a PREP | 101+ Canning Recipes for your garden produce, game - all to build your food storage to prepare for any emergency!

Canning season is getting into full swing around most of the country, so here are 101+ canning recipes to help you preserve your garden bounty!

If you are interested in Dehydrating food for long-term food storage, check out this post: 101+ Dehydrator Recipes.

This is not the be all and end all of recipes as there are more than anyone can count, but this is a good basic resource on how to can the most of what you produce or stock up on. There are many recipes for doing things several ways, so if the ketchup recipes here don’t inspire you, go to Pinterest – it’s an awesome source to find things quickly.

*Please follow standard canning guidelines for safety and long-term storage. Some of these recipes may fudge a little on he guidelines – use your best judgement and own discernment when following them. I’ve tried my best to make sure they are all safe!

Get Started Canning  •   Safe Canning Guidelines   •   How to Store   USDA COMPLETE GUIDE TO CANNING

FRUITS

Apples

Apples 2

Applesauce

Apple butter

Apricots

Banana

Blackberries

Blueberries

Cranberry Juice

Dandelion Jelly

Figs

Grapes

Grapefruit

Grapefruit – Juice

Oranges

Peaches

Pears

Pineapple

Plums

Raspberries

Strawberries

Tomato (See under vegetables)

VEGETABLES

Asparagus

Beans

Beets

Broccoli (but I would love to know if anyone has been successful at this. The USDA does not recommend for texture/flavor issues)

Carrots

Corn

Cucumbers – see “Other” below

Garlic

Green Beans

Green Beans – Dilly Beans

Greens

Jalapenos – Pickled

Jalapenos- Candied

Kale

Okra

Peas

Potatoes

Pumpkin

Rhubarb

Rutabaga

Squash

Sweet Potatoes

Tomato Paste

Tomato Sauce

Tomato Sauce – rotel

Tomato Stewed

Tomato Whole

Zucchini

MEAT

Bacon

Beef

Beef – Ground

Chicken Breast

Chicken

Fish

Fish – Smoked

Lamb

Pork

Rabbit

Sausage


JAMS, JELLIES & CURDS

Amish Peach Jam

Apple Jelly

Apricot Jam

Blueberry Jam

Carrot Cake Jam

Grape Jam

Jalapeno Mint Jelly

Lemon Curd

Orange Marmalade

Peach Jam

Plum Jam

Raspberry Jam

Strawberry Banana Jam

Strawberry Kiwi Jam

Watermelon Jam

PIE FILLINGS

Apple

Cherry Plum

Rhubarb-Strawberry

OTHER

Butter / Ghee – this is a controversial item to can, so be educated.

Broth – Chicken

Broth – Beef Broth – Vegetable

Cheese

Ketchup

Mushrooms

Pickles – Dill

Pickles – Bread and Butter

Pickles – Kosher

Pickles – Sweet

Pizza Sauce

Relish – Dill

Relish – Sweet

Salsa

Salsa Verde

Strawberry-Lemonade Concentrate

Strawberry Pancake Syrup

Tomato and Apple Chutney

Tomato Juice – like V8

MEALS IN JARS

Bean Soup

Beef Stew

Chicken Vegetable Soup

Firehouse Chili

Meatballs

Mexican Chicken Soup

Navy Bean & Ham Soup

Pork & Beans

Sloppy Joe Mix

Spaghetti Sauce with Meat

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Canning Resources

If you find any recipe here that does not follow safe canning guidelines (I may have already noted something), please let me know. I tried to be sure that all recipes were taken from reputable canning sources.

Canning Equipment

 

If you don’t know where to start or what equipment to buy – here are my best suggestions!

 

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  1. JeanneS says

    The link to canning broccoli says 10 pounds pressure for 1 minute. There’s no way that 1 minute can be adequate for food safety with a non-acidic food! Sad, too, because I love broccoli and would love to find a way to home-can it safely without it becoming mush. But I don’t think it can be done; otherwise you’d be able to buy canned broccoli next to the canned corn & beans at the supermarket.

    • says

      Jeanne,

      Thanks for catching that – I think it’s a typo on their part and since I won’t ever be caught canning broccoli because I can’t stand the stuff (GRIN), I didn’t catch it since I never tried it. I know there are youtube videos canning it, and sites who do, but the USDA does dissuade home canners from preserving broccoli in this manner. It can easily be frozen, though. I will make note, but will leave a corrected link for everyone to make their own decision. Thanks!

    • says

      Must be sub-conscious because I hate the stuff LOL I seem to remember not finding many that weren’t pickled, then never going back to research (because, again, I hate the stuff). I found one and added it for you!

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