Don't toss out your peach scraps, make delicious peach syrup with them.

I knew there must be something you can do with those peach scraps! Don't toss out your peach scraps, make delicious peach syrup with them.

Fresh & Easy Peach Syrup (BTW, did you know you can can in the oven? Only waterbath items, not pressure cooked foods. Leave your oven on at warm (170) then load your oven, jars not touching, turn up to 250, for 80 minutes. Voila. Thanks to Connie at Dusty, WA four star for this handy time saving tip!!!)

Fresh Peach Syrup Jamie Cooks It Up! You won't believe how delicious and easy this wonderful syrup is. Pour it over waffles or ice cream.

Peach Syrup Recipe - simple classic recipe for homemade fruit syrup. Great on any breakfast - pancakes, waffles, or French toast!

Peach Syrup

Peach Syrup Recipe - simple classic recipe for homemade fruit syrup. Great on any breakfast - pancakes, waffles, or French toast!

Peach Syrup

Creative Chicks: Peach Syrup - using the peels and scraps after canning peaches Yumm! We called this "Peach Pit Jelly". Treasured, and given as Christmas presents, along with a loaf of homemade bread. Nothing better!

Homemade Peach Syrup.  I don't like peach syrup.  Usually.  This is amazing!  And, I like that it is sweetened with honey.

Homemade Peach Syrup // Tried andTasty. This is the one I am going to try. Uses 10 cups of sliced peaches, which is a little over 3 pounds of peaches.

Drizzle this delicious and easy homemade peach syrup over waffles, pancakes, crepes or ice cream for a very fulfilling and satisfying flavor. Bakerette.com

Drizzle this delicious and easy homemade peach syrup over waffles, pancakes, crepes or ice cream for a very fulfilling and satisfying flavor.

Peach Syrup for Peach Tea http://recipesforourdailybread.com/2012/07/06/peach-tea-recipe-southern/

Peach Tea Syrup

Do you enjoy a cold glass of Peach tea? Have you ever made peach syrup? It is easy and all you need is peaches, sugar and water.

How to make better than IHOP peach syrup using only the pits and skins. Super easy and you can seal the jars without actually "canning it"

How to make better than IHOP peach syrup using only the pits and skins. Super easy and you can seal the jars without actually "canning it"

Tennessee Peach Pudding | Can't Stay Out of the Kitchen | one of the BEST #peachcobbler recipes ever! A luscious syrup is poured over the #cobbler before baking making this #dessert melt-in-your mouth delicious! #peaches

Tennessee Peach Pudding is made with a tasty syrup that sinks down into the cobbler-type pudding making a crusty caramel-flavored topping.

Peach cobbler.  I used 4 cans of 15.25  peaches and used 3/4 cup of milk and 3/4 cup of peach syrup from the can, also put a little extra flour in to thicken up the batter a little more added a tablespoon of vanilla for more flavor. Added a 1/8 of salt and 2 teaspoons of baking powder as well.:

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Fruit Cobbler {converts nicely to gluten free} (Works nicely with berries. Use sugar, spice and almond meal for a lovely baked on topping)

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