Fig Jam Four Ways | Love and Olive Oil
There is something comfortably familiar about fig jam. It's hard for me to place, because I don't remember eating any fig jam when I was a kid; in fact, my only exposure to figs was
You can thank my daughter for calling these little balls of delight "Figgy Bites". She gets full credit for naming them. I was going for the obvious choice: Fig Balls. I think she was a bit embarrassed...LOL I am loving them no matter what we call them. They disappeared from our fridge really fast. In my mind it is like eating just the center of a Fig Newton. This used to be my favorite cookie before I found out that my body doesn't like wheat. Some day I hope to work on a gluten free Fig…
Slow Cooker Fig Preserves | My Menu Pal
Fig Preserves in the slow cooker, but could always be done on the stove top if you prefer. I cut my figs in half since they are so large, but using them whole would be fine too. Cook until you get the right syrupy consistency for your tastes.
Freezing Figs For Later
Currently I am living with my sweet in-law family as my husband and I build our house. And they have a garden! ---totally cannot wait to have my own garden! They also have two fig trees! I want to make some fig preserves and some strawberry-fig jam, but I'm limited on space and I don't have my caning supplies on hand as they are all still in storage. I just can't handle watching the figs fall off the tree! What?!? NO! After reading that figs can be frozen for up to 6 months, I decided to do…