Canned Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup!


Canned Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup

Growing up my Grandma always had the biggest garden. Literally it was the same size as my house as a child. Her garden is HUGE!

My Grandma grows everything in her garden. For example you can find currents, peas, swiss chard, cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, green beans, squash, pumpkins and more. It is one of the best places on this earth! Every time some one stops by to visit Grandma in the summer the first place they go is the garden. There is nothing like picking fresh peas and eating them right then and there. Yum!

Another thing my Grandma grows in her garden is strawberries and rhubarb. Those two things together are amazing and I usually do as much with them as I can. For example this year I canned Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup, Pie Filling and Jelly!


Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup is amazing on pancakes! It is not a typical syrup that you might hear about often but it is still one of my all time favorites!


8 cups diced strawberries diced
8 cups diced rhubarb diced
14 cups sugar


1. Add strawberries and rhubarb to stock pot. Cook on medium heat stirring often. As strawberries and rhubarb start to break down you will see juice in the pan. Start to add sugar one cup at a time until all 14 cups are fully dissolved.

2. Once sugar is dissolved turn up heat to high and cook to a boil. Stir often until syrup thickens to your likeness.

3. Place in jars and water pack 15 minutes. Remember to accommodate time to your altitude!





Canned Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup is the perfect addition to any pancakes, waffles or French toast! Plus with this recipe I have enough to feed my family Strawberry Rhubarb Syrup all year!

What is your favorite syrup to put on your pancakes?


  1. Looks delicious, I remember trying Strawberry Rhubarb cobbler at a local festival when I was younger. It was so good.

  2. This looks incredible! I LOVE rhubarb, so I can’t wait to try this!

  3. oh my two of my favorite flavors in a delicious syrup so yummy

  4. I’ve been wanting to try canning something with Rhubarb, because I always hear wonderful things about it and I’ve never tasted it. I’m pinning your recipe so I can try it….one of these days! Thank you for sharing.

  5. vickie couturier says:

    I have a Rhubarb plant in my back yard it just gets bigger an bigger every year an I didn’t know what to do with it,,I made sauce to put over my husbands bisquits one time anhe like that,,but this may be something I can do wit it too,I hate to see it go to waste

  6. Oh my goodness this looks so good I think i will try your recipte thanks for sharing.

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