Canned – Spiced Honey Vanilla Peaches!

Spiced Honey Vanilla Peaches


I am a sucker for peaches! Recently I found two bushels of peaches at my front door. My Uncle has a Peach Tree in his back yard and this year he had an abundance of peaches that he decided to share with me. I was thrilled!

As I was debating what I was going to can with this years peach crop I decided upon Spiced Honey Vanilla Peaches. I had never canned these before but they sounded amazing and I knew that I had to give them a try!




7 lbs peaches peeled and sliced
2tbs vanilla extract
4 cinnamon sticks
1/2 cup white sugar
1 cup honey
2 cups water


1. Wash peaches and score an X at bottom of each peach.

2. Blanch peaches 1 minute in boiling water.

3. Immediately place blanched peaches into ice water and let sit for 1 minute.

4. Peel skin from peaches.

5. Slices peaches and remove from seed.

6. In large saucepan bring vanilla, cinnamon, honey, sugar and water to a boil over medium heat. Add sliced peaches and cook for 3 minutes. Pack peaches and liquid into sanitized quart jars leaving 1/4″ headspace. Take a butter knife along inside of jars to remove air bubbles. Place lids and process 30 minutes (remember to adjust for altitude).

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Oh my goodness these peaches are amazing! I ended up canning 16 jars of them about a month ago and I only have 6 left! My family can’t get enough! Next year I will make sure to can many MANY more jars! Yum!


** Please remember canning can be dangerous. If you have never done this before then please read up on the importance of canning properly. Botulism  is a very serious illness! 


  1. I’ve never eaten it, but I really looooooooove what I see here 🙂
    We have great peaches now and I’d like to try this

  2. You lucky, lucky girl – fresh peaches and you actually know their origin.

  3. What a delightful treat! I pinned this onto my Pinterest board. I g have never tried anything like this. and it looks so fresh & delicious.

  4. Debbie Welchert says:

    These sound wonderful. I think I’m going to have try these. My family is going to love these and they sound so simple to make.

  5. I love peaches, and they look really yummy!

  6. These sound wonderful! Thanks for the tips!

  7. john hutchens says:

    these sound very good I will give this a try with my next batch of peaches that I am finishing this weekend

  8. Yumm! These sound so good! My parents did a lot of canning, but I have never tried myself. If I ever do…these will be at the top of my list!

  9. Betty Baez says:

    Yum we love peaches! I wish we could grow them here!

  10. willis flanagan says:

    I saved your recipe. I have a beautiful peaches each summer and would love to try this.

  11. This sounds amazing. I have only canned strait peaches and sugar, sure would be nice with added flavor. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Sounds delicious I have a peach tree that is overflowing. Thanks fir sharing

  13. Looks so good! Thanks for sharing
    Would love if you would come link up and share!

  14. These look great! Our canner has been going almost nonstop. I am going to have to find myself some organic peaches and try this! 🙂 Thanks for linking up with “Try a New Recipe Tuesday.” I hope you will be able to join us again this week.

  15. These look AMAZING! I love canning and will definitely be trying this recipe out.

  16. looks yummy 🙂

  17. These look amazing. I have a peach orchard that I like to go to.

  18. Tanya Holland says:

    These sound delicious. I have never tried them but I love peaches and vanilla.

  19. This sounds wonderful….my family would love them. Thank you for posting this.

  20. These sound awesome even though there’s a lot of sugar in them. I’d make them with a lot less sugar and allow the liquid to continue to cook until thickened so it gets the sweetness from the reduced syrup.

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