Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Top It Off... Blueberry Topping



Blueberry Topping

Found on Pinterest

NOTE: You can use pretty much any fruit - Raspberrys, Peaches, Etc.

NOTE: Use to top ice cream, cheesecakes, or even as a pancake syrup. 

Makes 16 pints 

3 qt water or flavor juice of what your canning 

2-1/2 c sugar 

1-1/2 c perma flo (is a cornstarch used by the Amish or you can use Clear Jel) 

5 qt smashed blueberries

1 tsp canning salt 

3 tbsps of lemon juice 

Heat sugar, in 2 qts of juice until boiling. Meanwhile, mix perma-flo or Clear Jel and 1 qt of juice in a separate bowl. Add perma-flo or Clear Jel to boiled water or juice and last add 1 tsp salt and 3 tbsps of lemon juice and stir till the thickness you like. Add the thickened sauce to 5 qts of smashed blueberries.

Put into jars to 1/4 inch headspace and put in water bath canner and bring to boil and process for 10 mins

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