Did you miss our canning demonstrations at the Corn & Peach Festival, or just want to learn how to can? Not to worry, because here are all the recipes we handed out to everyone who attended! We’ve included recipes that teach you how to can peaches, freeze corn for the winter, and make pickles. Canning is not only a great pastime but also a great way to save money and batch cook for the winter.

Enjoy the taste of summer throughout the winter by canning Lepp’s Okanagan Peaches! Plus, we include syrup variations so you can make it as sweet as you’d like.

This easy Peach Crisp is made with fresh, canned or frozen peaches, plus a crunchy brown sugar oat topping! It’s make ahead and freezer friendly.

A delicious no-churn ice cream made with condensed milk and cream. Made with only 3 ingredients, this homemade ice cream can be enjoyed all year round.

Unfortunately, corn season doesn’t last all year round, so why not freeze some Lepp Grown non-GMO corn to enjoy throughout the year.

Freezer friendly, you can enjoy this creamed corn all year long with the full flavours that eating local has to offer.

Adapted from Food 52, this delicious chowder is summer in a bowl. The poblano and jalapeno peppers give it a wonderful kick which is tamed by the addition of the cream.

Restaurant dishes usually have many steps and processes, but this easy recipe comes very close. You really can’t go wrong with potatoes, bacon and corn in a creamy dressing!

They’re super simple to make as there’s no processing or canning involved, they just require a bit of space in your fridge and won’t last long if you have a pickle lover in your family.

Before pickling season is over, you’ve got to try out this Heritage Dill Pickles recipe. Full of flavour, preserving these pickles are the perfect addition to your pantry.

I have yet to meet a person that doesn’t exclaim, “where did you get those pickles!” when I serve these crisp slices. I love to name the source of my favourite recipes on my cards, and obviously, I received this recipe from my good friend, Shirley!

This creamy potato salad is packed with pickles (tip: use your homemade canned pickles in this recipe) will become your favorite spring and summer side!

Yes, dill pickle dip! It might sound a little strange, but everyone who has tried it absolutely loves it. When you make it, you’ll want to have some salty pretzel sticks handy for dipping, and your favourite local craft beer to complete the ensemble.

Lovella's Peach Pie Crust & Filling!

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