7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes

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7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. Hello friends. So how are you today? Happy Thursday.

Do you also love marmalade on your morning toast? As, I know I do.

So would you like to know how to make homemade marmalade? As today, I am sharing some fun and tasty marmalade recipes.

Also, great for popping on your toast when sitting in the garden at breakfast this Summer.

Or how about afternoon tea in the garden with a cold slice of crust bread with marmalade on? So good.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out:

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. Are you looking for delicious and easy-to-make homemade marmalade recipes? Look no further!

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Also, my collection of 7 homemade marmalade recipes will satisfy your cravings for sweet and tangy citrus flavours.

From classic orange marmalade to unique combinations like Whisky sour marmalade, these recipes are sure to impress. Discover the joy of homemade marmalade today! So good.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, How To Make Pink Grapefruit Marmalade.
  • Secondly, Classic Orange Marmalade To Make At Home.
  • Thirdly, Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade Recipe To Try.
  • Fourthly, Tasty Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade Recipe.
  • Fifth, Lemon And Elderflower Marmalade: With A Lemony Taste.
  • Sixth, Mojito Lime Marmalade Recipe To Make This Week.
  • Seventh, Whisky Sour Marmalade That Would Be Great For Afternoon Tea.

A wise bear always keeps a marmalade sandwich in his hat in case of emergency- Paddington Bear.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out:

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. So yummy!! Because who doesn’t like marmalade on toast?

Transform your afternoon tea experience with these seven unique homemade marmalade recipes that will raise your taste buds to new heights.

These seven homemade marmalades promise to add a touch of creativity and indulgence to your afternoon tea, making every sip and bite a delightful experience.

Making marmalade requires specific equipment to ensure the process is smooth and successful. Here’s a detailed list of the essential tools and equipment you’ll need:

Essential Lists Of Equipment:

Firstly, A Large Pot or Jam Pan*. This would be a heavy-bottomed pot or specialised jam pan for cooking all the fruit and sugar mixture together safely.

Secondly, A Wooden Spoon or Heat-Resistant Spatula*. This is for stirring the marmalade mixture while it cooks. So that it cooks evenly.

Thirdly, A Measuring Cups and Spoons. This is for measuring fruit, sugar, and any other ingredients correctly.

Fourthly, A Citrus Juicer*. For extracting juice from the citrus fruits to make your marmalade.

Fifth, A Sharp Knife and Cutting Board. For slicing the citrus fruits nice and thinly.

Sixth, A Cheesecloth or Muslin Bag. For making a spice bag to hold seeds and pith, which will add natural pectin to the marmalade.

Seventh A Sugar Thermometer*. A jam thermometer to check the temperature of the marmalade for proper setting.

Eighth, A Ladle. For transferring hot marmalade into jars.

Ninth, Canning Jars. Mason Jars or Canning Jars*. Remember to make sure they are clean and sterilised. Various sizes can be used.

Tenth, Lids and Bands. Two-piece canning lids, with flat lids and screw bands for sealing the jars.

Eleventh, A Jar Funnel*. A wide-mouth funnel to help pour marmalade into jars without spilling the hot jam.

Twelfth, Jam Jar Labels*. For Writing the jam on and dates.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out

How To Make Pink Grapefruit Marmalade:

Recipe and image courtesy of Tate & Lyle Sugar.

How To Make Pink Grapefruit Marmalade.

Firstly, are you looking for new marmalade recipes to try out? Fancy making some easy marmalade recipe?

Fancy making some of this Pink Grapefruit Marmalade? Sharp and sassy – this is a great preserve for marmalade lovers!

Indulge in the tangy and refreshing taste of homemade pink grapefruit marmalade. This easy-to-follow recipe allows you to enjoy the bright flavour of grapefruit paired with just the right amount of sweetness.

Impress your family and friends with this unique twist on classic marmalade, perfect for spreading on toast, scones, or as a glaze for your favourite meats. Try this pink grapefruit marmalade recipe today.

Perfect for a slice of toast in the morning or a cup of tea in the afternoon. Yummy!

Even if it looks runny when you initially pour it into the jars, the marmalade will set upon chilling if you followed the directions for checking the setting point. How To Make Pink Grapefruit Marmalade.

You Might Need:

  • Tate & Lyle Preserving Sugar.
  • Jam Jars.
  • Potato Peeler.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

Classic Orange Marmalade: Great For Toast,

Classic Orange Marmalade To Make At Home:

Recipe and image courtesy of Tate & Lyle Sugar.

Classic Orange Marmalade To Make At Home.

Secondly, today I am sharing a guest post; a zesty orange marmalade recipe from Tate & Lyle. Fancy making a marmalade recipe with ordinary oranges? Or preferably Seville.

“This delicious marmalade is perfect for spreading on your toast for a breakfast treat, or adding it to a cake to flavour your baking!”

Looking for a delicious and traditional citrus spread?

Look no further than this classic orange marmalade recipe! Made with fresh oranges and just the right amount of sugar, our recipe yields a perfectly balanced flavour that is both sweet and tart.

Spread it on toast, or scones, or use it as a glaze for meats. These easy-to-follow instructions will have you enjoying homemade marmalade in no time.

Taste the timeless goodness of our classic orange marmalade today! Do you enjoy making jams and marmalades from scratch?

I enjoy inventing new recipes, and producing my own marmalade is at the top of my to-do list.

I also enjoy repurposing old jam jars. As a result, this is a terrific recipe for making something sweet at home while also repurposing your old glass jars.

Orange marmalade is also a foolproof marmalade recipe since it is so simple to prepare. Classic Orange Marmalade.

Do You Have A Citrus Squeezer?

How To Make Seville Marmalade, Cheddar And Chilli Muffins

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes.

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. Discover the perfect combination of tangy Seville marmalade, savoury cheddar, and a spicy kick of chili in these tasty homemade muffins.

Recipe and image courtesy of Tate & Lyle Sugar.

(Also, recipe Above Seville Marmalade, Cheddar And Chilli Muffins).

Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade

Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade Recipe To Try:

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade Recipe To Try.

Thirdly, so do you like to make your own jams and marmalades? Today I am sharing a tasty Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade recipe with you.

Fire up your breakfast toast with this delicious blood orange marmalade – with its kick of red chilli. Also great for afternoon tea. A great talking point too.

Add a little kick to your marmalade with this unique and flavourful blood orange and chili marmalade recipe!

Made with juicy blood oranges and spicy chilli peppers, this recipe packs a punch of sweet and tangy flavour with a hint of heat.

Perfect as a spread for toast or as a glaze for meats, these easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to enjoy this exciting twist on classic marmalade.

Try our blood orange and chilli marmalade recipe for a taste sensation that will awaken your taste buds! Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade.

Paddington Bear

Do You Need Marmalade Labels For Jars?

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade

Tasty Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade Recipe.

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

Fourthly, do you fancy making some Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade? Also, a tangy, taste-tantalising marmalade to liven up your toast!

Cook’s Tip: Even if the marmalade looks runny when you initially pour it into the jars, it will set upon chilling if you follow the directions for checking the setting point.

Looking for a fun and delicious twist on traditional marmalade? Try this tangerine and tequila marmalade recipe!

Made with fresh tangerines and a splash of tequila, this recipe creates a sweet and tangy flavour with a hint of adult beverage kick.

Perfect for spreading on toast or using as a glaze for meats, this easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to enjoy this unique marmalade flavour.

Add a little fun to your homemade spreads with our tangerine and tequila marmalade recipe.

Tate & Lyle Sugar provided this recipe for Tangerine and Tequila Marmalade. So, how do you feel about this recipe?

Anyone for a tangerine and tequila marmalade? Do you want to give it a shot? Because I am well aware that I do. Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade. So what do you think?

You Will Also Need Tequila For This Recipe. 7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

How To Make Lemon And Elderflower Marmalade

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out:

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

Lemon And Elderflower Marmalade: With A Lemony Taste.

Fifthly, if you love all things lemony, you’ll love this fabulous marmalade, with its hint of fragrant elderflower.

With a Tangerine And Tequila Marmalade earlier this week, a delicious Blood Orange And Chilli Marmalade yesterday, and now a Lemon And Elderflower Marmalade. So delicious.

Elevate your taste buds with our exquisite lemon and elderflower marmalade recipe! Made with zesty lemons and fragrant elderflower, this recipe creates a unique and refreshing marmalade flavour.

Perfect for spreading on toast, or scones, or using as a glaze for meats, our easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to enjoy this sophisticated twist on traditional marmalade.

Indulge in the delicate and delicious taste of this lemon and elderflower marmalade recipe today!

If you like lemony foods, you’ll adore this fantastic marmalade, which has a hint of fragrant elderflower in it.

1 hour of preparation | Cooking time: 1 hour and 30 minutes. This recipe makes 6 450g jars. Lemon And Elderflower Marmalade. So tasty.

This Recipe Is Made With A Tasty Elderflower Cordial.

Mojito Lime Marmalade With A Hint Of White Rum

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out:

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

Mojito Lime Marmalade Recipe To Make This Week.

Sixth, Mojito Lime Marmalade. Get your mojo going with the sharp, sassy flavour of this lime and lemon marmalade with its hint of white rum and mint.

Add a zesty twist to your marmalade with this refreshing mojito lime marmalade recipe! Made with fresh lime juice, mint leaves, and just the right amount of sugar, this recipe creates a tangy and sweet flavour reminiscent of a classic mojito cocktail.

Perfect for spreading on toast, or scones, or using as a glaze for meats, our easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to enjoy this fun and unique marmalade flavour.

Try this mojito lime marmalade recipe for a taste of the tropics!

Firstly, squeeze the juice from the lemons and limes, reserving the pips. Put the juice into a preserving pan or large saucepan.

So what do you think of this Mojito Lime Marmalade recipe? Do you also fancy trying it? Mojito Lime Marmalade. So good.

This Marmalade Is Also Made With White Rum.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

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Whisky Sour Marmalade

Whisky Sour Marmalade:

Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle.

Lastly, One Made With Whiskey.

Whisky Sour Marmalade That Would Be Great For Afternoon Tea.

Seventh, Whisky Sour Marmalade anyone? So much fun to make. Enjoy the grown-up taste of marmalade with a hint of whisky with this Whisky Sour Marmalade.

Experience the perfect blend of sweet and smoky with this whisky sour marmalade recipe!

Made with fresh oranges, lemons, and a splash of whisky, this recipe creates a delicious and unique flavour that will tantalise your taste buds.

Perfect for spreading on toast or using as a glaze for meats, also this easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to enjoy this sophisticated twist on classic marmalade.

Impress your guests with our whisky sour marmalade recipe and savour the complex flavours of this irresistible spread.

So much fun. Great for afternoon tea. So what do you think of this Whisky Sour Marmalade recipe? Do you also fancy trying it? Whisky Sour Marmalade. So good.

7 fruit marmalade recipes for you to try out today. Or also tomorrow, or the next day :). So do you fancy trying any of these recipes? Because I know I do!

So Which sugar is best for marmalade? These recipes all use Tate & Lyle Preserving Sugar.

What is the secret to good marmalade? Choosing the best fruits, having all the right equipment, knowing the right timings and adding the right sugar.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. So yummy. Updated Post. Recipe courtesy of Tate & Lyle Sugar: This recipe is made using Tate & Lyle Sugars, for more delicious recipes visit Taste And Smile.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out:

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I also hope you liked this post. These recipes are also made using Tate & Lyle Sugars, for more delicious recipes visit Taste And Smile.

So I hope you have enjoyed today’s post. So if you like, you can also share your thoughts here in the comments below. Thank you so much for stopping by. Also an update post and photos. First published here 5th July 2019.

7 Home Made Marmalade Recipes To Try Out. Claire Justine Oxox- Over 50s Lifestyle Blog. You can also read more about me here: Over 50s Lifestyle Blog. Also, follow along On Facebook And Instagram for more fun posts.

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Paddington Bear Inspired Recipe: Did Somebody Say Marmalade?

So to celebrate the launch of Paddington Bear coming to the big screen in November, 50 statues of the fictional bear are on the streets of London.

Today I have a guest post from Borough Market’s with an ultimate marmalade sandwich recipe. Paddington Bear Inspired Marmalade Recipes.

Marmalade Recipes Pinterest Board:

Visit My Marmalade Recipes Pinterest Board:

Discover the sweet and tangy world of marmalade with my Pinterest board, “Marmalade Recipes.”

This tasty collection is your go-to source for everything marmalade, offering a delightful array of recipes that transform simple citrus into a versatile culinary gem.

So from classic orange marmalade to creative blends like Whisky Sour Marmalade. My board showcases recipes that are perfect for spreading on toast, glazing meats, or adding a burst of flavour to your favourite desserts.

Each pin provides step-by-step instructions, beautiful imagery, and tips to ensure your homemade marmalade turns out perfectly every time.

Also, follow our board, get inspired, and start creating these delicious preserves that will add a bright, zesty touch to your kitchen creations. So dive into the vibrant world of marmalade and discover new ways to enjoy this timeless treat. Marmalade Recipes Pinterest Board.

A wise bear always keeps a marmalade sandwich in his hat in case of emergency
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24 Comments

  1. Jean | DelightfulRepast.com
    18 July 2023 / 16:09

    Claire, I love marmalade on my toast, and I must try some of these, starting with the pink grapefruit. Of all the marmalades I’ve made and posted, my favourite is kumquat. I’m sure the pink grapefruit will be a strong contender!

  2. Niky
    7 May 2023 / 00:19

    Oh, this looks gorgeous AND delicious! I’d love to have some on a warm scone or popover!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Niky

  3. Christy G
    6 May 2023 / 06:31

    Yum. I’ve never tried making marmalade before. I’ll have to give it a shot with these recipes.

  4. 12 January 2023 / 19:59

    These look and sound fantastic! I would love to try the whiskey sour marmalade!

  5. 10 June 2022 / 11:11

    I love marmalade, but I’ve never actually made it myself. I’m lucky to have a couple of friends who often make a batch and like to give it to their grateful friends!! Some of these recipes sound amazing.

    • 25 June 2022 / 07:28

      Aww, that is lovely. Love homemade jam and marmalade.

  6. 7 June 2022 / 02:50

    I love orange marmalade. I’ll have to try making my own.

  7. Chandhini
    18 May 2020 / 16:20

    These look lip smacking. Your photography is awesome.

  8. Heather
    8 July 2019 / 13:28

    I do love marmalade but I’ve never tried making it myself! Will check out these recipes!

  9. Patrick Weseman
    7 July 2019 / 02:29

    That looks so yummy. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you are having a wonderful weekend.

  10. Maureen
    6 July 2019 / 22:01

    This is so cool Claire! I didn’t know there’s so many recipe to make marmalade (shows you that I don’t cook much)! I would love to try the Mojito Lime Marmelade! Sounds delightful! I hope you are having a great weekend so far and happy Saturday!

    Maureen

    • 15 July 2019 / 10:34

      Thanks Maureen. I love trying new flavours. My favourite is Strawberry ones.

  11. Cheryl Shops
    5 July 2019 / 18:45

    These all sound good, but I’m particularly intrigued by the mojito lime marmalade! Have a fantastic weekend!
    Cheryl Shops

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