Homemade peach marmalade recipe

Peaches season is almost over, but you may still have some peaches even if you make some delicious peaches pie like this and you may wondering what makes from the rest of the peaches.

So you can make this tasty homemade peaches marmalade and I promise you gonna love it. So tasty. You must try. I promise you in the winter it will be like the taste of the summer.

Homemade peach marmalade recipe


I just love this marmalade and I eat it in many ways.

Spread on toast. On my Sunday pancakes. Also, I put this marmalade to my oatmeals It just simply delicious. It is pretty amazing on everything and with lots of healthy fruits.

Easy homemade peach jam recipe

This marmalade is super simple. Only with four ingredients, you can make this perfect marmalade.

If you don´t peaches you can make this marmalade recipe with some other fruits like with strawberries, raspberiess, blackberries or any other fruit you may have.

Tip before you will start fill glasses with marmalade, put glasses for a few minutes to oven and let them warm. Be careful. They will be a hot little bit.

Try and enjoy!



Prep time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 15 minutes

Yield: 6 glasses (of course depend on glasses size, this were smaller, prepare for sure more)


1000 g peaches

500 g sugar

1 pack of Gelfix classic (I use Dr. Oetker, but you can use any other)

½ tsp citric acid



1. Prepare some glasses for the marmalade.

2. Cut peaches little on the top to a smaller cross and put them into hot water. Then after a minute pell of the skin from them. It should be easier now. Remove the pits and cut peaches into small pieces.

3. Put them into a pot. Into the pot add also Gelfix with 2 tbsp of sugar and mix it. Cook for 1 minute and stir. Then add the rest of the sugar plus citric acid and bring it to a boil. Then cook 5 minutes and stirring continuously.

4. Meanwhile, Heat the glasses in the oven. When is marmalade cooked fill glasses immediately. Sometimes the marmalade still bubbles and the glasses are hot. Be careful not to get burned. Quickly close and turn the glass upside down for five minutes. That´s it.


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