Fig preserves are simple and easy to make. Old fashioned fig preserves are made from figs, sugar, water. Our fig preserves recipe was passed down through our family for generations. These preserves are made by slow simmering the figs, sugar, and water. We show you how to easily make and can them.

Real old fashioned fig preserves require about 2 hours of simmer time. Then canning fig preserves is quick and simple. We show you how easy it is to make and can these preserves. No water bath. I had forgot about making fig preserves in years until a couple of years ago. After making a batch, I planted 4 fig trees of my own.

If you have only made the fake strawberry preserves using figs, you really should try this recipe. This is truly old fashioned and the fig preserves have a unique flavor that is awesome on biscuits.

The taste of these old fashioned fig preserves will make you want to make these every summer. My grandparents made these preserves until the kitchen was full of canned fig preserves. The simple and easy fig preserve recipe is include in the video.

This is not fig jam. With these fig preserves the figs are left whole and allowed to cooked down to make preserves. Bring on the southern biscuits and let’s eat!

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  1. James L

    Perfect proportions thanks. I preserved about 5 litres (bit more than a gallon) today. I threw the lemon rind and a teaspoon of tartar into the pot, just to be sure (too many not-quite-set preserves in my past)

  2. Lee Ackerson

    Of course there are germs on the lid which need killing; you put your fingers all over the lids after boiling them in water.

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  4. Judith Burry

    This looks great, I live in Crete, Greece and figs here just drop on the ground. I must try this recipe but can you share how you eat them. Please.

  5. Dan Printz

    I'm new to canning… I've never seen your way of canning figs although I like it, a lot!!! My question is my canning book & National Center for Home Food Preservation says to water bath can figs. What's the difference? Dan

  6. Ben Sutherland

    Great recipe and well done video! Just finished up my first batch. They came out nicely.Thank you very much, Jamie.

  7. Patricia Sears

    Thank you. I’m canning figs now, but the way my mom did it is taking longer. Putting jars on a pan in the oven will make sterilizing jars easier than putting in a pot of boiling water. Thank you!

  8. Zane McElroy

    Our figs are nearly baseball sized and still pretty green when sweet and starting to bustin open. Our jam and preserves are ugly but good. Can't figure out what's going on with our tree. Weird species I guess.

  9. Shirley Hill

    Forever years ago I tried to make Fig Preserves to no avail. I saw your video and thought hummm, I think I am going to try it and … wow … the figs turned out awesome and I will be making them every year. Thank you for sharing.

  10. SAL

    I didn’t know about turning the jars over. I’m going to do that from now on. I just started making preserves this spring. I started in May with wild blackberries. Then I made peach, blueberry, more blackberry (cultivated variety). My husband says we have enough preserves now, but I’m going to pick up a gallon bag of figs today from a lady because I LOVE figs. Our little fig tree that we planted died. 😢 Thank you for the video. 💕

  11. Zac d

    Why do people act like this method isnt as good as the boiling in water? This seems like a better recipe. Never tried euther way but ready to make some

  12. Queen_Of_Rockers Rocks

    I love this but the National Caning says the upside down trick isn’t enough. Your supposed to can then in boiling water for 10 minutes?

  13. Debie Sims

    Sit, another excellent video. I was wondering if you could cook the figs in the crockpot about 4 hours on high? Or low?

  14. Sue Lynn Sandifer

    What kind of sugar did you use? It appeared cream colored and I wondered if it is raw sugar? Thanks

  15. Luke Jones

    If you didnt cook the figs, I think they would ferment in the sugar and water solution and produce alcohol which would also preserve them, I think, as long as you keep them in an air tight container.

  16. JaceyPenne

    My mom has been looking for this old fashioned way of fig preserves but every store only has the jam kind. She ate it this exact same way as a kid in Louisiana. I am going to make it this same way for her for the holidays thanks to you. Your video is much appreciated!!!!

  17. Chris Vann

    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I created some fig preserves a couple of years ago using another recipe from YouTube and they did not taste like the fig preserves I was accustomed to eating. I saw your recipe and decided to try it and this is just what I was looking for. Thanks again!

  18. Everything McKate

    This is a canning I can get with! Grandma us to can peaches. Gonna learn how to it. Thanks so much! Good luck with your yummy preserves.

  19. Jean A

    I like the fresh figs when they are really squishy. I pick them and put them in a plastic bag and by the time I am done, I have squashed ones on the bottom, as they are that soft. Are these okay to use for canning preserves? What would happen if I made preserves out of these? May I add lemon and cinnamon to these? If I can, how much? Thanks for great video!

  20. Kristina O'Quinn

    Thank you for the very clear, no-nonsense video! Thanks for the tip of putting them upside down for a bit.

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