Getting ready to hunker down and hibernate? Take on these recipes and settle in! You can totally hold on to the tastes of warm weather in any season by making some preserves. Save practically anything you want for anytime you want. There鈥檚 even a strong possibility you can use an adorable mason jar to do it. What are you waiting for? Throw on some tunes and get ready to jam, dry and pickle.

1. Dried Orange Slices: Keep dried oranges handy and add to tea, cocoa or cake anytime you want. This recipes from Anula鈥檚 Kitchen makes drying super simple. Plus, your house will smell amazing while they鈥檙e in the oven. (via Anula鈥檚 Kitchen)

2. Strawberry Jalape帽o Jam: Bagels and toast become very exciting with the sweet and spicy combo of strawberries and jalape帽os. Consider it a surefire way to wake yourself up in the morning. (via Yea Yea Pueblo)

3. Applesauce: Applesauce is and always will be a pantry staple. It makes a great snack and is also clutch when you want to save some calories while baking. Save yourself a few bucks by making your own at home. (via Happy Money Saver)

4. Pickled Chard Stems: You may saut茅 or blanch your rainbow chard on the regular, but what else can be done with those beautifully hued stems? Caraway seeds, shallots and brown mustard brine the stems for a snack you鈥檒l be stoked to much on. (via Bon Appetit)

5. Peach, Pear, Apple + Ginger Jam: The official name for this jarred delight is 鈥淗eavenly Jam.鈥 So you can trust that it tastes pretty, pretty, pretty good. (via Port and Fin)

6. Strawberry Peach Jam: Here鈥檚 a sweet treat that鈥檒l liven up biscuits, English muffins and anything else you鈥檇 want to slather up. Two summertime staples get together to make this vibrant jam. Save it for when you need a warming pick-me-up. (via Something Swanky)

7. Orange Thyme Jam: Add some depth to jam by combining citrus with the herbal notes of thyme. The subtle savory essence of thyme will complement the orange nicely. (via Minimalist Baker)

8. Roasted Red Peppers: Red peppers make a fab topping for sandwiches, but they鈥檙e also great on pizza, in pasta and pretty much anywhere you鈥檇 like a touch of sweetness. Make your own with this recipe from A Spicy Perspective and have them on hand for any meal needing an accessory. (via A Spicy Perspective)

9. Mixed Berry Preserves: If you love berries and can鈥檛 single out one you like best, this might be the jar of your dreams. Blackberries, raspberries and strawberries all come together for a super-fruity mix of preserves that will no doubt be delightful. No need to pick favorites here, especially when they鈥檙e all so good together. (via Centsational Girl)

10. Refrigerator Pickles: Pickles are truly an anytime snack. Make some for yourself with this simple take on the crunchy classic. (via Live Simply)

11. Southern Fig Preserves: Get figgy with it and whip up these preserves. If you鈥檙e a baker, consider this a jumping off point for homemade Fig Newtons. (via Simple Plate)

12. Salted Cantaloupe Jam: Bring mellow melon flavor into breakfast and baked goods with this salted cantaloupe jam. The unique flavor makes it a great gift option. (via Back to Her Roots)

13. Pickled Jalape帽os: Spicy, slightly sour and addicting 鈥 these pickled jalape帽os will be your go-to garnish or topping when you鈥檙e looking to add a kick to your lunch. (via Peanut Butter and Peppers)

14. Boozy Bacon Jam: Bacon lovers, rejoice. There is a jam for you. If you can鈥檛 handle missing out on a dose of carnivore candy, try this recipe that boasts the use of bacon, brown sugar and bourbon 鈥 a beautiful combination if we ever did taste one. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

15. Roasted Peppers in Olive Oil: Bottle up a rainbow of peppers by roasting any bells on hand and preserving them in olive oil. Use them for antipasto salads, panini sandwiches or wrapped around a ball of mozzarella. (via Foodie With Family)

16. Watermelon Rind Pickles: If you always tossed your watermelon rinds after cutting out the juicy fruit, stop that. Save your rinds and pickle them for a sweet and sour treat. (via Food 52)

17. Orange Grand Marnier Skillet Jam: Toast this skillet jam featuring Grand Marnier and bright citrus flavors. This is a great choice for a boozy weekend brunch with friends or breakfast in bed. (via Savory Simple)

18. Apricot Lavender Jam: Take a trip to France with mild apricot coupled with floral notes from calming lavender. This recipe has a romantic feel to it; consider packing up a picnic basket and bringing this along for an outdoor date. (via Lavender and Lovage)

19. Herbs Frozen in Olive Oil: Preserve your herbs and save on cooking prep time by freezing fresh herbs + olive oil in ice cube trays. When you鈥檙e ready to fire up the pan, drop in your oil cube and enjoy the aroma of those herbs waking back up. (via The Kitchn)

20. Blueberry Jam: We love a classic, and we only love them more when two ingredients are all you need. Blueberries + sugar = all you need, friends. Side note: We鈥檙e betting this would be delicious as a mix-in with Greek yogurt. (via A Pretty Life in the Suburbs)

21. Bread and Butter Pickles: Make slightly sweet pickle chips with this recipe. They鈥檙e a kid-pleaser, and they鈥檙e great on sandwiches and burgers. Fun fact: The trick to getting them extra crunchy is letting the sliced cucumbers rest with a smattering of salt. (via White on Rice Couple)

22. Country Peach Preserves: The color of these peach preserves alone makes us feel peachy keen. Try these on corn muffins for a morning wrought with Southern comfort. (via Natasha鈥檚 Kitchen)

23. Cranberry Pineapple Mango Preserves: Add some tropical tastes to the inherent tartness in cranberry preserves. Bring this one to Thanksgiving, and get everyone excited about a new tradition. (via Averie Cooks)

Did we leave a good taste in your mouth with these picks? What鈥檚 your favorite take on preserves? Drop us a line in the comments!