Jelly Lesson #5

10 Ways to use Jellies, Jams and Preserves

 

#1 Add Preserves to BBQ Sauce – Our slow-cooked ribs call for something sweeter: The Jelly Queens’ Peach Pepper Jam or Six Pepper Jelly. Our luscious ingredient pair with bottled chili sauce and a little brown sugar to create a perfectly fruity sauce.

#2 Spread Preserves on Flatbread The Jelly Queens’ savory jellies add a bright, poppy flavor to any golden flatbread. Our jams thick texture is perfect with rich Brie and crunchy red onion.

#3 Make Doughnut Cake with Jelly Jelly and jam doesn’t just belong in doughnuts. We add a dose of The Jelly Queen Four Berry Jam to the filling and soft vanilla cake, then spread extra jelly in a heart shape to top things off.

#4: Add Jam to Frozen Drinks For an extra-fruity frappe, one of The Jelly Queens berry jams, Strawberry Black Pepper or 4 Berry with creamy berry gelato, then top with broken chocolate bars for that delicious fix of sweetness.

#5: Slow-Cook Chicken in Jelly Make your chicken thighs pop with bold flavor by slow-cooking them in The Jelly Queens Six Pepper Jelly. A squeeze of lime juice and pinch of brown sugar gives ’em a refreshingly sweet twist.

 

 

#6: Blend It into SmoothiesCreamy peanut butter and The Jelly Queens’ Groovy Grape Jelly make a fantastic (and easy as ever) PB-and-J smoothie. Just blend the unbeatable duo with plain Greek yogurt, milk, and a banana.

#7: Use Jam in Cookie Batter These darling little cookies switch it up and use The Jelly Queens’ Cranberry Pom Sauce, Blood Orange Lavender or Pink Lemonade Marmalade to make their batter sweet as can be. Dress them with icing with match fruit zest.

#8: Dunk Chicken in Jam Pretzel-coated chicken legs may sound weird, but dunk ’em in The Jelly Queens’ Black Garlic Rosemary Sauce and they’re an instant favorite and dip away for a sweet-and-tangy finale.

#9: Slather It on Savory Sandwiches Sweeten up your savory sandwich with a spoonful of one of The Jelly Queens’ savory jams. We smear the jelly on Italian piadina or any flatbread and add salty prosciutto, tangy Gorgonzola, and fresh arugula.

#10: Cook Meatballs in Jam Grab a jar of The Jelly Queens’ peach, grape or our sassy apple fig jam and bottled barbecue sauce venture to the slow cooker in this so-simple party recipe. Just toss in frozen meatballs and jalapeno smoked sausage, then let ’em soak up the sweet-and-smoky goodness.

 

One Reply to “Jelly Lesson #5”

  1. Thanks for posting LOVE the tips Donna – your six pepper jelly on the vegetable tart ( photo) made me look like a rock star chef!!! ❤️❤️

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