JELLY QUEEN TESTIMONIALS
“I LOVE THIS! YUMMY! I LOVE THE HEAT IN THIS ! YOU REALLY ARE THE JELLY QUEEN!"
Chef Aarón Sánchez
ON THE JELLY QUEENS RASPBERRY CHIPOTLE JAM: “OHHHH FANTASTIC! WHAT A GREAT GIFT! THAT’S RRRREAL NICE”!
- Chef Andrew Zimmern
"ON THE JELLY QUEENS RASPBERRY CHIPOTLE JAM …FANTASTIC !!
- Chef Ming Tsai
THE NEXT IRON CHEF, ON THE JELLY QUEENS’ RASPBERRY CHIPOTLE JAM…“WOW! INTERESTING… WOW! WHAT! YUM ! MMMM I’M JUST GONNA TAKE A NAP CAUSE THIS FEELS LIKE SUNDAY MORNING AND I JUST HAD BREAKFAST”
- Chef Amanda Freitag
20 Time World Award Winning jelly
Jelly Queens is a 20 Time World Award Winning Jelly Company. See all of the awards here. Our flavor profiles are world famous, with over 20 awards for 8 different flavors and even one for our adorable label. Come back soon to learn all about of seasonal, organic, fresh fruit, jelly, jam and sauces – we are working on all the photographs! In the meantime below is a little teaser for our yumminess and the story of our Blood Orange Lavender Marmalade!
organic INGREDIENTS, Handmade, Small Batch
Good, sustainably grown, organic, healing food. Texas is the home of The Jelly Queens. Blood Orange Lavender Marmalade uses three of our favorite farms. The blood oranges come from the Grateful Davis Farm. We adore Myles and Laurie and their children. They were our first farm! Shipments come weekly with hand written notes that brighten our week and really make us feel connected to them.
LOCALLY SOURCED, FARMER-FRIENDLY INGREDIENTS
We believe in using ingredients that are locally sourced, farmer-friendly, and the freshest available. Our honey is from John Talbert’s Sabine Creek Honey Farm. And our beautiful lavender is from Martine and Edgar Anderson’s Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm. How’s that for beautiful ingredients? Our Blood Orange Marmalade is our only quadruple award winner so try it today!
THE JELLY QUEENS STORY
It all started with FOX’s, mega-hit cooking show, MasterChef. 39,000 people auditioned and 100 were chosen, including me, to battle it out to become the second season’s winner. Believe it or not, at the end of the show some amazing friendships were formed. And on a crisp fall evening, about six months after the show wrapped, seven of us gathered to make dinner for 200 people at one of the most beautiful homes in Dallas. I knew being on MasterChef was gonna change my life, but dinner that night created a wave that has not stopped rolling. I call it the jelly roll – we are on a jelly roll. The Jelly Queens since that day has changed, morphed and grown. I could even say it has taken on a life of its own. Read The Full Story >
Founder of The Jelly Queens