Mulled Red Wine Jelly

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Delectably sweet, tasty, full of anti-oxidants, and good for you. The decadence of fine wine meets small-batch preserves in this set of handcrafted "grape" jellies. Warm spices like cinnamon make it feel like the Holidays in a jar. A great gift for the wine lover or book club hostess.

Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free, Cholesterol Free, Sodium Free

Suggestions for Uses

  • This mulled wine jelly is perfect for the holidays!

  • It can be served at brunch with croissants or scones

  • It goes well with soft buttery cheese, over cream cheese or with mild cheese and crackers for a nice appetizer

  • Spread on cinnamon raisin toast

  • Smear on a bagel with cream cheese

  • Top a pound, cheese, or angel food cake

  • Add to thumbprint cookies

  • Dress up a turkey sandwich

  • Create a gown up grilled cheese

  • Top burgers

  • Glaze baked chicken and roast beef

  • Warm and pour over vanilla ice cream with shaved chocolate

  • Eat with panna cotta

  • Use in baked brie

  • Use it to poach Bosc pears and add it to a chocolate sauce glaze to take it over the top

  • Drizzle this as a tart and sweet sauce over bread pudding

  • Swirl it into chocolate fudge brownies

  • Use it to make red wine chocolate truffles

  • Mix with blackberries, blueberries, peaches, and cherries to make winesicles

  • Use it in your chocolate cake mix to keep it fluffy

  • Toss cooked pasta in a frying pan with red wine jelly, Pecorino Romano cheese, parsley, garlic, and chili peppers

  • Use it when you make homemade baked beans

  • Use it in eggplant & tofu ratatouille with Thai basil

  • Create your own pasta sauce with added red wine jelly as a base & ladled generously over pasta, used as a dip for bread, or as a foundation for pizza

  • Elevate eggs by surrounding it with a rich wine sauce using red wine jelly whisked in to a hearty mixture of veggies, herbs, and bacon, in a classic French recipe. Serve with a hunk of crusty garlic bread to help sop up all that wined-up, yolky goodness.

  • Great on a cheese platter

  • Finish glaze for pork

  • Add a spoonful to your hot tea

  • Eat with a spoon directly from jar!

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