Orange Cinnamon Marmalade
It's sweet yet zesty! We use sun-ripe, unsprayed oranges, from the very sunny, southern part of Florida. We take pride in using only fresh harvested, fully ripe fruits. It has perfect bite size pieces of fresh tasting oranges in every jar.
Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free, Cholesterol Free, Sodium Free
Pairs well with Sémillon, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Colombard, Orange Muscat, Champagne, Cava, Cointreau, Vidal Icewine, Moscato d’Asti, and Tempranillo
Suggestions for Uses
Spreading over a piece of fresh baguette or a fresh croissant
Make marmalade breakfast muffins
Topping for crostini with ricotta . Spread ricotta on bread or crackers, then drizzle marmalade on top
Try it spread on buttermilk biscuits or whole wheat toast
Try it on carrot or zucchini bread
Pairs well with a wedge of warm spice cake
Mix 8 oz of cream cheese and Orange Cinnamon Marmalade. Set aside in refrigerator. Cut a 10-ounce pound cake in half lengthwise to make two layers. Spread 2 tablespoons of Orange Cinnamon Marmalade over bottom layer, then spread half of cream cheese mixture over all. Place top layer and spread 2/3 cup Orange Cinnamon Marmalade and the rest of the cream cheese mixture on top. Garnish with fresh orange segments (membranes and pith removed) or with dollops of Orange Cinnamon Marmalade. Refrigerate until serving.
Make whiskey marmalade & shortbread crumble bars
Serve on hot, buttered toast
Make ORANGE MARMALADE WHISKEY SOUR: 2 ounces whiskey, 1 ounce freshly squeeze lemon juice, 3/4 ounce simple syrup (1:1 ratio), 1 heaping bar spoon orange marmalade, 1/2 ounce egg white, optional. If using the egg white, add all ingredients into a shaker and dry shake 20 seconds. Add ice and shake again 20 seconds. Strain into a small rocks glass or coupe. If not using the egg white, add ice into a shaker, pour in all ingredients, and shake 20 seconds. Strain into a small rocks glass or coupe. Other options: Strain over a large ice cube. Garnish with 1/2 teaspoon orange marmalade. Make it vegan: use Aquafaba, or Instafoam to replace egg whites in the cocktail.