Stone Fruit Jam

Flavor Profile

We’ve cherry-picked only the best ingredients to make this scrumptious spread. Each batch begins with premium cherries, plums, apricots, nectarines, and peaches for a sweet and vibrant jam that packs the perfect punch of stone fruit flavor! Each of these delectable stone fruits contributes to the wonderful layers of flavor in this delicious jam. It's unique, sweet, and refreshing. One taste and you'll be a Stone Fruit Jelly fan for life! Try it with scones, swirled into yogurt, or warmed and spooned over ice cream for an à la mode treat.

Pairs well with Asti Spumante, Beaujolais, Bourgueil, Cabernet, Champagne, Chardonnay, Sancerre, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Bordeaux, Tawny Port, and Tempranillo

Suggestions for Uses

  • Flavor Your Own Yogurt...For a better, more nutritious version of fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt

  • Blend It Into Smoothies: Do you prefer to drink your yogurt on the way to work? Add it to sweeten your breakfast shake.

  • Pair It With Ice Cream: Fold your favorite it into ice cream to create custom flavors or simply use it as a sundae topping.

  • Make Popsicles: Add leftover fruit preserves to juice or milk to add both flavor and texture to homemade popsicles.

  • Bake Thumbprint Cookies: For what amounts to basically a drop cookie, thumbprint cookies are surprisingly glamorous. They are a great, colorful addition to holiday gift baskets.

  • Whip Up Easy Bar Cookies for Bake Sales

  • Fill Pop Tarts

  • Improve Your Cheese Plate Game: Instead of using apples or grapes as cheese accompaniments, put the dregs of your jam collection into pretty dishes, and serve them with cheese and crackers. Your guests don't have to know that they are helping you clean out your refrigerator.

  • Brie cheese appetizer: Line a jellyroll or cake pan with parchment. Place a wheel of Brie cheese in the center of the pan. Pour one jar of Stone Fruit Jelly over the cheese. Bake in the oven on parchment at 400 degrees until the cheese softens, taking care not to burn the jelly. Remove the jelly-topped cheese from the oven and slide the whole shebang onto a serving dish. Liberally sprinkle the top with sliced almonds. Serve with French bread.

  • Make a Chinese fried chicken glazed

  • Fill Crepes, top pancakes, sweeten hot cereal, add to toast, oatmeal, and cream of wheat

  • Stuff French Toast

  • Turn Breakfast Into Brunch With Croque Monsieur Sandwiches

  • Dress Up Cheesecake: to make your own fruit glaze, melt stone fruit jelly or mix it with your favorite liqueur, and heat it on the stovetop until liquid. Brush or pour over plain cheesecake.

  • Tart Up a Tart

  • Layer a Cake and Make a Kentucky Jam Cake

  • Turn Packaged Chocolate Into Fancy Desserts

  • Make a Pavlova

  • Grill BBQ Chicken With Homemade BBQ Sauce: Mix stone fruit jelly with oil and soy sauce. You've just made a yummy coating for roast chicken.

  • Pour It Over Ham: That same glaze that you use for a cake can also be used to glaze ham.

  • Create Your Own Secret Sauce for Beef: Mix jam with vinegar, mustard, and garlic to make your own steak sauce.

  • Add It to Au Jus

  • Make Succulent Pork Loin

  • Salad Dressing: add the other ingredients to the jelly jar and shake to combine

  • Stirred, Not Shaken: add it to your favorite vodka recipe to make a sweet jamtini.

  • For gin drinkers, n a cocktail shaker, add gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and ice. Shake briskly, and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Rest a teaspoon filled with jelly on top, and gradually stir in, to taste.

  • Add it to Cocktail Meatballs

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