From Grandmother's recipe box, to mine, and now to yours..

We all know to put jam on our buttered biscuits, but here are some other fun ways to use your jam!

Poor Man's Pudding

This light and flaky cake was one of my favorites growing up. Made with just one egg, it's a breeze to whip up and easy on the budget. My family's favorite way to serve it is to slice open a warm piece and cover with our favorite topping. 

Lemon & Sour Cream Pound Cake

My dad enjoys his pound cake smothered in sweetened condensed milk, but strawberry jam compliments the tanginess of the lemon. 

Fruity French Toast

As a child, I loved reading Nancy Drew mysteries, so for my 10th birthday, my dad gave me "The Nancy Drew Cookbook." This three step French Toast recipe is now my kids' favorite breakfast treat. I dress it up with some jam sauce!

Blueberry Glaze

My sister in law found this blueberry glaze recipe to top a roast (venison, beef, or pork tenderloin). My grandparents raised cattle, so we enjoyed all kinds of beef roasts, but the blueberry glaze adds a new level of deliciousness. 

Pork with a Punch

What goes better with pork than peach? My family loves to top our  pork chops or pork tenderloin with Brandy Peach Jam to give our pork a punch. 

Party Pleaser

Looking for a quick and easy appetizer for that last minute get together? Use a jar of our Sweet Heat Jam for the perfect party pleaser.

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