If you just know jam as toast's bff, this collection of recipes will have you rethinking your next jar.
Go home, barbecue sauce. Our slow-cooked ribs call for something sweeter: apricot preserves. The plush ingredient pairs with bottled chili sauce and a little brown sugar to create a perfectly fruity sauce.
A swipe of canned peach preserves adds bright, poppy flavor to any golden flatbread. The preserves' thick, luscious texture pairs perfectly with rich Brie and crunchy red onion.
Jelly doesn't just belong in doughnuts. This dreamy cake, based on the bakery treat, features a double dose of cherry-red jelly. Find a lush sliver hidden between the fluffy filling and soft vanilla cake, then spread extra jelly in a heart shape for the perfect cherry on top.
For an extra-fruity frappe, blend seedless raspberry jam with creamy berry gelato, then top with broken chocolate bars for that delicious fix of sweetness. Personalize your frappe by switching up the flavors of jam.
Make your chicken thighs pop with bold flavor by slow-cooking them in peppery jalepeno jelly. A squeeze of lime juice and pinch of brown sugar gives 'em a refreshingly sweet twist.
Well, they did it again. This time, creamy peanut butter and grape jelly make a fantastic (and easy as ever) PB-and-J smoothie. Just blend the unbeatable duo with plain Greek yogurt, milk, and a banana.
No chocolate chips here. These darling little cookies switch it up and use cranberry relish or orange marmalade to make their batter sweet as can be. Dress them up in cranberry-studded icing.
Pretzel-coated chicken legs may sound weird, but dunk 'em in jam and they're an instant favorite. Choose between fig or apricot jam, then dip away for a sweet-and-tangy finale.
Sweeten up your savory sandwich with a spoonful of fig jam. We smear the candylike jelly on this well-stacked Italian piadini -- made-from-scratch garlic bread sporting salty prosciutto, tangy Gorgonzola, and fresh arugula.
A jar of plum jam and bottled barbecue sauce venture to the slow cooker in this so-simple party recipe. Just toss in frozen meatballs and jalepeno smoked sausage, then let 'em soak up the sweet-and-smoky goodness.
Pork ribs are perfect for braising, and they taste even better coated in tart apple jelly and smoky barbecue sauce. Find out how to make the perfect, sticky-sweet sauce for braising here!