Tag Archives | jams & jellies

Paleo Blueberry Jam Made with Honey by FamilySpice.com

Paleo Blueberry Jam Made with Honey

You do not need refined sugars to make jam. This Paleo Blueberry Jam is thick without additional pectin, and is simply sweetened with honey. Some women enjoy spa days. Some women enjoy partying and socializing. This girl? Well, I enjoy farms. There is something about seeing brilliant fruits and vegetables growing from dirt. I have […]

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Olive Oil Lemon Curd by Two Extra Virgins, cookbook authors Mary Platis and Laura Bashar

Olive Oil Lemon Curd and Camp Blogaway

You won’t notice the butter is missing in this smooth and creamy olive oil lemon curd. About five years, I attended my first blogging conference. Food conferences in general were quite foreign to me back then. The thought of maneuvering my way through a crowd of hundreds of strangers made me extremely uncomfortable and anxious. Camp Blogaway […]

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Pumpkin Curd with Olive Oil by Familyspice.com

Pumpkin Curd with Olive Oil

Fruit curds are typically made with butter, but this pumpkin curd is made with better-for-your-heart extra virgin olive oil. No cutesy halloweeny dessert treats this year from me. My house has minimal halloween decorations up, too. My poor kids are frantically figuring out their costumes on their own this year, as I told them I […]

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Blood Orange Curd with White Cake by FamilySpice.com

A Touch of Sweet: Blood Orange Curd

Use up that citrus crop with this easy Blood Orange Curd with Cardamom. Perfect when drizzled on toast, scones, pancakes, cookies and even cake. Sponsored by Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs™. I know what my husband is thinking. His least favorite holiday is just around the corner. Of course, in all honesty, I doubt Valentine’s Day […]

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Valencia Orange Marmalade by FamilySpice.com

Valencia Orange Marmalade

My husband’s side of the family loves sour foods. They adore lemons and add it to everything. I had a hard time adjusting to my in-laws cooking when we first married because I come from a family that loves jams. The first time my husband cooked for me he made his mother’s sour chicken. After […]

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