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Old 04-25-2008, 03:00 PM   #1
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Jam jam everywhere and not a drop to drink...
Or something...

OK, suggestions please!

I seem to have aquired a few jars of jam (6 x 340gram jars of various sorts) - and I need suggestions as to what I can do with it!! I need to use it up - quickly, and I don't want to throw it away!

So far I've got

Jam tarts (small ones and larger ones)
Swiss roll
Jam puddings
Lots of toast and jam... (could get a little tired of that one!)

And I'm stuck.


Suggestions please?!!!

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Old 04-25-2008, 03:19 PM   #2
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peanut butter and jam (yuck--hate peanut butter), thumbprint cookies
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I like jam on ice cream or in unflavored yogurt.
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Thank you Cynamar... #adds it to her list#.

Looking at this mountain of jam... that's a lotttta cookies!

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Add some for a smoothie!

Or add ice cream w/ a little milk for a flavored shake!

does that help?

Just curious.. what flavor?
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I love it on toast! And in biscuits--our biscuits, not cookies. I know you call cookies biscuits.
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Biscuits. Thumbprint cookies. Cornbread (yum!)
Why do you have to use it up quickly? If you need the jars for something, that's one matter, but even then, it'll freeze. (I know that sounds odd, but it will.) If you want to leave it in the jars, it keeps for ages, never mind what the date on the jars says.

Melt it in the microwave and use it over ice cream, flavor milkshakes or smoothies, melt and pour over the corresponding fruit, flavor yogurt...
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Jam stores extremely well. Why does it need to be used up quickly? Just curious!

If you really need to get rid of it fast, just send me some!!
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[quote=Becky Morgan;1100469]Biscuits. Thumbprint cookies. Cornbread (yum!)
Why do you have to use it up quickly? If you need the jars for something, that's one matter, but even then, it'll freeze. (I know that sounds odd, but it will.) If you want to leave it in the jars, it keeps for ages, never mind what the date on the jars says.[quote]

Great minds think alike, I guess.
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