We love breakfast and one of our favorite things to do on our day off is to make a simply delicious breakfast. Many people have asked what goes well with our handcrafted jams. Well, let start with some breakfast ideas.
Yogurt + Jam
This is probably the easiest and quickest way to whip up a light breakfast. Add a few spoonfuls of our jams to any plain yogurt or greek yogurt, then swirl and enjoy! Try it with nuts or fresh fruits too.
Pancake Balls + Jam
Got some time on your hands, make fluffy pancakes or pancake balls. Dollop our jams on top or brush a few coat on the plate. Stack the pancakes or pancake balls, then dust powdered sugar. Bon appetit!
Bagel + Jam + Cream Cheese
Getting bored with PB&J sandwich? Try this breakfast-on-the-go! Mix a teaspoon of our jam with 2 tablespoons of cream cheese. Spread it on a warm toasted bagel and you're ready to go! Here're a few combinations that you can try:DAWN + Cream Cheese + Smoked Salmon
MERRY + Cream Cheese + Ham
BLOOM + Whipped Cream + Fresh Fruits
We keep it simple with carb and fresh fruits but it's nice to add some proteins (nuts, eggs, sausages, cured hams, or cheeses) to this lovely breakfast platter. Pour jams into smaller containers for dipping. Also try it with maple syrup, peanut butter, or honey. Arrange toast, waffle, fruits, and jams on your favorite plate. We love breakfast platter because it's great for breakfast in bed, but also works well when cooking for a group.
On the days when we can't decide which jams to eat, we eat all of it. Toast several slices of bread, spread butter (or nut butter) and different kinds of jam, then top it off with fruits. We also call this- dessert toast!
Waffles + Jam
There're days when breakfast means dessert! Handmade waffles pair wonderfully with jams on the side and seasonal fruits. It is this easy. Don't forget, it tastes even better with ice cream!