Or a PB&J.
A lot of jams (a really surprising amount!) have unhealthy additives like high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and food dyes. Blech, I don't want to add that to my nutritious breakfast!
I like that Stonewall Kitchen jams don't have any of that icky stuff. It's just fruit and sugar and a few other standard jam ingredients.
Stonewall Kitchen has a bunch of different flavors of jams, but I tried their all-natural Cherry Berry Jam and their limited edition all-natural White Nectarine Jam.
These jams are proper jams, not just thicker jellies! There are seeds and berries and yumminess!!
You know how I feel about textures :)
The jam tastes super fruity and there's nothing artificial tasting about it - because they use natural ingredients!
It's great as the star, on a slice of plain buttered bread.
It's also amazing as a peanut butter complement for a PB&J or an open-faced PB&J slice!
The White Nectarine Jam is also really tasty and I think it's really fun that they mix up their offerings with limited edition jams!
The nectarine flavor is deliciously intense, as intense as a marmalade without the rind!
And, again, there are nice big chunks of fruit. Like BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG chunks.
I'm a fan. This jam feels like spreadable sweet fruit!
Stonewall Kitchen is also giving some away to one lucky LLE reader. Enter below through February 16 for your chance to win!
Do you like jam, jelly, or marmalade the best?
What's your favorite bread topping?
Do you prefer bread or cereal for breakfast?