• Kanning Kathy

The Wonderful Potential of Pepper Jelly





Whether you are hosting a cozy holiday gathering or a fancy formal cocktail party, pepper jelly can be your appetizer's best friend.


Crackers- spread cream cheese over your favorite cracker and top with a dollop of pepper jelly. If you aren't a fan of cream cheese look no further than goat cheese as your substitute.


Cocktail Meatballs - Put 1 jar of my pepper jelly with homemade or frozen meatballs into a crockpot on low heat. Heat until meatballs are cooked through. Easy peasy!


Charcuterie Plate- Nestle a little bowl of this jelly near the sliced meats, grapes and crackers for a spreadable dip. Also, while we are speaking of Charcuterie, you can use the pepper jelly as a topping on baked brie.


Candied Bacon - Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil (to catch any drips) then place a cooling rack on the sheet.  Put the bacon on the cooling racks and coat with a glaze of my pepper jelly.  Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees (flip at 10 minutes) or until bacon is crisp.


Get a jar of my pepper jelly from my online shop!