5 ways you can use Fruit Jams in Desserts

Fruit Jams

Pump up the jam! Instead of a handmade fruit preserve or syrup, each of these simple dessert ideas benefits from a jar of National Fruit Jams. These delights incorporate a variety of jams including apple, strawberry, mango, and more.

You can't go wrong with these recipes for fruit-flavoured short bars, cakes, mousses, muffins, and more. Whether you start with a fresh jar of jam or need a solution to use up the last few mouthfuls at the bottom of the jar, our list of dessert recipes has got you covered!

1. Strawberry and Vanilla Custard Slice

The popular bakery-style vanilla custard slice is sugary, creamy, and incredibly delectable. A tried-and-true dish that everyone enjoys! If you reside in South Asia, the vanilla slice is probably one of your preferred bakery delicacies (along with fruit cakes, puff pastries, and cream rolls, of course!). But if you thought the bakery-bought vanilla slice was tasty, wait till you try this easy made-at-home version!
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2. Easy No-Bake Cheesecake Jars

When you’re short on time and don’t want to turn on the oven, no-bake cheesecake jars are a wonderful individual treat to reveal. There is no baking required, and the overall dessert takes around two hours. You simply need a few common items and some pretty tiny jars. Personalized desserts have been popular for several years, and the glass jar dessert fad isn’t going away anytime soon.

The beautiful, buttery golden cracker crust, luscious, no-bake cheesecake, and tangy fruity topping are all in one jar. You may use jam as a cheesecake topping as shown in the video of this recipe, and you may also use it to flavour the cake as a sweetener at the same time by mixing the jam into the cream cheese mixture before the setting process. These are an absolute must-make dessert for any celebrations, but especially during the summertime heat.
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3. Chocolate Victoria Sponge Cake

Classic cakes, such as the simple Chocolate Victoria Sponge Cake, are always the finest. An easy-to-prepare dessert comprising a very basic chocolate cake mix with butter, sugar, eggs, flour, and cocoa powder. The creaming process is used to make the chocolate Victoria sponge cake with chocolate filling, resulting in beautifully light sponge cakes every time.

We, on the other hand, transform the traditional Victoria sponge cake into a masterpiece. This chocolate cake is the ideal teatime treat and is surprisingly simple to create with consistently wonderful results. Easy to create, visually appealing, and tasty owing to a wonderful layer of Chunky Jam filling.
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4. Strawberry Cheese French Toast

This dish elevates the standard French toast recipe to new heights! This filled French toast dish will quickly become your favourite breakfast option! Bread filled with strawberry bites and cream cheese, covered in an egg mixture, then toasted to perfection! This breakfast meal is similar to what you’d get at a nice brunch spot, but you can prepare it yourself for a portion of the price.

A delectable French toast dish bursting with the berry-sweetness of National Strawberry Jam and with the ideal dash of Cream Cheese savory-ness! Ideal for impressing at a brunch. Serve with a glass of fresh fruit juice for a nicer brunch setting, or simply prepare it for a special Sunday morning breakfast for your folks, as we do.
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5. Mango Crepes and Suzette

We love seasonal vegetables and fruits and the summer months only mean one thing: MANGOES! This is a simple dish that we like and highly suggest for individuals who enjoy both mango and crepes! Yum! Sweet Mango Crêpes are a light and wonderful delicacy that mixes the flavour of fresh mango with cream and custard. Simple, yet very beautiful on the table!

Classic Mango Crepes Suzette is brimming with sweet mango flavour and topped with a delectable Mango Sauce made entirely from National Mango Jam and National Mango Custard. It’s a fantastic way to start the day!
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