Kathryn – November 11, 2016:
I got this out of pure curiosity, and it’s fantastic! I haven’t had it on an actual sandwich yet — just spread on (quite a few) pieces of sourdough baguette, but I’m already addicted. Sweet and tangy in a way that almost emulates barbecue sauce, with no tomatoes or peppers. Super interesting and addictive, would be great with cheese and/or meat on a sandwich.
Stacey Snacks – November 21, 2016:
Loved it paired w/ roasted Brussels sprouts!
Will definitely be using it with Gruyere for a grilled cheese.
Lori – November 26, 2016:
Bought it on a whim. I toasted some bread, spread on some cream cheese and then topped it with the jam. Fantastic!
Ronnie O’Rourke – December 2, 2016:
This stuff is amazing. So far, I’ve simply spread it on white bread and devoured it. But it would probably be great for bruschetta or pizza topping.
Kay – December 11, 2016:
Just sinful. But I love it.
Kelly – December 15, 2016:
First ingredient is cane sugar. Stonewall’s version lists second ingredient as cane sugar which is maybe one reason why TJ’s was able to reduce the price? Either way my family is reducing its processed sugar intake so this product is an obvious no go. But no wonder its so addictive with all that refined gunk. Its too bad as I’d love to eat some if it wasnt made with sugar. Perhaps I will try and make my own..
Tracey Aldred Rand – December 26, 2016:
Is this a holiday item because I am so using this year round. Best thing ever. Whole family loves it. Great with cheese and crackers or bread. Veggies. It’s the best. Seriously if there is a Trader Joesnear you buy it. I have 5 jars saved!!!!! Amazing !!!
Dawn – April 3, 2017:
Amazing find this weekend! I toasted some crostinis, spread goat cheese and topped it off with this delish jam! Yes, sugar is the first ingredient but it’s a small about you it and moderation in anything is key!
Not that bad