Hot Pepper Jellies & Sauces
Our jellies are sold in 8 oz. jars.
Our jellies are rated for hotness from 1 pepper (mild) to 9 peppers (very hot).
Mild Heat Jellies
When you take a classic blueberry and mix it with pineapple you get an awesome surprise when you add poblanos. This one is one of the mildest jellies we carry, and it has a family favorite. Try this one on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a pepper dip or the classic pouring over cream cheese.
This is one of the first jellies I put together the first year I started this company. Pineapples and mangoes add a tropical flare to any dish, the banana peppers give it a gentle kick. Its best on chicken, fish, ice cream, pound cake topping or pancakes.
Medium Heat Jellies
This was my first creation I made when I started making jellies. I decided to use my favorite fruit along with some of my leftover peppers and added some pecan, it became an instant favorite. Great on pork, steaks, ice cream, a pepper dip or pancakes.
This unlikely pair helped the women of The Celebrity Apprentice win in the baking contest against the men’s team. I partnered these two with habaneros and it made quite a pair. This jelly is a great dip with cream cheese.
This jelly is the perfect storm of flavors with pineapple, oranges and strawberries, then you add scorpion peppers and WOW. The name of this jelly is inspired by a song that means a lot to me, definitely a favorite of mine for many reasons. This sweet treat is great on pound cake, pork, chicken, dip and cheese cake.
This lovely jelly combines blackberries, raspberries and blueberries with a nutty flavor and peppers create an awesome jelly. It’s a great ice cream or pound cake topping, peanut butter and jelly, or poured over cream cheese.
When you combine peaches and jalapeños you get a perfect mash up of sweet and heat. This jelly partners well with pork chops, desserts or as a topping and makes an awesome bagel spread.
These two fruits are great separate but when you combine the two with jalapeños you have almost perfection. This jelly is a great compliment to any dessert, a peanut butter sandwich or one of many dips.
Fresh tomatoes mixed with jalapeños, sugar, garlic and goodness. This jelly can be used with a dip for veggies, a topping on a sandwich instead of mayo or as an alternative to catsup when making a meatloaf.
When you combine sweet yellow tomatoes, garlic and habaneros you get a nice heat with a Latino flare. This jelly is a nice enhancement to chili beans, veggie roll-up or to dress up a sandwich.
Hot Heat Jellies
In the descriptions I call some of some jellies “flamingo” that have mango in them. The name was inspired by a story from my autistic goddaughter’s trip to the zoo.
I will always carry pineapple flamingo but I will carry 4 – 5 additional flavors of jelly that include mango in them during the months of April and October. The proceeds from the sales of those jellies will go to Autism Awareness.
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