The world is no longer limited to fruity jams and jellies; thanks to strokes of technological genius, we now have a host of oddly flavored jams to choose from.
If you enjoy the consistency of a jelly, but don't have much of a sweet tooth, you can indulge in a product like Ghost Pepper Jelly. On the Scoville scale (used to measure spiciness of chili peppers,) the ghost pepper rates 12 million. To put things into perspective, the jalapeño pepper only clocks in at about 3,000. Still, if spicy isn't really your thing, you can enjoy jams and jellies infused with some of your favorite alcohol instead -- because who can resist the tanginess of a wine-flavored jelly?
However, if a good old fashioned dessert spread still appeals to you, there is still plenty out there.
17 Jelly-Form Foods
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Artistic Drunken Jellies
Boozy Egg-Shaped Jellies
Banana Puree Jams
Spicy Breakfast Spreads
Alcoholic Chocolate Spreads
From Spicy Breakfast Spreads to Remixed Gourmet Nut Butter
Apr 16, 2014By: Vasiliki Marapas -