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Treat Yourself To Fall-Flavored Preserves From Bonne Maman

Jar Of Fig Preserves With A Breakfast Pastry
[1] Fig is traditionally a fall flavor, but this popular variety is available year-round (all photos © Bonne Maman).

A Jar Of Bonne Maman Cranberry Cherry Preserves
[2] Cranberry Cherry Preserves. The line can also be used in baking and 20 more ways beyond toast.


Strawberry, grape, and raspberry are the three most popular flavors of jams*, jellies, and preserves in the U.S. Regardless of your personal faves, how about switching up your flavors for fall?

Bonne Maman (the name means “good mom”), preserves and spreads produced in France. The brand has all of the top flavors. But for a fall/winter seasonal twist, they also offer:

  • Cranberry Cherry Preserves (Limited Edition)
  • Fig Preserves
  • Pumpkin Spice Spread (Limited Edition)
    The line is all-natural: no artificial coloring, no high fructose corn syrup, no added preservatives.

    In addition to great flavor, we particularly like the wide-mouth jar—easy to spoon out the preserves from the beginning through the last little bit.

    The signature gingham-patterned lid and homemade-style handwritten script label are also appealing—the script of an artisan (or your great-grandmother).

    There’s also a gift box with all three flavors. Individual jars are nice for small gifts and stocking stuffers.

    And if you show up with a box of warm croissants, so much the better!

    Check your grocer’s or head to for the seasonal treats.
    > The history of jam, jelly, and preserves.

    > The differences between jams, jellies, preserves, marmalade, chutney, and more.

    > 20 different uses for jam, jelly, and preserves.

    > Uses for fig spreads and preserves.

    A jar of Bonne Maman Pumpkin Spread, also spread on a piece of toast.
    [3] In addition to a bread spread, Pumpkin Spread can turn vanilla ice cream into a pumpkin parfait.

    *Strawberry, grape, and raspberry are followed by apricot, blackberry, blueberry, and cherry [Source: Statistica]. Statista speculates that the reason the top two are strawberry and grape is because Smuckers and Welch’s, two of the leading jelly and jam companies in the U.S., have devoted a ton of marketing for these flavors. And they both work well on that American classic, the PB&J [source].


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