Friday, June 13, 2014

Product Review for Mrs Peel's Preserves

From the company Mrs Peel's, I received four jars of her preserves. The humble beginnings of this company go all the way back to the UK and end in the US in LA. There are marmalade's, jams, and preserves all made with natural ingredients and are full of flavor.

I did some morning baking using the products. First up was the award winning marmalade made with Californian Valencia oranges. With this I made some almond marmalade muffins. I not only used the marmalade inside the muffins but added it to the top with some silvered almonds. The jar was so packed with orange rinds, and with a little orange pulp as well. This was so sweet and good, and just complimented the muffins so well. I can tell already from one jar, they will not last long in the house. And the great part I can use this product in a ton of other dish's, say CHICKEN!

Scones we're the second baked breakfast item on the days menu. With these I used the Apricot Preserves. The preserves are made in small batches especially for the buyer, and are a signature edition. Topping the scones with some butter and the preserves, well let's just say it was a party in our mouth. It was a ton of flavor that just made you want more. With every product made, only the finest fruits are used. They are picked and packed from the farm in CA and then when ready, are used for the sweet delights that come your way. The Apricot Preserves we're so fresh, you could taste the love in every bite.

Now for the signature edition of Mrs Peel's nectarine preserves. For this I made muffins again. Only this time I made a small hole in the top and piped the preserves down into the centers. Now with every bite you got the sweet taste of the nectarines used in the preserves. I know by now your mouth has to be watering. The preserves gave you the taste of sweet and tart all at the same time. This is a signature edition and is made with:
                      Fresh Organic Nectarines with organic sugar and a dash of lemon juice.

The last of the products we're strawberry jam, again made with natures own ingredients. This jam was made from a old English recipe that calls for Californian strawberries. With this I made a side for the rest of the scones. Placing in some small cups, butter, and the jam. I wanted to taste the product straight with out blending it into anything baked. The color is a vivid red, and that's due to the farm in which the strawberries, come from in Southern California. Sweet, oh so sweet this jam was. I can't wait until the next time they bless my food.

What ever someone decides to use, or how they use it, they will not be disappointed with these products. You can tell from the jar to the taste, each and every one was created and made from love. If you are looking for more information on how to get these products look here at

Disclaimer: Momzblotter has personally reviewed the product listed above. Momzblotter has not received any monetary compensation for her review. Momzblotter did receive a free product to try out so Momzblotter could evaluate and use it for her review. Momzblotter's thoughts & opinions in this review are unbiased & honest and your  opinions may differ.


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