Pic's Boysenberry Jelly
Pic's Peanut Butter has met its match with our really good jelly
What are the peanut butter makers doing messing around with berries?
Making jam, that's what - but we don't call it jam because it hasn't got enough sugar. What it has got though, is boysenberries.
Glen and Maree, from Tasman Bay Berries, grow boysenberries. Lots of boysenberries. In fact, Nelson is the boysenberry centre of the Universe. Glen & Maree's farm is just down the road from Pic's Peanut Butter World in the heart of Stoke. We are super lucky and get to eat them fresh in December; it's a Kiwi tradition of packing ice cream tubs full of juicy pick-your-own berries. But the rest of the world hardly ever sees them, which is a pity as they are extraordinarily nutritious and boysenberries go really well with peanut butter.
What is in Pic's Boysenberry jelly? Boysenberries (grown in Nelson) 55%, cane sugar; lemon concentrate, pectin.
Once opened, keep our jelly in the fridge
Stirring our jelly makes me runny so if you prefer a firmer spread, scoop me out gently with a spoon.
Love our lids...
Add our purple lidded jars to your core pantry item. The purple happens to be the official colour of our home Nelson, Tasman