From cookies to cocktails and cakes, there's so much more to strawberry jam than topping toast and scones
Shaken, not stirred. Well, actually – this version is stirred rather than shaken, but let’s not quibble.
A cheeky alternative for your oats – perfect for a weekend treat.
Strawberry and cream cheese muffins
It’s ok to snaffle these for breakfast, right?
Dainty, delightful and absolutely delicious.
No need to save this one for St Valentine – once you’ve tried the strawberry jam frosting, it’s not like you’ll be able to wait anyway.
Strawberry jam bars
These yummy little bites pair strawberry jam with Mayer lemon for a taste that’s not too sour and not too sweet. What a show off.
Strawberry lemon bars
These have a texture so dangerous, one serving and you’re likely to forget who you are and what you were doing. Yes, that good. You have been warned.
Swiss roll swirl
There’s something about a jam-filled Swiss roll that takes us back to being little again. MUMMMMMMY!
This is so good, it is not just for Christmas. We repeat, not just for Christmas.
In England we have the Victoria Sponge, in France they have a Gienoise and the US a Pound Cake. In Sweden, a classic sponge confection comes by way of the brilliantly named Sockerkaka. Everyday's a school day.
Love heart cookie
Pretty much a posh jammy dodger, right?
Buttered bundt cake
Simple, buttery and delicious, topped with a crown of strawberry jam. A right Royal afternoon tea number.