This Apricot Prosciutto Puff Pastry Braid can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for 2 - 3 day or in the freezer for 2 - 3 months. Thaw completely prior to reheating. To reheat, place the braid on a baking sheet, uncovered, and bake for 10 minutes in a 375 degree oven.
MAKE AHEAD: If you want to prepare the crepes ahead of time -- you can. Cook them as instructed, then transfer the crepes to a wire rack to cool completely. Stack the crepes, inserting a piece of was paper between them, so they don't stick. Store in a zip top freezer bag and freeze for up to one month. Thaw before reheating. Crepes can be re-heated in the microwave or in a low oven.
<br>TIME SAVER: If you want to skip the Apricot Filling, just double the amount of the Apricot Glaze and use it as the filling and topping for the crepes</br>
This recipe appears complicated but it’s actually quite easy. Make the biscuits first. Keep them warm, cook the ham next, and while the eggs are poaching whip up the hollandaise. Just layer and serve this amazing meal. A shortcut to Julia’s hollandaise is to buy a dry packet from your favorite grocery store, add 1/4 lemon juiced and seeded, and whisk in 2 tablespoons of Bonne Maman Apricot Preserves.
Soft little tarts swirled with Bonne Maman apricot preserves with a hint of ginger topped with an apricot half and a sprinkling of sparkling sugar. A beautiful, sweet treat paired with a cup of tea or coffee to start Mom's day off right.
These grain and gluten free crepes are filled with sweet apricot preserves and are the perfect easy, but still special breakfast for Mother’s Day.
Recipe Credit: Modified from a recipe by Cooking With Manuela
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Our Apricot Preserves offer an easy way to make a uniquely tasty dessert. These simple thumbprint style cookies are the perfect way to add a new twist with all-natural fruit flavor. Apricot Preserves add a festive dose of orange color to the middle of the cookies and a deeply succulent flavor.
These almond-based cookies are hearty, wholesome and deliciously sweet. Bring the Halloween spirit to each bite with our Apricot or Blackberry flavors. Halloween themed cookie cutters create a great custom look, but don’t be afraid to carve your own jack-o’-lantern or ghost shapes!
This luscious chocolate cake features the bold flavor of Bonne Maman Apricot Preserves. The apricot glaze enhances the semi-sweet chocolate to create a divine dessert that’s refreshing and not too sweet.
Keep it cool and delectable during the “dog days of summer” with this apricot-infused salad! Prawn and avocado give it a vigor that sets it apart from regular green salads. Our deeply succulent Apricot Preserves create a revitalizing dressing when mixed with vegetable oil, vinegar, red chili and garlic. Roasted cashews and mango round out the flavor. Check out this month’s ways to savor feature for more tips on using Bonne Maman to invigorate cold meals!
Our Bonne Maman Spicy Apricot Chicken Stir Fry recipe is perfect for making a flavorful family meal when there’s not much time to cook. Whip this up in less than thirty minutes and savor a classic dish with a little added sweetness. Bonne Maman Apricot Preserves provide a tangy sweetness that cuts through the spicy chicken and will leave the whole family satisfied.
Make something memorably flavorful for your holiday feasts with this sweet Apricot Glazed Carrots recipe. The addition of our apricot preserves strike just the right balance between savory and sweet.
Make something memorably bold for your holiday feasts with this flavorful stuffing recipe. The addition of our apricot preserves strike just the right balance between savory and sweet. Almonds, orange zest and dried apricot round out the flavors that give this recipe’s familiar spices a new twist.
The mellow sweetness of cooked carrots is deliciously accentuated by refreshing Bonne Maman Apricot Preserves. Add in fresh ginger to round out this full-flavored soup with a citrusy kick!