Cooking with Fruit Preserves and Jellies

We’re taking your favorite fruit spreads, preserves, and jellies beyond PB&J. From savory pan sauces to fillings for festive cookies, here are ten more reasons to have these essential ingredients on hand.

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Chocolate Pizza with Apricot Preserves and Bananas Recipes
Photo: Becky Luigart-Stayner

Chocolate Pizza with Apricot Preserves and Bananas

Wow your guests (or your family) with this deliciously gooey knife-and-fork dessert pizza that makes a perfect marriage of homemade grilled dough, sticky-sweet apricot preserves, fresh banana, and melting chocolate chips. One online reviewer raves: “This is so simple and so yummy! I was making homemade flatbread for another recipe, so I threw this together as a spur-of-the-moment dessert. It was a huge hit! It was so nice that the bread was fresh and hot because the chips melted just a tad as it absorbed the jam.”

Make-ahead tip: The recipe calls for letting dough rise one hour. You can also let it stand at room temperature overnight with the same great results. Slice bananas just before adding to pizza to avoid discoloration.

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