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It’s not news around here that I love to add a little spice to my food. I mean I’m the person that adds jalapeno to my water! So when I saw this Smucker’s Fruit & Honey Strawberry Jalapeno Fruit Spread, which is a new product, I knew instantly that I was going to love it. It’s sweet and has just enough heat to really add interest to the strawberry spread. Plus it is naturally sweetened with honey so it’s better for you.
One of my all-time favorite crackers are Wasa Multigrain Crispbread. Have you tried these crackers? They are crunchy, wholesome and totally snackable. They are made with four wholesome grains, Non-GMO Project verified and a perfect low-calorie, crunchy snack. Just look at that texture, it’s perfect for adding delicious toppings!
So how do I prepare my Wasa Crispbread and Strawberry Jalapeno Fruit Spread? Well I add a little cream cheese of course! All you do is spread the softened cream cheese on to the Wasa Crispbread and then top with the Strawberry Jalapeno Spread. Easy peasy. The cream cheese adds a bit of coolness to jalapeno in the fruit spread which creates an absolutely delightful flavor. Add in the crunchiness of the Wasa Crispbread and you have a perfect snack.
Both the Wasa Crispbread and the Strawberry Jalapeno Fruit Spread were easily found at Walmart amongst the crackers and the jams and jellys. Earn $1.00 off Smucker’s Fruit & Honey Fruit Spread.
How would you enjoy the Wasa Multigrain Crispbread and Smucker’s Fruit and Honey Strawberry Jalapeno Fruit Spread? Would you add almond butter or what about a chocolate spread? There are so many possibilities! Check out some other ideas for the Strawberry Jalapeno Fruit Spread here.
Adding cream cheese to a spicy fruit spread is one of my favorite snacks. These crackers look like a great vehicle for the perfect snack! [client]
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Yum! I’ve been eating these crackers since I was a kid. My Swedish grandparents called them ‘hardtack’. I like this sweet, spicy & savory combo.
I love jalapeño jellies!
This looks delicious!