Homemade Peach Jam

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This vibrant peach jam is not only delicious, it’s a jack-of-all-trades. For breakfast, smear it onto a flaky croissant. When lunchtime rolls around, nestle it between sourdough and sharp cheddar for a sweet and savory grilled cheese you’ll never forget. Keep reading to get the full recipe for this fresh fruit spread.

Thyme Pine Nut Butter

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When you want to change up your condiment game, set your sights on this savory sauce. Toasted pine nuts perfume the base, and the intensely nutty aroma is balanced by bright, lemony thyme. Throw in a few glugs of fruity olive oil and a dash of salt and you’ve got one zesty spread. Get the recipe now.

You’ll Want to Lick This Coconut Sugar Lemon Curd Right Off the Spoon

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Coconut sugar lemon curd gives you the tart taste you crave with an added twist that makes it stand out from the traditional version. The touch of added caramel flavor means you’ll want to take spoonful after spoonful of this spread. Slather it on scones or muffins, or sandwich it between cookies. Get the recipe now.

Homemade Tartar Sauce

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The next time you need a dynamite dunker for fried fish, saucy shrimp, or pan-seared crab cakes, skip the store-bought condiments. This homemade tartar sauce is swimming with zesty lemon, briny capers, tart pickles, fragrant dill, and oniony shallots. Get the recipe for this delicious dip now. Read more.

Make Homemade Creamy Honey Balsamic Dressing in 5 Minutes or Less

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Skip going to the store and make your very own creamy honey balsamic salad dressing at home in just five minutes. With balsamic vinegar, honey, mustard, garlic, thyme, and a bright hit of lemon, this salad topper is flavorful and memorable. You can use it on your favorite leafy greens any time of year. Get the recipe.

Lemon and Tarragon Pesto Dressing

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If you’re a fan of garlicky green pesto, you’re going to fall in love with this vibrant blend. It’s salad’s perfect companion. Nutty almonds, bittersweet tarragon, lemon, and sharp Pecorino come together to create an herbaceous dressing you’ll want to drizzle all over everything. Get the recipe now.

Classic Mornay Sauce: Add Cheese for an Elevated Bechamel

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What’s even better than a classic French bechamel? When you add cheese to it and make a creamy mornay sauce instead. Super simple with a smooth, velvety texture, it’s perfect for a plethora of different serving ideas from pasta to seafood, and can even be used in baking. Learn to make this staple recipe now.

Golden Tomato Sauce

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When your meals are getting mundane and marinara seems repetitious, up your game with this golden tomato sauce. A sweet medley of fresh yellow summer tomatoes and fragrant lemon basil, this divine sauce is as bright and refreshing as it is simple. Grab your garlic, and read more to get the recipe now.

Homemade “Nutella” Chocolate Hazelnut Spread: A Simple Pleasure

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The next time you’re craving that perfect pick-me-up that’s slightly sweet, a touch bitter, and loaded with toasty flavor, spread this homemade “Nutella” all over your life. With a delicate balance of chocolate, vanilla, and hazelnut, there’s nothing that doesn’t complement this condiment. Keep reading for the recipe.

Texas Barbecue Sauce

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When ketchup just won’t cut it, add this tomato-based, Texas-inspired bad boy to your condiment bar. Our pungent barbecue sauce is swimming with sweet brown sugar, smoky Worcestershire, and a touch of spicy chipotle. Keep reading to learn how to add this tangy recipe to your collection of backyard barbecue favorites.

Garlic Aioli Made from Scratch: The Ultimate French Fry Dip

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Whisk your way to happiness with this garlicky aioli. Whether you’re looking for a sandwich spread with some pizzazz or trying to turn up the volume on your French fry dip, this smooth, decadent aioli is an explosion of savory flavors. Keep reading to add this creamy condiment to your collection of hand-made staples.

Kale Almond Pesto: An Easy and Cheaper Alternative to the Original

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If you can’t get enough of pesto’s garlicky goodness but want to save a few bucks, turn to your new favorite alternative. This vibrant spread swaps in almonds for pricey pine nuts and nutrient-rich kale for basil. Keep reading to find out how you can buzz up this flavorful sauce with just a few simple ingredients.