5 Reviews

Made this up as a gift to myself & now definitely have it saved in my holiday gift ideas cookbook! ABSOLUTELY GREAT, & I've had it on granola, oatmeal, cottage cheese & as a spread on some dense whole wheat toast! Certainly is a great gift idea! Thanks for sharin', Sharon! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my raw food teammates in the Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap II]

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Sydney Mike September 10, 2008

This was easy and I have to give a gift to someone and she will enjoy this. Made for ZWT4 the Chic Chefs. I will give these out for office gifts at Christmas.

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bigbadbrenda July 08, 2008

Honey, Walnut, and Dried-Fruit Topping is probably the favourite. I do love that combination; having purchased a similar preserve at a Middle-Eastern grocery store on day, I have been on the lookout for a similar product. Brilliant... Thank you so much.

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TOOLBELT DIVA February 21, 2007

Simple, very easy to make and a wonderful gift to give to someone. I whipped this up in about 10 minutes. I will decorate the jar and add a few recipe ideas tied to the ribbon - wonderful recipe idea, thanks Sharon!

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French Tart February 06, 2007

I have seen things in fancy shops costing a fortune that weren't as pretty as this! The mix took about 5 minutes to make and would be a lovely gift for anyone. You may want to add a bit more honey, I did. I can't wait to have this with yogurt, or maybe crepes or ice cream. What a treat! Made for a cook a thon with all my best wishes.

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Kasha January 29, 2007
Honey, Walnut, and Dried-Fruit Topping (Gift in a Jar)