The first known recipe was published in the 1897 Sears Roebuck catalogue. The origin of the Brownie is thought to be American. It is classified as a bar cookie and is believed to be derive its name from the brown color of the cookie. Folklore has its origins coming from a careless cook who forgot to put baking powder in their chocolate cake batter, but how could something so good be an accident?
Triple Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Walnut, Cheesecake, Butterscotch, Pecan Praline, Heath Bar Crunch, Nuts About Nuts, Cherry Cordial, S'mores and Oreo Cookie
Creme de Menthe, Guinness, Chambord, Jameson, Mudslide, B52, Frangelico, Black Rum Chocolate, Amaretto, Celtic Cinnamon Spice, Irish Car Bomb, The Scottish Brownie, A Little Southern Comfort, Godiva Blend
Sea Salt Caramel, Chocolate Bacon, Pina Colada, Tiramisu, Mexican Hot Chocolate
White Chocolate Cheesecake, White Chocolate Butterscotch, Oatmeal Butterscotch, Macadmia Nut, Raspberry Cheesecake.
After much research and experimentation all brownie varieties save Guinness can be made gluten free by request.
Classic flavors with a twist and some new combinations chosen for their historical, medicinal and magical value. All jams are the price listed below or buy 3 get one free!
During the harvest, leading up to Samhain, or by its more common name Halloween, apples come to the forefront, The Wiccan Feast of Apples is celebrated then. They are known as the Fruit of the Gods, a very powerful source of spiritual energy that encourages balance and harmony. They have been used in spells for divination for centuries, particularly involving love.
The Rose is the flower of love. It was created by Chloris, the Greek goddess of flowers, but of a lifeless body of a nymph which she found one day in a clearing in the woods. She asked the help of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who gave her beauty; Dionysus, the god of wine, added nectar to give her a sweet scent, and the three Graces gave her charm, brightness and joy. Use this to bring more love and joy to your life or any ritual for the Divine Feminine.
Add a description about this item This is definitely a jam to give to the man in your life if he’s not… up to snuff. Bananas, though originating in Southeast Asia are most popular of course in the Pacific Islands. There the definitively phallic fruit was once consumed to…increase sexual energy and potency.
Inspired by the German dessert Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, this is a jam to woo with. includes Cherries, which like other stone fruits is a feminine symbol of love, and when combined with chocolate, known for centuries as an aphrodisiac, and used in ancient Mesoamerican rituals of love and marriage, you have a very potent combination. Use it wisely.
Raspberries have long been associated with fertility and children. An Ancient Greek story tells the tale of Ida, nursemaid to the infant Zeus. While picking the then bright white berries accidentally pricked her finger and once her blood touched them, they were stained red for all eternity. Pregnant women would carry the leaves of the raspberry to help them through childbirth. Later on, in the Middle Ages, Raspberry was a favorite tonic among women and also used for pigment.
Theobroma cacao, translates to food of the Gods is and all too appropriate for chocolate. The name chocolate likely descends from the Nahuatl word xocolātl or bitter water. Invented by the Pre-Olmec tribes of Mesoamerica it has always been considered sacred, offered to gods in prayer, utilized in rituals of life and death, and exchanged in marriage ceremonies. Hazelnuts also were considered sacred, they promote wisdom and were eaten to increase fertility.
Elders in Native American cultures for centuries would tell of how the Great Spirit sent "star berries"(called that for the star shaped blossom end of the berry) to relieve the children's hunger during a famine. Teas they made from them were good for the blood. They were also used in treating coughs, during childbirth as a relaxant and to treat digestive issues. Combined with Cinnamon, coming from the Tree of Immortality, according to Chinese Myth and you have some powerful medicine.
A jam of healing and protection. Historically lavender is sprinkled upon the bonfires at Midsummer as an offering to the Gods and Goddesses. Medicinally lavender has been used internally for everything from stomach trouble, to anxiety, clairvoyance to simply helping one fall asleep at night. Combined with plum which has also been used to promote healing and aid in protection and persistence, it makes powerful medicine and the wood of the plum tree is an excellent choice for a wand.
Originally bred in China sometime after 2200 BC, these oranges were sacred to the Sumerian Gold Enlil, the god over earth and air. They provide purifying energy for both body and mind. Combined with Ginger which Pacific Islanders use to chew then spit on diseased areas of the body to heal people and cinnamon, a known antiseptic and painkiller, this is the jam to cure what ails you!
Since the ancient times in India and Nepal people considered the mango the king of fruit and was worshipped as a tree of destiny. Combined with Chipotle which the Chinese considered healthy, stimulated love and desire and promoted fidelity. Want to find the right person and keep them? Here you go!
A favorite of children all over! Berries, clearly a favorite among all small ones both for size and flavor. Blueberries were used among the Indians to fight hunger during the famine and to draw the eye of the Great Spirit. Strawberries have always been devoted to children, particularly among Vikings. Raspberries for energy, for stamina and blackberries for protection when they run wild.
The Morrigan, often labelled simply the Irish goddess of war and frenzy, but she is so much more. She is also goddess of sovereignty, of prophecy, of both death and rebirth. She is a mother, but not of the 1950’s hausfrau variety. She selects her children carefully and does not hold their hands and walk them through life’s trials, but instead gives you the options and clears the path so that you may walk it under your own power.
Peaches are a feminine symbol of love, spiritual fertility, and wishes come true. In the South it’s believed that serving peach pie to someone helps win his or her love and attention. Prosecco, a fruitier cousin of champagne is born in Northern Italy and is drunk regularly in celebrations, most commonly in the Peach Bellini. Use this jam in a tart or a cookie to draw that special someone to you, then drink Bellini’s to celebrate the love you’ve found together.
In Old Europe, the image of the pineapple can be found in a lot of architectural design, indicative of friendship and hospitality, but particularly when combined with the spicy habanero pepper, the fruit is taken back to its more passionate history. Ancient scholars linked the pineapple to the Babylonian god Marduk and the Phrygian goddess Cybele as a symbol of fertility. Images of the pineapple can be found in stone carvings on walls at Nineveh in Assyria.
Pumpkins, round and orange like the Harvest Moon, are in fact ruled by the Moon, but their element is earth. the energies associated with the pumpkin are money and healing. But the most popular use for them is protection, especially when a spooky face is carved into the flesh. This resulting birth of the jack o’Lantern was an American adoption of an irish tradition. The irish used to carve turnips with scary images for protection.
Most feminine of all fruit. Cut it in half and look inside and it strongly resembles the opening of the female genitalia. Blended with the cantaloupe is cinnamon, revered in Chinese Myth as the Tree of Immortality, (and rather phallic in appearance), coriander, used in love potions during the medieval and renaissance periods and promote fidelity and Clove, native to Indonesia and Madagascar and also used to attract love. Do we need to draw you a diagram? Have fun!
Although probably discovered by accident, balsamic vinegar has long been treasured as the perfect healing tonic for external and internal wellbeing--so much so that in medieval times this "liquid gold" was presented to royalty as gifts. Mixed with the healing and amorous power of the Strawberry you have a very… potent combination. Use it wisely.
Believe it or not, there are sweets beyond brownies. Here are some we are sure you will enjoy!
A treat so popular we were petitioned to make it in jam form!
A summer treat featuring Italian Limoncello in both the cake and the lemon glaze.
Sweet and aromatic
A classic with a twist, both literally and figuratively
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