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How to Use

Use daily! Here are some ideas to get you started..

Apps and side dishes:

  • On bruschetta with tomatoes and mozzarella; ricotta, basil, and peaches; cheddar and apples; fig and brie – be creative!
  • Classic combo of tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and Traditional 18 yr old balsamic glaze on a platter or skewered

  • Cheese and crackers topped with your favorite flavored glaze

  • Have two flavors on a charcuterie board with meats, cheese and fruit for dipping and drizzling

  • Skewered chicken with any flavor glaze

  • Grilled and roasted vegetables

  • Sweet potato topping

  • Pesto roasted potatoes

  • Pesto pasta with vegetables

  • Watermelon, feta and mint salad

Drizzle on at breakfast:

  • Plain yogurt with fresh fruit and nuts

  • Toast with peanut butter and bananas

  • Oatmeal with fruit

  • Cottage cheese and fruit

  • Add Sue’s Raspberry to your favorite pancake syrup

  • Avocado toast 

Add a drizzle at lunch:

  • Use alone as a salad dressing, or whisk into a vinaigrette
  • On top of yogurt and fresh fruit

  • On your sandwich or wrap

  • Dip your raw vegetables into your favorite flavor

Elevate dinner with a drizzle:

  • Grilled or roasted meats
  • Chicken breast
  • Fried fish
  • Cooked salmon
  • Topping to burgers, beef, turkey, veggie, or salmon burgers
  • Pork chops with a balsamic flavored applesauce
  • Homemade pizza or flatbread
  • Add to tomato soup with grilled cheese


Dessert ideas:

  • On top of ice cream
  • Grilled or fresh fruit
  • Fresh strawberries and balsamic over ice cream or pound cake
  • Mix glaze into fruit topping on cheesecake
  • Drizzle on desserts for a festive look

Keep in mind that balsamic glaze will stay thick on cold food and will thin out on warm food. Balsamic Glaze can be stored at room temperature, if a thicker glaze is desired than store it in the refrigerator.

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