Breakfast with Kilner®

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it’s important to get it right. We love breakfast here at Kilner®, and that’s why we have a range of products perfect for your morning routine.

For the Coffee Drinker

Budding barista? Café connoisseur? Then the Kilner® Coffee Grinder is the perfect way to kick start your day!

Grind your favourite coffee beans just how you like them with the adjustable ceramic grinder mechanism. Grind enough for one cup, or for the week ahead: Your grounds will stay fresh thanks to the included Kilner® Jar and airtight lid.

For those with a little extra time, why not try steeping your grounds in cold water to extract all the delicious flavour from your bean of choice? Leave overnight, and in as little as 12 hours, the Kilner® Cold Brew Coffee Set will make beautiful coffee for you to enjoy with milk or over ice: Perfect for those summer mornings.

Want a little extra flavour in your morning brew? We have a range of homemade flavoured coffee syrups for you to try!

For the Home Baker

If you’re a fan of fresh croissants or even a slice or two of toast in the morning, butter is an essential companion. The Kilner® Butter Churner is a great way to make homemade flavoured butter for the week ahead and make your breakfast extra special.

Try our Cinnamon & Honey Butter recipe that will give your morning pastry that little bit of extra luxury.

For the Time Savers

In the fast pace lifestyle of the modern office worker, time is at a premium. Overnight oats are the trendy, delicious breakfast solutions for those short on time, and we have some great recipes and products to help.

Served either in a Kilner® Clip Top Jar or a Kilner® Food On The Go Jar, these great tasting and healthy breakfasts can be made in advance and stored until you’re ready to enjoy them!

Raspberry & Blueberry Oats with Almond Milk
Strawberry Granola with Greek Yogurt

This is how we do breakfast at Kilner®, what’s your story? Watch the full Breakfast with Kilner® video here.

 

17th May 2017

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Top 10 Kilner Jar Uses

Here are the top ten most popular uses according to our Kilner club members.

#1 Preserving

#2 Storing dry food

#3 Presenting food

#4 Non-food storage

#5 Decorate your home

#6 Drinks

#7 To grow plants

#8 To prepare alcoholic beverages

#9 Present gifts

#10 Storing fresh food

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19th August 2014

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Jam Of The Week: Lively Lemon Curd

Lively Lemon Curd

If you want to taste summer in a mouthful, you’ve got to taste our Lively Lemon Curd.

You can’t underestimate how sweet lemons can be until you make this traditional preserve. You can enjoy it in a number of desserts by simply adding it as a side, dip or sauce.

We love it with Greek yoghurt with a handful of chopped nuts.

You will need

  • 5 lemons
  • 4 eggs
  • 130g unsalted butter
  • 450g of granulated sugar
  • Kilner Jam pan
  • Kilner preserve jars

Method

Wash and zest the lemons and juice.

Combine the zest and the juice in a heat proof bowl and stir in the eggs.

Add the butter and then the sugar.

Place your bowl over a pan of water and simmer.

Stir the mix frequently.

Once the mix becomes thick, allow to cool.

Spoon your lemon curd into your pre-sterilised Kilner jars.

Seal or enjoy.

Tip

Make sure that the lemons are unwaxed.

4th August 2014

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Bastille Day Blackberry Jam

Enjoy a French breakfast with a warm croissant, a pot of blackberry jam and a hot cup of coffee.

Happy Bastille Day!

Bastille Day blackberry jam.

You will need:

  • 1.8kg of blackberries
  • 50ml of lemon juice
  • 1.8kg of jam sugar
  • 1tsp butter
  • Kilner Jam Pan
  • Kilner preserving jars
  • Slotted spoon

Method:

  • Wash your freshly picked blackberries in cold water and drain.
  • Take your Kilner jam pan and place blackberries inside.
  • Simmer on a low heat for about 15 minutes until the berries have become soft.
  • Add the sugar and gently heat, stirring as you go.
  • Once the sugar has completely dissolved, add the butter and bring to the boil.
  • Boil your jam for 10 to 20 minutes.
  • Allow your jam to cool for 10 minutes.
  • Skim the surface of the jam with a slotted spoon.
  • Take your sterilised Kilner preserve jars and fill with your delicious jam.
  • Seal the jam for later or enjoy straight onto your croissant.

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14th July 2014

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