1. Combine pear, ginger and lemon juice together in a medium sauce pot.
2. Cover and cook over medium heat for approximately 1 hour or until pear has released its juices and cooked down to a soft, mushy consistency. Make sure to stir every so often to prevent the ginger from burning on the bottom of the pot.
3. Once the pear has cooked down, reduce to a simmer.
4. Stir in sugar and continue to cook, stirring occasionally, until it becomes a thick, jam-like consistency.
5. Allow marmalade to cool completely before serving. Spread the marmalade on Brownie Brittle or serve marmalade in a bowl surrounded by Brownie Brittle for dipping.
In 1992, Sheila G. Mains, better known in the food business as Sheila G, took a treasured family recipe for fudge brownies and baked her way into a thriving business. You may even have tasted one of her rich, dense squares of heaven at some of our nation’s finest restaurants and theme parks. So, where exactly did the inspiration for her scrumptious new Brownie Brittle™ snack come from? Read more...