Mincemeat Usage Tips

None Such® Mincemeat is tradition! It’s based on old English recipes from way back when. In fact, the None Such brand has been around since 1885!

 

None Such also means easy and delicious everyday treats! Our mouthwatering muffins and scones, chewy cheese squares and tasty cookies are just a few of the treats that can make any day a special day!

None Such Condensed Mincemeat is used more often in cookies and breads than Ready-to-Use.

No raisins on hand? Substitute an equal amount of crumbled Condensed None Such Mincemeat for raisins in cake, cookie or bread recipes.

Savory StuffingAdd None Such Ready-to-Use Mincemeat to your favorite stuffing recipe for extra moistness and flavor. Delicious with poultry or pork.

Make baked apples extra special by spooning None Such Ready-to-Use Mincemeat into the center of large cored apples. Bake as usual.

Make a quick parfait! Spoon None Such Ready-to-Use Mincemeat between layers of ice cream, sherbert or prepared pudding.

Crumble Condensed None Such Mincemeat into your favorite hot or cold cereal. Combine one box of finely crumbled Condensed None Such Mincemeat with ¾ cup of your favorite fruit juice. Boil briskly 1 minute. Cool. Spoon over waffles, pancakes, muffins or ice cream.

Easy Lemon Fruit Sauce - In small saucepan, combine 1⅓ cups None Such Ready-to-Use Mincemeat, ¼ cup lemon juice from concentrate and ¼ cup butter or margarine; bring to a boil. Serve over cake, fresh fruit or ice cream. How to reconstitute Condensed None Such Mincemeat: Finely crumble None Such Mincemeat into medium saucepan. Add water (see amounts below). Boil briskly 1 minute. Cool. Use as directed. Unused portions of reconstituted mincemeat should be stored in tightly closed jar in the refrigerator. Use in three to four weeks.

To Use For: 9 oz Package Condensed Mincemeat Water Yield
7- or 8-inch pie 1 package 1 ½ cups 2 cups
9- or 10-inch pie 2 packages 3 cups 4 cups
Substitute for Ready-To-Use Mincemeat 1 package ¾ cups 1⅓ cups

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