Japanese snacks tend to focus on unique flavor over crazy colors. However, one jam developer in Aomori, Japan decided to switch it up with blue apple jam! This apple jam is insanely delicious, while still maintaining a visually appealing design. Thanks to this design, this Japanese snack has started taking the Instagram world by storm!
Many people are being creative with how they use this jam in their daily lives. Take a look at some of these imaginary ways the blue apple jam is used!
So, one person decided to use the jam to create an underwater scene for breakfast! We found this incredibly well thought out and creative! Still, as creative as it is, we would love to take a bite out of this delicious looking spread!
Next, we have this stunning pie! The blue and white contrast mixed with the gold flakes and golden crust is incredibly mesmerizing. We are not sure whether to call this food or art. Perhaps, we can just call it both!
Also, the jam comes in a premium set. This set includes small golden flakes that really bring out the color of the blue jam. It looks like an incredibly high end jam that couldn't be easily found. However, it is readily available to anyone!
So, are you as moved by this blue apple jam as we are, or will you pass? Still, let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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