The berry and chia jam is sugar-free jam, except for the fruit sugar and maple syrup.
It stabilizes by adding chia seeds to it.
It is a jam with a stable and indulging texture.
It’s easy to spread on anything you want,
Amazing to combine in a good dish of yogurt,
It’s perfect on top a mountain of pancakes,
It’s amazing with latkes,
Is hysterical in oatmeal porridge,
It’s wonderful on a slice of bread with butter,
And the most fun is to eat it just like that with a spoon.
One quick jam,
Without added sugar,
Blown up with good flavors,
Wonderful and exciting that you can prepare in just a few minutes of work.
My chia seeds Berry Jam will delight anyone who meets it.
Happy and indulging days of jam to us all 🙂
Chia Seeds Berry Jam
Ingredients: suitable for between 150-200g of jam
- ½ cup (about 200g) frozen berries (whatever kind you like, you can also use a mix)
- 3-5 tablespoons chia seeds (depending on the thickness you want to get)
- 3-4 tablespoons maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- A little lemon zest (if you like it)
- Put the berries, maple syrup and lemon juice and zest in a blender and grind well.
- Move the formed jam to a small pot and bring to a boil.
- Add the chia seeds to the pot, lower the heat to a low heat and mix a little. Turn off the heat and let the jam rest for about 10 minutes.
- After 10 minutes, mix again and that’s it, the jam is ready :
Move the jam to a jar or a sterilized sealed container and put in the fridge.
A little extra from me:
- Can be kept in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
- Those who want a smoother texture can put the jam in a blender and grind it again.
- Kindly note that it’s always important to insert a clean teaspoon into the jar.
- After the initial grinding, you can filter the jam from the liquids before putting them in the pot.