Forget the dull and laborious cooked jams — here comes a refreshing, quick-to-make fruity keto strawberry jam that tastes just like summer! Read on to find the secrets to your next favorite summer treat and how to make delicious sugar-free jam without cooking. Everyone who has tasted this jam has been raving about it. This jam is also my son’s favorite jam ever, so it’s certainly kid-approved, too.
Vanilla-Kissed Fresh Keto Blueberry and Lemon Marmalade
Tart, luscious keto marmalade with gorgeous blueberries and a sweet vanilla kiss – yes, please! In addition, this blueberry and lemon marmalade is super easy to make as it doesn’t need any cooking. Yes, you read it right, no cooking! That also means all the precious nutrients are there for your body to use and thrive. So sink your spoon into this tasty treat and lift your keto desserts and baked goods to completely new spheres!
Keto Raspberry and Blueberry Chia Jam – “Queen Jam”
Fruity and crunchy, this Keto Raspberry and Blueberry Chia Jam adds a superb flavor to your breakfasts and desserts at any time. With only 5 ingredients, you can create a mouth-watering, delicious treat that satisfies your sweet tooth instantly. A little goes a long way, so just a tablespoon or two is enough to make your tastebuds jump for joy with a delightful berry-bursting flavor. Read on to find out why I call this jam “Queen Jam”!
5-Ingredient Keto Caramelized Red Onions (Skillet Red Onion Jam)
Sweet, tangy, flavorful – these Keto Caramelized Red Onions hit the spot when you need something exciting to jazz up your main course or side dish. When cooked long enough, you’ll end up with an enormously tasty sweet and savory jam that accompanies several types of dishes beautifully. Find out great variations and also my personal favorite way to use this tasty condiment.
Keto Raspberry Lemonade Marmalade
The flavors in this sugar-free marmalade are the essence of summer. Bright, tart lemon and sweet, slightly-floral raspberries combine in a scrumptious spread that you’re going to want to slather on just about everything. You can use it in sandwiches (great for back-to-schoolers!), or as a topping for your keto crepes or pancakes. And that’s not all: there are some wild ways to use this keto marmalade at the end of this post!
Just Like Sugar-Free Cloudberry Jam (Vegan)
If you have ever wondered how cloudberries taste, now there is a chance to taste some — without a single cloudberry involved. It’s a well-known fact in Finland that the combination of carrot and gooseberry produce the taste and look of cloudberry — at least they say so. Join me in my story as I explore whether that’s true or not.
If you happen to have some gooseberries at hand, that is a great opportunity to try out this enchanting recipe. If you cannot get gooseberries, I give some suggestions in the end of the post how to replace them.
Sugar-Free Blueberry Jam & Blueberry Jam Filled Muffins
One could have thought that after developing recipes for sugar-free raspberry jam and strawberry jam creating a recipe for blueberry jam would have been easy as pie. But no, that would have been too simple. Achieving the right taste was easy, though, but the perfect texture needed some research and development.
Because a mere jam recipe would have been a bit too plain, I’ve included a recipe for magnificent blueberry jam filled muffins in the end of the post as a bonus recipe. Enjoy!
Sugar-Free Strawberry Jam
I seem to be in a jam making mood. Last week I published the recipe for Easy Sugar-Free Raspberry Jam and now: Sugar-Free Strawberry Jam. I got so thrilled about my (finally!) successful raspberry jam experiment, that I wanted to try out the same method for strawberry jam. And, my husband prefers strawberries to raspberries.
Just replacing raspberries with strawberries didn’t work, there were many other things to consider and to change. But, finally I succeeded in making jam which my whole family likes, including me. Hope you like this as well!
Easy Sugar-Free Raspberry Jam
When I was developing the recipe for the Low-Carb Linzer Hearts, I needed some raspberry jam for filling the cookies. Initially I used commercial sugar-free raspberry jam, but it was far too sweet for my taste. And I like sweet! Since the jam was sweetened with grape juice, the carb count was also relatively high. And, I’m not comfortable using jams sweetened with Splenda or NutraSweet, so those didn’t come into question either. Therefore, I wanted to develop a fruity and fresh home-made sugar-free raspberry jam, which is also very low in carbs.