February 7, 2018

2 Ingredient Jam

Eat Ovulatory Phase

This is by far one of my most used recipes. I hate buying store-bought jams and jellies because most of them have additives and preservatives that can upset the gut in the long run. This route is super cost effective too! (Always a pro)

I put in on most breakfast bowls, toasts, dark chocolate, the possibilities are endless. Making it at the beginning of the week is usually the easiest for convenience, but honestly, you can whip it up in less than 5 minutes if you have a craving!

This recipe works perfectly for all frozen or fresh fruits too. If you’re using peaches, mangos, or apples, I recommend giving them a couple pulses in a blender (unless they’re finely chopped).

Ingredients

  • Frozen Raspberries (Any other berry or frozen fruit will work as well! I love blueberry jam too)
  • Honey

^ I never measure for this. You can use a whole bag or berries or make individual servings. For the honey, just sweeten it to your liking! If I had to guess I usually only add about 1 Tbsp. of honey for half of a small bag of berries.

Make

In a small/medium saucepan add berries and honey over medium heat. Stir occasionally until broken down and resembles a jam-like consistency. Only takes a couple of minutes! Let cool and store in the fridge or serve hot over ice cream, oats, etc.

Store

Store in an airtight container or mason jar for up to a week.

Tips

This recipe works perfectly for all frozen or fresh fruits too. If you’re using peaches, mangos, or apples, I recommend giving them a couple pulses in a blender (unless they’re finely chopped).

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