Delicious, SUPER healthy, just 10 calories a serving.
Blackberry jam recipe
You’ll need a ladle (deep bowled plastic spoon for scooping), wooden spoon, a potato masher. Sterilize the jars while cooking the jam.
Nutrition per tablespoon: 10 cals, 8 g net carb, 3 g protein, 6 g natural sugars.
- 4 cup blackberries
- 1 cups monk fruit sweetener
- 1 cup chia seeds
- 1 pouch liquid pectin
- 1 fresh lemon (juice)
Mix prepared berries, sweetener and lemon juice in large saucepan over high heat. Crush berries with potato masher to get preferred consistency. Cook 1 minute on high until mixture comes to boil.
Remove from heat, stir in sugar-free liquid pectin and chia seeds with wooden spoon.
Pour into sterilized jars to 1/4 inch from rims. Once open, store in fridge and eat within 2 weeks. Open within a year, stored in cool dry place.
Health benefits of blackberries
Finding a great blackberry jam recipe like this one will make you WANT to eat one of the healthiest things that you can add to your diet. Here’s a great article about the health benefits, by Dr. Axe. Especially interesting is the research about blackberries working as a cancer-fighting food, namely slowing growth.
Consistent consumption may lead to better motor skills and mental sharpness, according to reports. Peak mental health and (short-term) memory has been shown to improve due to the incredible nutrients.
Blackberry jam and peanut butter on toast is a classic breakfast that has valuable place in any weight loss meal plan. Feeling afraid of carbohydrate is misinformation – healthy glycogen levels are crucial to your success.