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Refrigerator jam


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Ingredients

1 jar(s)

Jam ingredients

  • 250 grams Mixed berries of choice, can be fresh or frozen (thawed partially)
  • 2 tbsp Raw Honey
  • 2 tbsp chia seeds
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Recipe's preparation

    Mixing jam
  1. 1. Place all ingredients in TM bowl and process for 5 seconds, speed 4 (or chop to your preferred consistency).

    2. Place in a clean jar and refrigerate overnight so that jam can set (chia seeds become sticky and hold jam together).

     

     

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Tip

Jam will only keep in the fridge for a few days.  Can be frozen.

 

 Thanks to my customer Sharryn for sharing this recipe with me.  It is delicious and is a healthier alternative to conventional jams that are loaded with sugar.

 


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  • love that i dont have to cook

    Submitted by melsway on 28. October 2014 - 21:05.

    love that i dont have to cook jam! i used mixed berries and rice malt syrup and added a squeeze of lemon juice. Turns out exactly like jam! I freeze excess in ice cube trays and just defrost overnight when i want it.

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  • I've taken to making smaller

    Submitted by Hayley-B on 9. February 2014 - 11:57.

    I've taken to making smaller lots, so that I don't waste any tmrc_emoticons.) Really yummy and easy to make a range of flavour combinations. 

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  • Made this with homegrown

    Submitted by BekNorman on 15. January 2014 - 13:43.

    Made this with homegrown plums and it is devine! I cooked the plums for 10mins on 100c first though. 

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