How to make your own fresh, low sugar jams

How to make your own fresh, low sugar jams

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It's simple and inexpensive to make your own quick fresh fruit jams. The advantages are not only in the simplicity because it does not require cooking compared to the preparation of traditional jams, but they also contain little and no sugar.

In these recipes, sugar can be replaced by muscovado or whole cane sugar, by honey or by the addition of some dates.

Another advantage is that by using raw fruit we keep all its vitamins and enzymes intact, making it a complete and easy to digest food.

These jams, in addition to being used for breakfast, can be used as sauces for desserts and as an addition to yogurts and smoothies.

But there is a small disadvantage, since it lacks sugar, which is the preservative of traditional jams, we must keep them in the refrigerator and consume them in the next two or three days of their preparation, so we recommend making small quantities.

Here we share two inspiring recipes.In a minute you will have your jam ready!


150 g of ripe figs
½ teaspoon vanilla
¼ teaspoon lemon juice
1 - 2 medjool dates (optional)

Put ⅔ parts of the figs together with the rest of the ingredients in the small glass of the personal blender and blend.
Then add the rest of the figs into quarters and mash just enough to leave some texture.
Store in the fridge, in a glass jar with a lid, for up to two days.


1 ripe mango
½ teaspoon lemon peel
2 - 3 tablespoons coconut syrup (optional)


Put all the ingredients in the blender and blend until you get a fine cream.
Store in the fridge, in a glass jar with a lid, for up to two days.

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Video: 101 to homemade sugar free jams. nectarine (May 2022).