Homemade sugar free jam!

Learn how to prepare homemade tasty jam without added sugar but equally tasty.

These recipes of homemade jams without added sugar are ideal for those who want to eat healthy, with a reduced intake of sugar and therefore want to pay attention to the waistline without losing the taste of bread and jam!

Here we see three recipes to prepare in different periods of the year.


To prepare in autumn and winter.


-500 grams of apples
– Juice of ½ lemon
1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
– ½ glass of water

After having washed and peeled the apples cut them into small cubes, pour the pieces into a saucepan, add the lemon juice, half a glass of water and a teaspoon of cinnamon powder ;
At this point cook over a low flame for about 40 minutes;
After the 40 minutes blend the jam with a blender and finally transfer it in a glass jar for conservation.

The most important thing is that the fruit must be ripe.


To prepare in spring and summer

Ingredients                                                                             sugar free jam
-500 grams of strawberries
– The juice of a lemon
-1 carrot
1 teaspoon ground ginger
Wash the strawberries and remove the stalk, cut them into small cubes; also slice the carrots and add them to the cubes;
At this point add the lemon juice and let it rest for about 1 hour (the rest time is needed for fermenting the fruit in a natural way);

Then pour the fruit into a pot, add half a glass of water and then leave it to cook on a low flame for about 40 minutes; after cooking add the ginger and mix; pour the jam while still hot in a sterilized glass jar sterilized, close the jar with the lid; let it rest upside down for a whole day.


Also this is to be prepare at the end of summer almost in autumn.
-500 grams of apricots
– Juice of ½ lemon
-1 carrot
-1 apple
Wash the apricots, peel and cut them into pieces;
Also slice the apple and carrot and join everything together, at this point add the lemon juice and leave to rest for about one hour;
Then pour the fruit in a saucepan and add half a glass of water;
Cook on a low flame for about 40 minutes; pour the jam while still hot in a sterilized glass jar, close it with the lid and store.

These three recipes all without sugar require the use of lemon juice which is a great thickener and that allows especially the conservation of jams, being without sugar they are suitable for all and also for diabetics who however must always be careful and consult your nutritionist first.

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