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Berry Jam, packed with chia and hemp seeds

Updated: Apr 1, 2022

Using sugary jams, full of preservatives, is a thing of the past! If we have a choice for this real thing- which is a scrumptious and versatile berry, real berry spread, full of w3 rich fats, and ready in minutes; now who'd care for the shelved jams anymore?

I bet it'll be a super-hit once you try it and will be one of your favorite add-ins! Top if off on your granola or spread it on your toast or a dollop could go over your parfait! Any way you plan to eat it, it'll enrich your diet as it's low in natural sugars and full of fiber! You have to give it a try to believe it!

Chia seeds are a very popular source of fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants and micronutrients and helps with weight loss, reducing inflammation, blood cholesterol, and triglycerides!
Hemp seeds are known for it's essential fatty acids, a great protein source and contains vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron & zinc

chia jam, chia hemp jam, no sugar berry jam, keto diabetes friendly, antioxidant rich

Many people are doubtful about the nutrient value of frozen berries. Fact is that frozen berries are as nutritious as fresh, it helps retain the nutrient content. As berries are picked at peak ripeness, and usually no chemicals are added to it before freezing.

So, let's start cooking!







KETO-friendly: use sweetener

LOW-Carb: use sweetener

Prep time: 5 min

Cook time: under 10 min

Serves: 10


  • berries of your choice, fresh or frozen, 3 cups

  • chia seeds, 1/3 cup

  • hemp seeds, 1/3 cup

  • sweetener or sugar, 1 Tbsp

Serve with side:

Granola, bread, yogurt, topping for desserts or fruits


  1. measure 3 cups of berries (frozen works as good as fresh) of your choice and cook them over medium heat. Do not add any water, it will release water when it cooks.

  2. smash it as it heats up to a boil.

  3. add in the chia, hemp seeds, and sweetener/sugar/agave or honey

  4. let is cool and stand for 5-7 minutes to soak up with the seeds. It'll thicken, give it a good final stir and it's ready to go in a jar or freezer!

Feel free to use it as a topping to anything you'd like!

Did you try this recipe? I would so much love to hear your variation of this recipe! :)


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