Chia Seed Jam Free PD Recipe

Chia Seed Jam - Β©

Think ahead and stir up a batch of deliciously healthy chia seed jam before tucking in at night. Enjoy dressing up your morning oats with a couple spoonfuls or naturally sweeten up a tray of Oven-Baked Pancakes. This sugar-free condiment is a great addition to any Protective Diet breakfast.

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Comments (27)

  1. posted by Jane Swart on October 10, 2015

    This is SO simple to make and tastes great mixed with yogurt or over refrigerator oats. I’ve made a cherry on, strawberry and blueberry, and mixed berries. All great!

  2. posted by chitownjayzgirl on July 18, 2015

    We put this on the PD banana bread – so easy to make & so good to eat!!

  3. posted by kpieczyn on February 21, 2015

    This jam is very yummy! My kids are picky and loved it.

  4. posted by Laura on February 17, 2015

    What is the lighter tan spread on the other slice of bread? I see a comment referencing a video, but there is no video on this that I can find!

    • posted by Julie Marie on February 25, 2015

      Hi Laura, The other spread and video has been removed do to the ingredients not being compliant to a PD.

  5. posted by suzyq on December 23, 2014

    Hi everyone! I’m new to this PD “stuff” and am loving it! I’m wondering how to find the video that is referenced in the comments above? It says it explains what the other Jam is besides strawberry. Do all the recipes have videos? thanks for any help!

  6. posted by Colleen-a-bean on September 11, 2014

    I was JUST thinking, it needs to be canned! i am going to get around to trying to do a home canning of this so I can make a bigger batch at once and enjoy through the year. I do it with chutneys, with no preservatives, all the time. it’s pretty easy! Nothing lost in trying πŸ™‚
    Thanks Julie, It looks fabulous!

    • posted by Lynda Holmes on December 19, 2017

      How did the canning of the Chia seed strawberry jam turn out? I also wonder if anyone tried to freeze it?

    • posted by carol mccalment on December 7, 2014

      Please let us know how canning worked. Thanks.

  7. posted by Jackie Conley on June 10, 2014

    I am very interested incanning fresh strawberries in different ways to make use of our local berry farm. Strawberries right now, blueberries later. No sugar but ways to keep things without having to rely on the freezer. Any ideas?

    • posted by Julie Marie on June 10, 2014

      I’m not familiar with how to do shelf stable canning without preservatives.

  8. posted by Amy Montoya on April 4, 2014

    My son eats this stuff with a spoon. Absolutely DELICIOUS!

  9. posted by heidi ferguson on February 17, 2014

    Yes, 16 oz is 2 cups. Grocery store strawberries are usually packaged in 16 oz containers. Don’t even have to measure. πŸ™‚

    I made a half batch with some ‘left over, starting to get old looking ‘ strawberries this morning and really liked it.

    Does it freeze well? It’s a great way to use older berries, but I am the only one who will eat it at my house so I hesitate to make a full batch.

    • posted by Julie Marie on February 22, 2014

      Freezing is a great idea! This jam is free of preservatives and may mold if you don’t eat it up in a few days.

  10. posted by Heather Koerber on February 8, 2014

    is 16 oz two cups?

  11. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on November 14, 2013

    Delish!!! Love it!!! πŸ™‚ Another great recipe! I’d love a cream cheese recipe to go on my toast under the jam.

  12. posted by Brittany on November 9, 2013

    This recipe is AMAZING! I made a batch with strawberries for my dad and he LOVED it. He couldn’t tell that this quick, easy homemade version didn’t have any added sugar or preservatives that he’s used to. This could not be any easier!

  13. posted by Mish on August 6, 2013

    This recipe is absolutely genius! I love replacing store-bought, processed foods with homemade alternatives, and this does not disappoint. When made in a Vitamix, the jam has a thick, almost gel-like consistency of traditional jellies. I’ve made this several times with variations, and my favorite to date is multi-berry spiced jam (with cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and ginger). It tastes like mulled wine in jam form. Thanks, Julie!

  14. posted by Denise on July 16, 2013

    I didn’t have any strawberries, so I made this with blueberries. Delicious! Stirred a little bit into my Steel Cut Oats. Can’t wait to try it with strawberries!

  15. posted by sil ob on June 15, 2013

    Julie wondering what does the other bread has on it?

    • posted by Kristina Demers on January 5, 2014

      Hi, I don’t have access to a video… I am a PD-ED member… what is the non red spread on the toast? Is it just the ingredients minus fruit?

    • posted by sil ob on June 16, 2013

      Never mind! Just watched the video πŸ™‚

  16. posted by veganinblack on May 24, 2013

    Since I can be too lazy to make a frosty and clean the blender, I have a spoonful or two of this as a sweet treat.

  17. posted by huclkengirl on May 23, 2013

    I made this with blueberries last week! I ran out of bananas so put it in my morning oats. Very good! What a great replacement to jam with sugar!

    Kristie Clark

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