Sugar-Free Fruit Jam Premium PD Recipe
- Cuisine: American
- Skill Level: Easy
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Direct link to this recipe: https://protectivediet.com/recipe/sugar-free-fruit-jam
Summer’s harvest of figs or your freezer stash of cherries, berries, mango, or pineapple are made into irresistible whole fruit spreads to fill Fruit Newtons on a Protective Diet, or add a dollop of color therapy or spreadable protection to sweet or savory dishes on a Protective Diet. Everything Bagels and Cream Cheeze are just the beginning. Fill your fridge with fruit on the bottom mini yogurt jars. Take your Yogi Bowl jar to go with the addition of jam. Savory grits topped with tangy-sweet jam hits the spot for breakfast or dinner. Oven-Baked French Toast becomes spectacular, and Drop & Bake Biscuits are tops on my list to pair with Fruit Jam. Cornbread Under Pressure with Jam is my summertime no-bake solution. When the holidays roll around, I will create a Cheeze Ball board with the brightness of fruit jam and crunchy Quarantine Crackers. Add a layer into Nice Cream Sandwiches or swirl jam into Breakfast Brownies. Frozen into Nice Cream scoops, it gels into a texture I am too excited about to describe. Please see the recipe suggestions for more ways to enjoy Sugar-Free Fruit Jam and share how you enjoyed it in the comments below.
I love this recipe. I have a bunch of fresh figs I picked off a friends tree here in Nor Cal and I am excited to make Fruit Newtons. This is my 2nd round and I hope to be better at rolling them. They are super good!
How well will plums work?
I’m not sure. Be sure to dice the skins.
I didnt like it with plums for the skins reason. Thanks for the tip!