I just found the funniest thing.
It's this series that Wired Magazine is doing, where actors answer the most googled questions about themselves. I just watched one with Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler. (video below) I am kind of in awe of people who can spitball like these two can. They are improv geniuses.
But on to today's recipe.
We're going to make low carb jam out of berries, sugar-free sweetener and Jello. This is a low carb take on a recipe for Rhubarb Raspberry Jam that I found in the Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook. Rhubarb is only in season for a brief period of time, so I've changed the recipe to include blueberries and blackberries instead.
When I substituted in sugar-free sweetener and Jello, it lowered the carb count to just 1g per tablespoon. Normal sugary jam has around 13g carbs per tablespoon, most of which is pure sugar. So this makes for a great healthy alternative.
This berry jam is great on Keto yogurt, and Keto waffles. And it's terrific on low carb breads like psyllium bread and even low carb yeast bread. Yep, this Jello jam is good on just about anything.
It's an improv genius.
Low Carb Keto Jello Jelly Jam
This recipe is a very easy to make jeam that you make using berries and Jello. And each serving has just 1g net carbs.
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 10
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: 4 ½ cups 1x
- Category: Condiment
- Cuisine: American
- Diet: Diabetic
- 12 oz blackberries (2 small containers)
- 6 oz raspberries (1 small container)
- 18 oz blueberries (3 small containers)
- ¾ cup Swerve or equivalent granulated sweetener
- 1 (.3oz) small package sugar - free raspberry Jello
- 1 envelope Knox unflavored gelatine
Step 1. Wash the berries well, then mix the berries and sweetener together in a large bowl.
Step 2. Allow the mixture to sit for 15 minutes.
Step 3. Add to a large pot or saucepan and cook over medium high heat for 10 minutes, until all the berries have broken down and released their juices.
Step 4. Mash the berries with a potato masher.
Step 5. Add in the Sugar-Free Jello and Knox Unflavored Gelatine and mix to dissolve. Test for sweetness and add more sweetener to taste.
Step 6. Chill in the refrigerator.
- Serving Size: 1 tablespoon
- Calories: 4
- Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 1
- Fiber: <1
- Protein: <1
Keywords: Low Carb Jello Jam, Keto Jello Jam, Sugar-Free Jello Jam
If you liked this low carb Jelly recipe, then you might like my recipes for Orange Marmalade, Raspberry Chia Seed Jam and Blueberry Jam.
I made this and got about four 8 oz jars from it and its so good! Tastes like elderberry jam I got from Marshall's without all the added sugar and was so easy and quick to make. Thank you I'm going to keep making this!
Emily Krill says
Oh, thank you. ! If you liked this Jello jam recipe, then you might like my recipe for orange marmalade too. https://www.resolutioneats.com/blog/sugar-free-orange-marmalade-recipe/
Suzie Frusha says
Is it possible to can this in jars and put on the shelf until ready to open?
If you can it properly it’ll last on the shelf. Here are some good instructions. https://www.marthastewart.com/1009782/summer-preserved?
I’m making this now.
Do you freeze this jam?
No, just refrigerate it.
Melony J Pulley says
Did you mean .3oz jello? I only have 3oz.
Yes, this recipe calls for Sugar-Free Jello which comes in .3 oz packages. Regular Jello is 3oz. You may be able to substitute one for the other, but I have never experimented with regular Jello, so I don't know how much you should use.
Rhonda M. says
It looks so fresh and tasty. Can’t wait to make it at tonight.
Let me know how it goes.