Easy Homemade Mixed Berry Jam with Chia Seeds
Do you want to feel domestic AF with zero effort?
Want everyone to think you're a goddess who can turn berries into healthy, wholesome jam without breaking a single bead of sweat?
I mean, come on, I really could not care less if people think I'm a jam goddess or domesticated. Or anything else really. LOL. That'd be kinda weird.
But! I did feel really happy while making this berry jam. It was oddly satisfying. And seeing the final product - all the jam sealed nicely in my cute jars - made me feel like my life was super put together. Which is always a nice feeling, right? Right.
I actually just threw this jam together Saturday morning. I realized I had a ton of berries that were on the verge of going bad and I knew I wouldn't be able to eat them all before they did. So, here we are. Riveting ;)
This recipe made quite a large batch. Feel free to half it. It will still turn out.
You might also wanna check out my 20-Minute Strawberry Chia Seed Jam recipe if you're looking for something with just one flavor.
Okay this is random, non-jam related, but - Is there anything better than showering and putting on good lotion and getting under a comfy blanket? This is my current situation and I'm thinking it might score a 100 on the cozy scale. It's the best! Do you agree?
Alright, I'm off to bed. I have a long day tomorrow and I already know the pupper is going to wake me up with the roosters. I'm praying this early rising doesn't last forever. I'm definitely not a morning person haha!
Okay, really going now.
Talk soon - Cort.
- 2 pounds or 32 ounces berries (I used strawberries, blackberries, & blueberries), washed
- 1/3 cup sweetener (agave, maple syrup, or honey)
- 2 lemons, juice of
- 3 tablespoons chia seeds