Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe


Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Notes:

• This is written out in red, white, and blue (bottom to top). It is shown in blue, white, and red (bottom to top). You can also layer white on the bottom, blue, red, or white, red, blue. You choose.

• I used Cool Whip which is a brand name. You can use another brand of imitation whipped topping if you like.

• This recipe used Jello instant pudding, but you can use any instant pudding brand.

• This used skim milk, 2% or whole milk is fine to use too.

• The vodka brand does not matter, simply the vodka flavors.

• 4-ounce cups were used for this shoot shot (say that five times fast!) You are getting 40 ounces of a boozy pudding/pudding shot. You can make: 10 4-ounce servings, 8 5-ounce servings (shown), 5 8-ounce servings, 13 3-ounce servings, or 20 2-ounce servings. The choice is what your intent is; boozy dessert or pudding shot.

• You could add a dab of whipped cream or whipped topping before garnishing with sprinkles if you like.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Ingredients:

• 2 3.9oz box Instant Vanilla Pudding
• 1 3.9oz box Instant White Chocolate Pudding
• 3 cups Cold Skim Milk
• 1½ cups Sugar-Free Whipped Topping
• 2 ounces Vanilla Flavored Vodka
• 4 ounces Raspberry Flavored Vodka
• Red and blue sprinkles, for garnish, if desired

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Mise en Place:

Measuring Cup
• Bowls
• Jigger
• Whisk
Wooden Spoon or Silicone Spatula
• Containers to hold 40 ounces of boozy pudding: (2.5 oz) plastic pudding shot cups with lids if transporting, here are 3 ounce Shooter cups here are 4 ounce Plastic Shot Glasses or 5 ounce party cups These are 8 oz Containers or 10 ounce if you were serving this as a dessert.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Blue Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 1 3.9oz instant vanilla pudding, 2 ounces of raspberry vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Steps 4-5: Whisk until smooth.
• Refrigerate 5 minutes.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Steps 6-9: Add a few drops of blue food coloring to the pudding mixture.
• Mix food coloring into pudding.
• Add ½ cup whipped topping and fold into pudding. If after adding the whipped topping you want a more vibrant color, add a few more drops of the blue food coloring until desired shade is achieved.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Steps 10-11: Fill your glass 1/3 of the way full with the blue pudding mixture (see notes for details).
• Refrigerate mixture while you make the next layer.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• White Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 3.9oz package instant white chocolate pudding, 2 ounces of vanilla vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk. • Whisk until smooth. Refrigerate 5 minutes.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Steps 6-10: Add ½ cup whipped topping. Fold into pudding.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Fill the glass to 2/3rd full.
• Refrigerate mixture while you make the next layer.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Red Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 1 3.9oz instant vanilla pudding, 2 ounces of raspberry vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk.
• Steps 4-5: Whisk until smooth.
• Refrigerate 5 minutes.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Steps 6-11: Add a few drops of red food coloring.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Mix into pudding.
• Add ½ cup whipped topping and fold into pudding. If after adding the whipped topping you want a more vibrant color, add a few more drops of the red food coloring until desired shade is achieved.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Fill the glass the remaining way with the red pudding.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Refrigerate mixture overnight.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


• Garnish with sprinkles, serve.

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!


Yield: 40 oz

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe

Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe
Red, White, and Blue Pudding Shots Recipe. This fabulous red, white, and blue pudding shots recipe is great for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. This boozy delight can be consumed as a pudding shot, or served in a larger dish as an after dinner dessert. Make these tasty treats for your next picnic, backyard BBQ, or holiday party!
Prep Time 30 minutes
Additional Time 12 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 13 hours

Ingredients

  • 2 3.9oz packages Instant Vanilla Pudding
  • 1 3.9oz package Instant White Chocolate Pudding
  • 3 cups Cold Skim Milk
  • 1½ cups Sugar Free Whipped Topping
  • 2 ounces Vanilla Flavored Vodka
  • 4 ounces Raspberry Flavored Vodka
  • Red and blue sprinkles, for garnish if desired

Instructions

  1. Blue Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 1 3.9oz instant vanilla pudding, 2 ounces of raspberry vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk.
  2. Steps 4-5: Whisk until smooth.
  3. Refrigerate 5 minutes.
  4. Steps 6-9: Add a few drops of blue food coloring to the pudding mixture.
  5. Mix food coloring into pudding.
  6. Add ½ cup whipped topping and fold into pudding. If after adding the whipped topping you want a more vibrant color, add a few more drops of the blue food coloring until desired shade is achieved.
  7. Steps 10-11: Fill your glass 1/3 of the way full with the blue pudding mixture (see notes for details).
  8. Refrigerate mixture while you make the next layer.
  9. White Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 3.9oz package instant white chocolate pudding, 2 ounces of vanilla vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk.
  10. Whisk until smooth.
  11. Refrigerate 5 minutes. 
  12. Steps 6-10: Add ½ cup whipped topping. Fold into pudding.
  13. Fill glass to 2/3rd full.
  14. Refrigerate mixture while you make the next layer.
  15. Red Layer: Steps 1-3: In a large mixing bowl add 1 3.9oz instant vanilla pudding, 2 ounces of raspberry vodka and 1 cup of cold skim milk.
  16. Steps 4-5: Whisk until smooth.
  17. Refrigerate 5 minutes. 
  18. Steps 6-11: Add a few drops of red food coloring.
  19. Mix into pudding.
  20. Add ½ cup whipped topping and fold into pudding. If after adding the whipped topping you want a more vibrant color, add a few more drops of the red food coloring until desired shade is achieved.
  21. Fill glass the remaining way with the red pudding.
  22. Refrigerate mixture overnight.
  23. Garnish with sprinkles, serve.

Notes

You need containers to hold 40 ounces of produced pudding (this is an or, you don't need all of these unless you are making a ton of this recipe!):

16 - 2.5 oz plastic pudding shot cups (with lids if transporting)

13 - 3 ounce Shooter cups

10 - 4 ounce Plastic Shot Glasses

8 - 5 ounce party cups

5 - 8 oz Containers or 4 - 10 oz Containers if servings as a dessert


Nutrition Information:

Yield:

10

Serving Size:

4oz

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 218 Total Fat: 2g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 2mg Sodium: 79mg Carbohydrates: 43g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 40g Protein: 3g

Want more red, white, and blue holiday recipes? Try these patriotic inspired recipes:

Red, White, and Blue Jello Shots Recipe – Having a party? These fabulous red, white, and blue Jello shots are perfect for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday gathering. Whether you are packing a picnic, having a backyard BBQ, or want something special to take to Independence Day festivities with family and friends, these terrific Jello shots are what your holiday celebration needs!

Red, White, and Blue Pinwheel Cookies Recipe – These fabulous red, white, and blue cookies are perfect for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other patriotic holiday. Whether you are packing a picnic, having a backyard BBQ, or want something special to take to an Independence Day gathering, these terrific cookies – that can be frozen (raw) for up to three months prior to baking – are what your holiday celebration needs!

Homemade Star Cookies Recipe – A fun and festive star cookie treat, perfect for summer picnics, Independence Day celebrations and more! This delicious vanilla dough and accompanying vanilla frosting recipe will have your friends and family gobbling up these tasty Homemade Star Cookies!


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Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies. Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops, and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.


Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies

These flowers are outrageously fabulous when in full bloom during summer and spring. They are on every magazine and poster and all over Pinterest.

With the proper placement and soil care, you can grow these fragrant perennials for many years. Believe it or not, peonies can produce a vibrant display for up to 100 years.

Three Types of Peonies

There are three types of peonies to choose from. Each peony differs on the shape, color, and fragrance.

Herbaceous Peonies

These bush-like peonies have thin and limber stems. Due to the weight of its massive plentiful flowers, the stems often bend.

Herbaceous peonies grow to about four feet high. Once matured, the plants can produce up to 40 large blooms at a time.

Tree Peonies

Tree peonies grow up to ten feet tall. They are woody shrubs with flowers that are much larger than the herbaceous peonies. They also display sturdy, woody branches.

Due to the strength of the branches, they remain intact and strong throughout the winter season.

Itoh Peonies

Also known as the intersectional peonies, itoh peonies are hybrids of the herbaceous and tree peonies. They share the characteristics of both types.

Like the herbaceous peonies, in the fall they can be cut down to four to six inches to encourage new stem growth. Same with the tree peonies, they produce long-lasting blooms.

When to Plant Peony Flowers

Peonies are best planted in zones 3-9 before the first hard frost, between late September to October. These flowers can also be planted later in the warmer climates. However, if you are keeping them in pots and containers, peonies can be planted as early as the late spring or even during the early summer months.

Once your plant is established, at least two to three years after you started growing them, you will start to see the dormant plants emerging as soon as the spring temperatures begin to rise. You can also expect the flowers to begin blooming in April and you can enjoy the blooms up to June. One bloom generally lasts for one week up to 10 days.

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies. Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.


How to Plant Peonies

Here is what you need to get started growing peonies.

Prepare the Materials:

Before you start planting, gather your supplies.

Shovel
● Well-draining soil with a neutral pH (if the soil is too acidic, you can add a cup of lime juice)
● Organic matter
● Bare root peony with the roots firmly attached to the crown and with at least three to five buds
Peony rings or stakes

Choose the Peony Location

Since peonies love full sun, at least six hours of direct sunlight in a day, be sure to choose a sunny location.

You need to have at least three to five feet of space in between the plants, the fences, and the walls. This will allow sufficient air circulation. Keep the area well-weeded to avoid competition.

Planting the Peonies

You need to make sure that the flowers will grow happy and healthy so they will produce a lot of gorgeous blooms for the years to come. To start planting your peonies, follow these steps:

1. Dig a large hole of at least two feet deep and two feet wide.
2. To prevent root rot, spread a layer of gravel or sand to help with drainage.
3. Using the soil from the hole that you dug, mix in organic matter. You can also use bonemeal, compost, or peat moss. Use this prepared mixture to create a firmly packed mound.
4. Spread the roots of the peony around the top of the mound. Make sure to keep the eye, or the pink bud coming from the roots, no deeper than two inches below the surface of the soil.
5. Filling the remainder of the hole with soil, make sure not to let the bud discussed above drop more than the two inches mentioned.
6. Water the plant deeply.

You also need to prepare a support for the flowers, especially if you are planting herbaceous peonies. Stake your peonies with either a homemade stake or store bought peony ring. You want to keep the blooms high and off the ground. Once a peony blooms, it is top-heavy and will fall over. If you forget to stake before the peony blooms, no worries; it is not too late. Simply stake your plant as soon as you see the buds.

Insert the support into the soil over the plant once it is six inches in height. As they grow taller, the plant will start to grow through the ring or stake and be supported well.

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies. Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.


How to Care for Your Peonies

Once you are done planting your peonies, you also need to nurture them. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind so you can turn your garden into a peony paradise.

Give the Peonies Some Time

Peonies need to settle in to bloom. You should not expect them to fully bloom for the first two to three years after planted. With proper care and good soil, they will start producing flowers and continue for many years.

Provide Enough Space for Peonies to Grow

Allow no less than three feet between the plants. Even if they start small and grow slowly, you need to give them space.

Planting the peonies too close together can lead to leggy plants as they are vying for room to spread out. If you provide enough space between the plants, this will encourage plenty of airflow which helps in disease prevention.

Plant Peonies Away From Your House

Ants and peonies go hand in hand. Do not be alarmed if you see ants on your peonies, although they do not need ants to bloom, the nectar they secrete draws ants. The ants do not harm the plants, but, before you take a bouquet inside, you might want to rinse them off or dip them in a bucket of water to remove any possible hitchikers.

For this same reason you might want to consider where you would like peony plants to live in your garden, probably not outside your kitchen window so as not to encourage ants entering your home.

Feeding Peonies With Fertilizers

Peonies do not need a lot of fertilizers. Work the soil well before you start planting by mixing in compost, organic matter, and a little fertilizer.

However, if the soil is poor, you can start applying fertilizer like compost, bone meal or rotted manure to help correct any deficiencies.

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies. Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.


Cut the Peonies

Cutting the peonies can help them last longer. The best time to cut is when you see the bud looking and feeling like it’s a marshmallow or when it just opened.

When cutting peonies, cut the stem at an angle. Strip off the leaves as well. Also, it is best to cut the peonies during the coolest part of the day, either in the morning or very late in the afternoon.

Dunk the heads into a bucket of water then swish them around the container. Doing this will remove any ants on the petals. Shake the water before bringing them indoors.

You can also wrap the flowers in a newspaper. Place rubber bands on the ends of the newspaper and store them on their sides, inside the refrigerator.

Peony flowers will remain fully open for 48 hours and can last up to 10 days.

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Peonies. Peonies are a beautiful addition to any garden. They are extravagant bloomers, beautifully fragrant, and they also provide glossy and lush foliage. You can also see peonies in many garden shops and they make perfect decorations at home. Because of their beauty and longevity, these flowers symbolize a happy marriage and good fortune.


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How to Grow and Care for Bromeliads – Bromeliad plant care and growth; how to grow and care for Bromeliads! Learn how to take care of your bromeliad plant and how to maintain a long lasting collection of bromeliad plants with fairly low maintenance using the tips in this post.

Impatiens Flowers: Tips for Growing Impatiens – Impatiens are the perfect plant for those limited on space, sun, and time. They are one of the most forgiving plants you can grow, and can quickly add a pop to color to even the smallest of growing spaces. If you are curious about growing impatiens, look below at some helpful growing tips. You will find that these tips for growing impatiens can help you achieve the yard of your dreams!

10 Tips for Growing Daylilies – If you are a gardener on a budget, daylilies are one of the best plants you can grow. A small investment in daylilies will give you blooms for many years to come, and these quick growing plants can fill your yard up fast. Daylilies are fairly simple to grow too. Look below at some helpful tips for growing daylilies, and see why this is a plant you should add to your yard this year!


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Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


This delicious, easy to make, sugar-free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe

This jam is keto-friendly if you have one serving. People spazz when they think about eating fruit on a keto diet (including Hubby who has been doing keto for the better part of two years now), but as long as you do not go crazy eating this sugar-free keto jam and count your other carbs faithfully for the day, you should be good. IOW a serving of this jam will not knock you out of ketosis by itself, but there are no guarantees if you are eating other carb-heavy foods with it.

So, how bad are strawberries for you on keto?

Strawberry, 5.68 (net carbs per 100mg) which is approximately a ¾ cup of whole strawberries servings. Link to article

A quarter-cup of strawberry halves contain a little more than two grams of net carbs—or about 10 percent of your daily limit if you are aiming for 20 grams of net carbs a day. Link to article

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


Keto Sugar-Free Jam Notes:

• You could also make this with raspberries, blackberries, or cherries and still be within keto-friendly territory (they are all actually more keto-friendly fruits than strawberries).

• This is also diabetic friendly. If you swapped the fruit to cherries, it would be even lower on the glycemic index.

• Some of the sugar substitutes out today do not agree with everyone’s digestive system. There are a lot of these substitutes even my cast-iron stomach cannot handle. Believe me, no one was more surprised than I was the first time I had gastric distress when Hubby made panna cotta using xylitol. When I say I have a cast-iron stomach, I’m not kidding; I can eat nearly anything. But, that sugar-substitute was not for me. Make sure erythritol (which is very similar to xylitol) is ok for your digestive system.

None of this is meant as medical advice. I am not a doctor, and I do not play one on the internet. Please consult a physician if you have any questions concerning your diet or this recipe, so your doctor can better explain to you the benefits, possible side effects, and any warnings about a keto diet, and this recipe.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


Keto Sugar Free Jam Ingredients:

• 2.2 lbs Fresh Strawberries, cored and quartered
• 1 cup Water
• 1 Package No Sugar Needed Pectin
• 1 cup Erythritol

Keto Sugar Free Jam Mise en Place:

• Knife
• Cutting Board
Potato Masher
• Water Bath Canner
Measuring Cup
• Spoon
• 5 Half Pint Jars
• 5 Pint Jar Lids and Rings
Jar Funnel
Ladel

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


Keto Sugar Free Jam Directions:

1. Fill a water bath canner halfway full of water, and place it on the stove on high to start to boil. It will take quite some time to come to a boil, so it is best to get it started while you prep.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


2. Core and quarter the strawberries. You want 2.2 lbs of strawberries after they have been cored and quartered.
3. Place the strawberries in a large pot over medium-high heat, and add in 1 cup of water.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


4. When the strawberries have become soft, use a potato masher to mash them into smaller pieces.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


5. Once the strawberries have come to a boil, stir in 1 cup of Erythritol.
6. Carefully strain any foam off the top of the strawberries.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


7. When the strawberries have come to a rolling boil, stir in the no sugar needed pectin, and continue to stir, cooking at a rolling boil for a full minute.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


8. Turn off the heat to the burner, and fill up 5 – ½ pint sterilized canning jars with the strawberries jam mixture. Leave a ½ inch of headspace at the top of each jar. You can use 4 oz. jelly jars or full pint jars, as well as any combination of the three that you like.
9. Wipe the rims of the jars clean with a damp towel.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


10. Place the lids and rings on the jar, and add the jars to the water bath canner.
11. Lower the jars into the boiling water in the canner, and process for 10 minutes.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


12. Remove the jars, and set them on a counter to cool. You will know they are properly sealed when the little raised button in the center of the lid has popped down. If the buttons do not pop down, you can press on them firmly. If the buttons stay down, the jar is properly sealed. If the jar does not seal, you can process for an additional 5 minutes, or use that particular jar first. It will store in the fridge for several weeks.

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!


Yield: 2 1/2 pints

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe

Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe
Keto Sugar Free Jam Recipe. This delicious, easy to make, sugar free jam recipe is keto friendly. If you are craving a little sweet on your almond flour toast or keto pancakes, this keto-friendly, low-carb strawberry jam is the recipe you need to make!
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 2 hours

Ingredients

  • 2.2 lbs Fresh Strawberries, cored and quartered
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 Package No Sugar Needed Pectin
  • 1 cup Erythritol

Instructions

  1. Fill a water bath canner halfway full of water, and place it on the stove on high to start to boil. It will take quite some time to come to a boil, so it is best to get it started while you prep.
  2. Core and quarter the strawberries. You want 2.2 lbs of strawberries after they have been cored and quartered.
  3. Place the strawberries in a large pot over medium-high heat, and add in 1 cup of water.
  4. When the strawberries have become soft, use a potato masher to mash them into smaller pieces.
  5. Once the strawberries have come to a boil, stir in 1 cup of Erythritol.
  6. Carefully strain any foam off the top of the strawberries.
  7. When the strawberries have come to a rolling boil, stir in the no sugar needed pectin, and continue to stir, cooking at a rolling boil for a full minute.
  8. Turn off the heat to the burner, and fill up 5 - ½ pint sterilized canning jars with the strawberries jam mixture. Leave a ½ inch of headspace at the top of each jar. You can use 4 oz. jelly jars or full pint jars, as well as any combination of the three that you like.
  9. Wipe the rims of the jars clean with a damp towel.
  10. Place the lids and rings on the jar, and add the jars to the water bath canner.
  11. Lower the jars into the boiling water in the canner, and process for 10 minutes.
  12. Remove the jars, and set them on a counter to cool. You will know they are properly sealed when the little raised button in the center of the lid has popped down. If the buttons do not pop down, you can press on them firmly. If the buttons stay down, the jar is properly sealed. If the jar does not seal, you can process for an additional 5 minutes, or use that particular jar first. It will store in the fridge for several weeks.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

40

Serving Size:

2 TBSP

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 14 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 6mg Carbohydrates: 4g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 1g Protein: 0g

Need more keto-friendly jam recipes? While I do not list it as keto friendly, blackberries actually have even fewer carbs than strawberries. Blackberry Refrigerator Jam Recipe – This fast and easy blackberry refrigerator jam recipe is sugar-free, pectin-free, and totally delicious. This refrigerator jam can be made with practically any fresh berry. Make some today; your morning toast has never tasted so good!


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