Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

country-style fried apples in a white bowl on a grey background


My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma’s country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

Mmmm apples! Apples are a delicious source of fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. Check out the apples from New York website for more apple nutritional information! And, here is a great article with all the benefits apples bestow upon our bodies!

Popular Apple Varieties in the United States:

Most of these apple varieties are available in your local store, farm grove, or at your local farmstand in the north. If you live in New York State, as I do, you know apple picking is a very popular family outing!!

As many of you know, Hubby and I spent a lot of time at Cornell taking Max to the vet hospital the last few years. We were able to see the Cornell Orchards (which are basically across from the vet hospital, with a few roads and parking lot in between), and buy apples at their Orchard Store more than a few times (free parking!). A number of these popular apples on the list below were developed in New York State. And, Cornell continues to work on new apple varieties we can all enjoy!

But what apples are best to cook with? Which ones are sweetest? Which are tart? Well, our friends at the US Apple Association have these great tips and descriptions so you can choose the perfect apple for the “task”:

• Cortland – Founded more than 120 years ago by horticulturalists in New York State, Cortland is a beautiful and tart apple.
Best use: Corland apples browns slower than most when sliced,it is great for serving up as a snack or in a salad.
Available in the fall through early winter.

• Crispin – Sweet, refreshing and super crisp.
Best use: eating, baking, freezing, or cooking into sauce.
Available year-round.

• Empire – From the Empire State, New York, these delicious apples are a cross between Red Delicious and McIntosh and were developed by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. This crisp, juicy apple has a delightful sweet-tart flavor and creamy white flesh.
Best use: all-purpose apple.
Available between September and July.

• Fuji – Fuji is a cross between Ralls Janet and Red Delicious. Sweet flavor and firmness.
Best use: fresh for snacking
Available year-round, beginning in September.

• Gala – Crisp, juicy, and very sweet.
Best use: snacking.
Available year-round, harvesting starts Mid-July

• Granny Smith – Very tart flavor.
Best use: an all-purpose apple, Grannies work equally well as a snack or in pies and sauce.
Available year-round, harvested in August

• Jonagold – A blend of Jonathan and Golden Delicious apples, New York native Jonagold offers a unique honey-tart flavor and crispy, juicy, nearly yellow flesh.
Best use: eating fresh and for cooking.
Available October through July.

• McIntosh – Juicy, tangy, tart McIntosh has a tender, white flesh. Best use: snacking, applesauce, pies
Available September through May

• Paula Red – Sweet and tart
Best use: snacking and making applesauce.
Available: August

• Red Delicious – Sweet, crispy, juicy, the Western Red Delicious are elongated in shape, with pronounced “feet”, the Eastern-grown Delicious are more round. Best use: eaten fresh or in salads.
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Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Notes:

• All the spices, and the brown sugar, are “to taste”. This means if you would like more cinnamon spice, use it! Not the biggest fan of allspice? Cut back on the spice. If you would like a sweeter apple, use more brown sugar.

• This recipe may be doubled or tripled. Just use a larger pan to accommodate all the apple slices.

• Choose an apple that will cook well. I have listed a few above, but some “better” choices, in my opinion, are Cortland, Empire, McIntosh, and Paula Red. You use the apple your family likes most when cooked.

country-style fried apples in a white bowl on a grey board, spoon in a skillet in the background


Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Ingredients:

• 5 Apples
• 8 TBSP Butter
• ½ cup Brown Sugar
• ¼ tsp GroundAllspice
• ½ tsp Ground Cinnamon

Country Style Fried Apples Mise en Place:

Peeler
• Knife
Skillet
• Measuring Spoon
Measuring Cup
• Spoon or Spatula
• Bowl

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Directions:

1. Wash, core, peel, and slice your five apples.
2. Heat up a skillet and melt 8 tablespoons of butter (1 stick) in the bottom of the skillet.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


3. Once butter is melted, toss in the apple slices. If you would like your apple slices to be super soft let them simmer in butter for a bit, if you want them a little harder, add in remaining ingredients right away.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


4. Coat entire skillet of apples with a ½ cup of brown sugar, followed by a ¼ teaspoon of allspice, and then ½ teaspoon of cinnamon.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


5. Stir to coat all apples in mixture.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


6. Once the apples are caramelized and tender, remove from heat and place into a bowl.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


7. Garnish with ice cream, or whipped cream, if desired.
8. Serve warm or cold.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


Yield: 5 servings

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 Apples
  • 8 TBSP Butter
  • ½ cup Brown Sugar
  • ¼ tsp GroundAllspice
  • ½ tsp Ground Cinnamon

Instructions

1. Wash, core, peel, and slice your five apples.
2. Heat up a skillet and melt 8 tablespoons of butter (1 stick) in the bottom of the skillet.
3. Once butter is melted, toss in the apple slices. If you would like your apple slices to be super soft let them simmer in butter for a bit, if you want them a little harder, add in remaining ingredients right away.
4. Coat entire skillet of apples with ½ cup of brown sugar, followed by a ¼ teaspoon of allspice, and then a ½ teaspoon of cinnamon.
5. Stir to coat all apples in mixture.
6. Once the apples are caramelized and tender, remove from heat and place into a bowl.
7. Garnish with ice cream, or whipped cream, if desired.
8. Serve warm.

Notes

All the spices, and the brown sugar, are "to taste". This means if you would like more cinnamon spice, use it! Not the biggest fan of allspice? Cut back on the spice. If you would like a sweeter apple, use more brown sugar.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

5

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 328 Total Fat: 19g Saturated Fat: 12g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 49mg Sodium: 153mg Carbohydrates: 43g Fiber: 5g Sugar: 37g Protein: 1g
Note: for exact nutritional information, consult your dietician. All nutritional information provided is simply a guideline.

If you like apples, you are going to love these fabulous apple desserts:

Apple Brown Betty Recipe – A totally delicious ending to any meal, a great nighttime snack, or a breakfast treat, this old fashioned, sweet and tasty Apple Brown Betty recipe is easy to make and a wonderful use of fresh apples.

Apple Cinnamon Croissant Cake Recipe – The scent of crisp apples and cinnamon will fill your home while this tasty treat bakes in your oven. Your taste buds will be watering, and oh that first bite! This is simply an outstanding fall dessert recipe. This apple cinnamon croissant cake recipe is so easy to make. Believe me, your entire family will enjoy this fabulous pastry.

Baby Apple Walnut Pies Recipe – These simple, six-ingredient, baby apple walnut pies are fabulous! Easy to make, these Baby Apple Walnut Pies will impress your friends and family. A wonderful fall or winter dessert, these baby pies are a wonderful sweet treat.


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Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe

six orange sweet rolls on a blue plate, two fresh oranges in the background


Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could taste better? And sweet rolls aren’t just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe

I know people immediate think “homemade sweet rolls? That a lot of work!”, when they see a sweet roll recipe, and I am not going to lie, this is not a 10-minute slap-it-together-fast recipe. However, it is not a difficult recipe to make either. And once you have made these a few times you will wonder why you ever bought premade, canned sweet rolls.

two blue plates filled with orange sweet rolls on a blue striped napkin, on a wooden background. part of a fresh orange and mint spring are shown on the bottom right


Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe Notes:

• About the only “tricky” part of this recipe is making sure the milk mixture doesn’t get too hot and kill your yeast when added, and not so cold that the yeast will not activate. This is a great article all about yeast. Pay particular attention to the part about proofing yeast.

• One thing I disagree with in that article is the “wrist test”. That may have been great back before thermometers were prevalent, but these days? Use a thermometer. It is just a wee bit more accurate than your wrist.

• 5/6ths of a cup of sugar is a weird measurement. It is 1/3 of a cup of sugar for the dough, ½ a cup of sugar for the cinnamon sugar.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


Orange Sweet Rolls Ingredients:

• 4½ cups Flour
• 1 TBSP Dry Yeast
• 1 cup Milk
• 1/3 cup Butter
• 5/6 cup Sugar, divided
• 2 eggs
• ½ tsp Salt
• 3 TBSP Orange Zest
• 2 tsp Orange Extract
• 3½ tsp Ground Cinnamon, divided
• ½ cup Butter, softened

Orange Sweet Rolls Mise en Place:

Stand Mixer
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Pot
Thermometer
• Knife
• Cutting Board
Spatula
• Baking Sheet

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


Orange Sweet Rolls Directions:

• Add 1½ cups of flour and 1 tablespoon of dry yeast to a mixing bowl.
• In a sauce pan on the stove over medium heat, heat together 1 cup of milk, 1/3 cup of butter, and 1/3 cup of sugar until 110°F.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Add liquid milk mixture to flour and yeast mixture.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Add in 2 eggs, ½ teaspoon of salt, 3 tablespoons of orange zest, 2 teaspoons of orange extract and 1½ teaspoons of cinnamon.
• Beat with mixer on low for 30 seconds then on high for 3 minutes.
• Stir in the remaining flour.
• Knead dough by hand or in mixer until soft and elastic.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Shape dough into a ball, cover, and let rise one hour or until double in size.
• Punch down dough.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Coat your hands with softened butter, and use your hands to spread dough and roll out into a flat rectangle shape.
• Spread a ½ cup of softened butter over the rectangular shaped dough.
• Mix together ½ cup of sugar and 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon spice to make a cinnamon sugar.
• Spread the cinnamon sugar mixture over the butter covered dough.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Roll orange dough into a log and slice into 18-20 pieces.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Place orange dough on a baking tray and let rise 30 minutes, or until doubled.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Preheat oven to 375°F.
• Place orange dough baking tray into a preheated 375°F oven, and bake for 20-23 minutes.

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.


• Serve warm or cold.

two blue plates filled with orange sweet rolls on a blue striped napkin, on a wooden background


Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe

Orange Sweet Rolls Recipe. Warm, homemade sweet rolls; what could possibly taste better? And sweet rolls are not just for breakfast or the holidays! Make this delicious orange sweet rolls recipe any time of year, and serve them up for breakfast, snacks, dessert, or a wonderful lunchbox treat.

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4½ cups Flour
  • 1 TBSP Dry Yeast
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1/3 cup Butter
  • 5/6 cup Sugar, divided
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • 3 TBSP Orange Zest
  • 2 tsp Orange Extract
  • 3½ tsp Ground Cinnamon, divided
  • ½ cup Butter, softened

Instructions

  1. Add 1½ cups of flour and 1 tablespoon of dry yeast to a mixing bowl.
  2. In a sauce pan on the stove over medium heat, heat together 1 cup of milk, 1/3 cup of butter, and 1/3 cup of sugar until 110°F.
  3. Add liquid milk mixture to flour and yeast mixture.
  4. Add in 2 eggs, ½ teaspoon of salt, 3 tablespoons of orange zest, 2 teaspoons of orange extract and 1½ teaspoons of cinnamon.
  5. Beat with mixer on low for 30 seconds then on high for 3 minutes.
  6. Stir in the remaining flour.
  7. Knead dough by hand or in mixer until soft and elastic.
  8. Shape dough into a ball, cover, and let rise one hour or until double in size.
  9. Punch down dough.
  10. Coat your hands with softened butter, and use your hands to spread dough and roll out into a flat rectangle shape.
  11. Spread ½ cup of softened butter over the rectangular shaped dough.
  12. Mix together ½ cup of sugar and 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon spice to make a cinnamon sugar.
  13. Spread the cinnamon sugar mixture over the butter covered dough.
  14. Roll orange dough into a log and slice into 18-20 pieces.
  15. Place orange dough on a baking tray and let rise 30 minutes, or until doubled.
  16. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  17. Place orange dough baking tray into a preheated 375°F oven, and bake for 20-23 minutes.
  18. Serve warm or cold.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

18

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 244 Total Fat: 10g Saturated Fat: 6g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 3g Cholesterol: 44mg Sodium: 148mg Carbohydrates: 35g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 9g Protein: 5g

If you like fresh breads and rolls, you may enjoy these homemade roll recipes and homemade bread recipes:

Homemade Yeast Rolls Recipe – From scratch homemade rolls are warm, soft, delicious, and they smell fantastic too! Nothing tastes better than fresh homemade rolls. Make your own rolls with this easy (really!) Homemade Yeast Rolls Recipe.

Homemade White Bread Recipe – There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.

Zucchini Carrot Bread Recipe – A very dense Zucchini Carrot Bread, this recipe is satisfying as a snack or for breakfast!


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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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