3 Ingredient Raspberry Quick Jam- No Pectin Necessary

Most breakfasts on the run are usually made in a toaster. The pre-made frozen breakfasts are taken from the freezer and simply defrosted until heated through. These quick breakfasts are average at best. Many have no nutritional value, and have a high sodium and fat content.

In that same amount of time, you can treat yourself to a wholesome and delicious breakfast that has the nourishment you need to get you through your day. With a little advance planning, you can have whole grain and fruit filled goodness that can’t be compared to a frozen and reheated preservative laden meal.

3 Ingredient Raspberry Quick Jam - No Pectin Necessary

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Breakfast on the run made healthy, wholesome, and Dairy-Free.

Recipe written by GourmetMariChef. To make the toast extra nourishing, I toasted Whole Foods™ Organic Whole Grain Bread.


  • 1 6 oz. pack of Organic Raspberries, rinsed
  • 3 tbsp. organic honey
  • 1 cut end of a lemon
  • a few tbsp. water


  1. In a small stainless steel pot, add the raspberries, honey and the lemon.
  2. Add in the water and simmer on low, stirring while keeping an eye on it.
  3. Keep simmering until it thickens. It will be thick even without pectin.
  4. Assemble on toasted Organic Whole Grain Bread with Kite Hill® Dairy Free Spreadable Soft Ricotta style cheese. Add fresh fruit on top.
  5. This jam will keep in the refrigerator for 1 week, but it will be used up in a few days as it is great swirled into yogurt or on pancakes.

2 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Raspberry Quick Jam- No Pectin Necessary

  1. Sounds wonderful! I wonder if this would work with blackberries and agave, in place of raspberries and honey. I still have a bunch of blackberries in the freezer left over from what I picked last summer. This’ll be great!

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