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If summer had a taste, it would be peaches, don’t you think? Preserving that taste in low sugar peach jam means you can delight in that taste all winter long.
I pack homemade yogurt in Mike’s lunch every day and this low sugar peach jam makes a fantastic topping for it. And he loves it on toast with butter or on a p&j sandwich.
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If you haven’t yet tried Pomona’s Pectin, you don’t know what you’re missing. You can make all kinds of delicious jams and jellies without all the sugar. Sweeten it to taste with low amounts of any sweetener: sugar, honey, maple syrup, stevia, or even frozen juice concentrate.
I don’t use honey in recipes where the honey doesn’t remain raw, but I don’t mind using a little sugar as long as it’s not over-the-top.
If you love peaches, you’ll also love this post on dehydrating them: How to Dry Fresh Peaches from Salt in My Coffee.
How to Make Low Sugar Peach Jam
Here’s how I make low sugar peach jam:
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