Recipe: Raspberry Jam (SCD/GAPS)


Feb 01

Raspberry jam. Reminiscent of the summer sun, the glorious heat and the sweetness of ripe berries. I had a craving for raspberries so I made a simple jam from three ingredients: raspberries, honey and lemon. Most health food stores carry frozen organic raspberries or maybe you have a stock of some frozen berries left over (if that’s possible) from the summer. There is no need for excessive sweetening, as the tartness of the berries is so refreshing!

Raspberry Jam


  • Two 10 ounce bags of organic frozen raspberries
  • 1/4 cup raw honey (where to buy raw honey)
  • one slice lemon (organic if you have it)


  1. Place the berries in a pot with just a little water (not too much or it will take a long time to boil down)
  2. Squeeze the lemon over the berries
  3. Bring to a simmer
  4. Cook until most of the water is gone, stirring frequently
  5. Remove from heat and let cool
  6. Pass the mixture through a fine sieve to remove the seeds (this is optional, I just don’t like seeds in my jam)
  7. When cooled, add the honey (I prefer not to heat the honey if I don’t have to)
  8. Mix and refrigerate

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