Jun 28, 2014

Blueberry Grape Chia Seed Refrigerator Jam. RAW.

Holy cow! I could not wait to share this recipe with you. It is by far the tastiest jam I have ever had. AND, the best part… it’s loaded with those healthy little chia seeds! Yes! You don’t need to cook the fruit and the chia helps it to thicken in the fridge. How easy, fun, delicious and nutritious! Use any fruit you like, too. Piled high atop a freshly-baked almond flour biscuit, this stuff was too good for words!

I used grapes to sweeten this jam but you could also use a little maple syrup, date syrup or coconut nectar, whatever you like and depending on how sweet (or not) your fruit is, you may not need any additional sweetener. I used frozen blueberries. I’m sure it would work as well with fresh, but I haven’t tried that yet. Whatever fruits you decide to use, you MUST try this simple, fresh treat!

Makes about 2 cups. Enjoy!

Healthy trails,




Blueberry Grape Chia Seed Refrigerator Jam

Yield: 2 cups

A nutrient-rich jam without any added sweeteners!


  • 2 cups frozen blueberries, thawed
  • 1 cup red grapes
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 3 TBS chia seeds
  • sweetener of your choice to taste (optional)


  1. Pulse the grapes in a food processor until well-chopped but not total mush.
  2. Add the blueberries (including the juice that has melted off), the lemon juice and the chia seeds and pulse, just to combine.
  3. Place in an airtight jar or container and refrigerate overnight.
  4. That’s it! Keeps fresh for about one week.
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5 responses to “Blueberry Grape Chia Seed Refrigerator Jam. RAW.”

  1. Barbara, says:

    I look forward to trying this recipe along with the almond biscuits.
    Thank you for taking the time to give us all these wonderful recipes!

  2. Helyn says:

    You're welcome Barbara. Enjoy!!

  3. Wow! What a great idea. Thanks.

  4. Trix Bradley says:

    Umm looks yummy. Could I substitute strawberries and see what happens?

  5. Helyn says:

    You're welcom, Bethery! Trix, you can use whatever fruits you like! If you're using fresh strawbs, I would just mash them up with a fork.. They get really frothy in the food processor and have a bit of an odd consistency in the jam (I used them the first time I tried this jam). If they are frozen and thawed, they should be okay in the processor. Let me know how you like it! 🙂

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