Blueberry Jam (Low Glycemic)

Serve this warm blueberry jam on toasted multigrain bread. Enjoy this nutritious low glycemic fruit spread in less than 1 minute!

Does microwaving blueberries breakdown its Vitamin C content?

According to Fruits and Veggies, “microwaving is actually a good way to minimize the loss of nutrients”.

Researchers have found “higher retention values of water-soluble vitamins (including Vitamin C) in foods that were prepared in the microwave” source: Fruits and Veggies

This blueberry jam recipe contains only “4.77g of sugar” source: FatSecret

Blueberry Jam (Low Glycemic)

Enjoy this nutritious low glycemic fruit spread in less than 1 minute!
Course Appetizer, Dessert
Servings 1


  • 1/3 cup blueberries fresh
  • 1/2 tbsp erythritol or other alternative sweetener


  • Heat blueberries in microwave for 30 seconds in a microwave safe container.
  • Mix erythritol with jam. Serve warm on multigrain toast.


  • Toast 2 pieces of multigrain bread.
  • Add blueberries to top of slices.
  • Microwave for 30 seconds.
  • Carefully mash blueberries until it has a jam like consistency.
  • Add sweetener on top of bluberry jam like 1/4 tsp honey or erythritol.


Adjust sweetness if preferred.
Keyword blueberries, erithritol, erythritol, jam

Bon appetit,!


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As a nutritional science major and pre-med student, I share weekly posts on my blog with a focus on a plant-based and keto recipes.

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