Do you miss making your own jams? It's very easy to make low-sugar jams with the pectin I suggest in this recipe. Follow the link (highlighted text). Imagine buttering rye crisp bread, low-carb crackers, low-carb English Muffins or a slice of fresh low-carb bread and spreading a teaspoon of this delicious jam on it. The apricot jam is quite tart, so you could use less lemon juice if you want it less acidic. My husband loves the apricot jam, and all of them really. I used to make more jam when we lived in Canada, as the kinds of fruits one needs were more available in Canada than in the tropics. One gets different fruit here and the imported fruit such as apricots cost a small fortune. So, to make this jam recently, I spent a small fortune...well, not really, but it wasn't inexpensive, that's for sure. Please be careful...the jam will be very hot! Also, the pic above shows the jam hot off the stove...so the jam has not yet set properly. It set beautifully by the way!
1 package No Sugar Needed Fruit Pectin (Sure Jell - Amazon) (49 g)