A mason jar filled with chia pudding made with Navitas Organics Chia Seeds, topped with a goji berry jam made with Navitas Organics Goji Berries and Goji Powder.

Goji Berry Jam Recipe

No need to head out to the grocery store when you’re craving a sweet berry jam with your breakfast or snack. If you have a few ingredients including nutrient-packed goji berries in your pantry, you can make your own homemade, healthier version! Use it in a parfait, top your chia pudding or simply spread it on bread.

INGREDIENTS 

½ cup orange juice

1½ Tbsp. lemon juice

¼ cup Navitas Organics Goji Berries, roughly chopped

3 Tbsp. Navitas Organics Goji Powder

1 tsp. agar agar powder

Optional substitution: Navitas Organics Chia Seeds*

DIRECTIONS

In a small bowl or cup‚ mix all the ingredients together except for the whole goji berries. Pour into a saucepan and gently bring to a boil‚ simmering for about one minute.

Transfer the mixture back into the bowl and stir in the goji berries. Place mixture in the refrigerator for a minimum of an hour - allowing the agar to set and the goji berries to plump up. 

*If using chia seeds, simply mix all ingredients together and refrigerate for at least one hour, stirring halfway through.

The jam will keep in a sealed jar for about 2 weeks.

Makes 12 servings

 

Submitted by Julie Morris | Luminberry

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Servings

12

No need to head out to the grocery store when you’re craving a sweet berry jam with your breakfast or snack. If you have a few ingredients including nutrient-packed goji berries in your pantry, you can make your own homemade, healthier version! Use it in a parfait, top your chia pudding or simply spread it on bread.

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Directions

  1. In a small bowl or cup‚ mix all the ingredients together except for the goji berries. Pour into a saucepan and gently bring to a boil‚ simmering for about one minute.

  2. Transfer the mixture back into the bowl and stir in the goji berries.

  3. Place mixture in the refrigerator for a minimum of an hour, allowing the agar to set and the goji berries to plump up.

Note: The jam will keep in a sealed jar for about two weeks.