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You want to make a healthy snack for your kids with what you have at home, but something different. You should try this healthy apple jam recipe.
When apples are plentifully available, you can try this healthy apple jam recipe – it is really yummy and you can grab it with bread, paratha, chapati or even with pakoras.
This simple and delicious, and scalable healthy apple jam can be stored for up to 10 months in the fridge. You might already have all the required ingredients if you just get the apples. Make with just one apple, or with more.
Apple peeled and fine chopped – 1 Cup (250 G)
Sugar – 1/2 Cup (125 G)
Lemon – 1 Pc
Water – 50 G
Peel and chop the apples into small cubes. In a pan put in water and apple pieces.
Put a lid on the pan and start heating.
After 10 minutes, apple pieces will become soft.
Mash them with help of a masher.
Add sugar and mix well. Continue cooking, stirring frequently.
After 2-3 minutes it will start becoming thicker.
Squeeze in the lemon juice. Mix well and cook for 2 minutes more.
Taste it, and if you want more sugar then add some and cook for a few minutes more.
Cool it and store it in a jar.
Your no chemical, no fuss, 3 ingredient healthy apple jam is ready! Slurp!
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