The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

Too Busy To Deal? Try This 5 Second Chia Seed Jam

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LAURYN

The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

Ohhhh yes.

You that read that right: chia seed jam.

Made by yours truly.

Which can be VERY easily whipped up by YOU GUYS in 4.5 seconds.

Jam is my jam.

I LOVE it. It’s just so damn yummy on a piece of toast with a little grass-fed butter. But it’s full of weird fillers.

Don’t worry though, I gotcha covered. Check out this video:

Basically all you do is take your favorite berry ( mine’s raspberries but I also like boysenberries ), 1 to 2 tablespoons of chia seeds, & mash it together with a fork on a cutting board. Spread it on your favorite bread & you’re good to go. For a recipe without chia seeds click here.

& of course, chia seeds are full of healthy benefits: they’re filling, a total superfood, and full of calcium, potassium, iron, & protein.

I seriously make this recipe at least four times a week. & honestly? This jam is ideal for anyone’s who’s always running out the door like a freaking psycho every morning. AKA me.

The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

Sometime I add a pinch of stevia or a squeeze of lemon too.

Ultimately, the goal of The Skinny Confidential is to make things simple for busy people who want to live a balanced life. And this recipe is SO simple!! It’s one that will work EVERYDAY.

Because sorry I’m not sorry, that I don’t have time to make handmade perserves like Suzy f-ing Homemaker.

Try this & let me know your thoughts! Happy Thursday, x.

+ Striped cardigan in video avail here.

++ Pictures 1/5 & video by: Christopher Tran ( << the best videographer…EVER! )

The Skinny Confidential shares a chia seed jam recipe.

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  1. Emily N.

    That looks so yummy and easy! I made a chia jam once, but it was on the stovetop so I am definitely going to have to try yours out seeing that it takes literally seconds to make. Love the video!

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  2. Kristin mohn

    This is why I love your blog! Simple, delicious, and perfect! I don’t have time to whip anything up with a laundry list of weird ingredients that I’ll use once. Can’t wait to someday see a really thick cookbook from you! 😉 I had to say thick cause I love love all your ideas!

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  3. Jessica

    Love this idea. I’ve just discovered chia seeds and have been adding them to my homemade granola. This is ideal if I’m late for work! 🙂

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  4. Alex

    I just finally got around to making this for breakfast this morning! Love it! Definitely going to make it a regular breakfast!

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