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Freezer Strawberry Jam Sweetened with Stevia


With only four ingredients and three easy steps, this freezer strawberry jam recipe, sweetened with stevia is one of our easiest freezer jam recipes. Simply mix all ingredients in a sauce pan, boil for one minute then freeze and you have easy freeze jam.

  • 1 package, no-sugar pectin
  • 2 teaspoons stevia
  • 1 cup cold water
  • 5 cups sliced strawberries
  1. Put pectin, stevia, water in saucepan and stir while bringing to boil over medium/high heat.
  2. Boil for one minute then add strawberries.
  3. Stir well; pour into plastic containers and freeze.

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Jul 24, 2013

Are you using the small packets of powdered stevia, where a tiny amount sweetens, or the bag on stevia, which measures more like sugar, by the cup? Thanks.


May 3, 2013

Hi LivenLife - This recipe requires the powdered form of stevia. We hope this helps! -Editors of RecipeLion


12 Ratings

May 2, 2013

This recipe looks interesting. I have used stevia in the past that can cause a chemical taste if you use to much. What type of stevia are you using here? Is it powdered stevia extract or liquid stevia, or something else. I don't want to use to much.


Apr 4, 2011

@ Mybobba1 6118392 - You're right; you could process this in a water bath instead, so long as you follow proper canning methods. -Rachel, an Editor for


Apr 4, 2011

Why can't you process this in a water bath and not freeze?


Jun 23, 2010

Stevia is a plant that is processed and used for sweetener. Being that it is a plant and is dehydrated at the end of the growing season there are no chemicals involved. You can grow it yourself and dry it yourself also. In most freezer jam recipes the sugar involved us usually 1-11/2 Cups per recipe. You can get by with1 cup. Mary P.


Jun 22, 2010

Hi! Can anyone tell me how much sugar to use rather than Stevia? Thanks


Jun 21, 2010

The recipe calls for 2 teaspoons of stevia, which is a sugar substitute. The recipe has been updated to reflect this. -RecipeLion Editors


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