Easy Homemade Ketchup Sweetened With Honey
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Ketchup is one of the most kid-friendly foods out there, and some kids (mine!) will eat anything, including liver, with ketchup on it. Unfortunately, most store bought versions are packed with GMO tomatoes and High Fructose Corn Syrup. An Oregon Cottage website shares how to make a no sugar honey based homemade ketchup recipe.
Trying to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet can be an overwhelming task but it is possible with effort. This version of ketchup is made using only honey as the sweetener so that means no processed sugars.
This recipe is not only easy and nourishing but it tastes like a more “grown up” version of the classic that we grew up loving as a dip for french fries, a spread on burgers or a topping on meatloaf. This ketchup is delicious.