A sweet and tangy Homemade Sugar Free Ketchup recipe that’s easy to make with healthy ingredients. No corn or high fructose corn syrup. Perfect for your favorite burgers and fries!
Ketchup is pretty darn simple. The main ingredients being tomatoes, sweeteners, vinegar, salt and spices. However, when dealing with a Candida overgrowth or when following a specific diet, even the most basic ingredients can throw you off. With Candida specifically, sugar and vinegar should be avoided since they both feed yeast.
In this healthier twist, we replace high fructose corn syrup with Liquid Stevia, white vinegar is replaced with Apple Cider Vinegar (a much healthier alternative) and table salt is upgraded to Pink Himalayan Sea Salt. Simple swaps that make a BIG difference!
I love this recipe so much because it always surprises my personal chef clients, especially the ones following very strict Candida Diets or those with Diabetes. They assume that ketchup is off the menu, then this shows up and it’s like Christmas morning 🙂
So there you have it, a Ketchup recipe that’s EASY to make and healthy too!
Homemade Sugar-Free Ketchup Recipe
Homemade Sugar-Free Ketchup
- 1/4 cup tomato paste
- 1 Tablespoons filtered water more if necessary
- 1 Tablespoon raw apple cider vinegar
- 4 drops liquid stevia
- 1/4 teaspoon pink Himalayan sea salt
- Pinch black pepper
Combine all of the ingredients in a bowl and whisk with a fork. If texture is too thick, add more filtered water 1 Tablespoon at a time until desired texture if reached.
Store leftover ketchup in an airtight container with a fitted lid in the fridge for 7 – 10 days.
5 thoughts on “Homemade Sugar Free Ketchup”
Brilliant! I’ve tried experimenting with my own ketchup but never got the proportions down to a science. Thanks for the recipe! For anyone that doesn’t have tomato paste on hand and looking to use up some tomatoes ripening on the counter, you can peel and deseed the tomatoes, chop them up, and cook down until most of the liquid has evaporated. Then blend up to make a paste!
Awesome, thanks for the tip! This is definitely the time of year when tomatoes are abundant!! 🙂
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