How to Make Homemade Ketchup in Under 5 Minutes {video}

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Ketchup. A favorite on burgers, fries, and eggs, it’s probably the most popular condiment on the market.

But did you know, it’s also extremely easier to make?!

Yup, you can make your own clean, healthy version at home with simple ingredients you likely have around the house.

All you need is about 5 minutes, a bowl, wooden spoon, a container for your ketchup and the ingredients (shown below).

To show you just how easy and quick it is, I filmed myself making the ketchup. Check out the video below for how you can make homemade ketchup in under 5 minutes!

healthy homemade ketchupIngredients:

6 oz tomato paste
1/3 cup water
2 Tbsp vinegar
1/2 tsp dry mustard
pinch of sea salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
pinch of cloves
1/4 tsp allspice
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1/4 cup honey (or sucanat)

Mix all together. Chill and enjoy!

YOUR TURN: What’s your favorite food to put ketchup on? Share below!

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Lydia Di Francesco is the Founder of Fit & Healthy 365 and Creator of the 15 Minute Workout Club, an online workout membership site. As a Certified Personal Trainer, Lydia educates clients and the public that healthy living doesn’t need to be complicated. She promotes simple, fun, exercise, self-care, and creating a healthy mindset with a long-term approach to wellness.

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  • Pierson

    It only says “1/3 honey”. It doesn’t say the measurement. Could you help me with that?

    • FitHealthy365

      Pierson,

      So sorry about that! I forgot to put “cup”… it’s 1/3 cup honey. Thanks for pointing it out. I’ve fixed it in the post.

      Enjoy!
      Lydia

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  • cecilia

    how long does this last for in the fridge?

    • FitHealthy365

      Cecilia,

      It lasts at least 4 weeks. Ours is done by 3-4 weeks, so
      I haven’t had it go longer than that, but I imagine it will last quite a
      bit longer.

      Enjoy!
      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Cecilia,

      It lasts at least 4 weeks. Ours is done by 3-4 weeks, so
      I haven’t had it go longer than that, but I imagine it will last quite a
      bit longer.

      Enjoy!
      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Cecilia,

      It lasts at least 4 weeks. Ours is done by 3-4 weeks, so
      I haven’t had it go longer than that, but I imagine it will last quite a
      bit longer.

      Enjoy!
      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Cecilia,

      It lasts at least 4 weeks. Ours is done by 3-4 weeks, so I haven’t had it go longer than that, but I imagine it will last quite a bit longer.
      Enjoy!
      Lydia

  • My burger and my eggs usually needs ketchup. I might need to try this
    one soon. You say this is not a processed ketchup but you used tomato
    paste, isn’t that processed already? Or did you make your own tomato
    paste too?

    • FitHealthy365

      Hi!

      I do use tomato paste from a can, which I guess is
      “processed”, but it’s still a basic ingredient and there’s no additives.
      I try to get a low-sodium kind.

      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Hi!

      I do use tomato paste from a can, which I guess is
      “processed”, but it’s still a basic ingredient and there’s no additives.
      I try to get a low-sodium kind.

      Lydia

      • LisiePooh

        My hubs also got huffy when I didn’t buy organic paste….. he’s a food snob! p.s. Allspice is not listed in your recipe. FYI Thanks for this recipe!

        • FitHealthy365

          Lisie, Thanks, I’ve added the Allspice :)

    • FitHealthy365

      Hi!

      I do use tomato paste from a can, which I guess is
      “processed”, but it’s still a basic ingredient and there’s no additives.
      I try to get a low-sodium kind.

      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Hi!

      I do use tomato paste from a can, which I guess is “processed”, but it’s still a basic ingredient and there’s no additives. I try to get a low-sodium kind.
      Lydia

  • BloggerBy

    I would suggest starting with 1Tbsp of Honey, and adding to taste. Perhaps I had sweeter tomato-paste to begin with, but 1/3 Cup seemed very sweet to me. Bonus: fewer calories!

    • Lydia

      Good call! Less honey probably wouldn’t affect the tatse that much. Thanks for the suggestion!

  • Smokie

    I love it on our homemade fries,,,,

    • FitHealthy365

      Yum!! What’s your fry recipe?

  • Shawnee

    Made this twice! I loved it both times. 1st time I followed the recipe to a T. 2nd time a little less honey, a pinch of garlic and onion powder. I think it did need the garlic and onion powder. Thank you for sharing. :)

    • FitHealthy365

      Shawnee, happy to hear!! I’ll have to try with less honey next time.

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