Homemade Ketchup

When you want to know what’s in your food…

Ketchup is a staple condiment for most people. It’s typically at every restaurant, fast food chain, and in your kitchen. This type of ketchup is usually full of ingredients you can’t pronounce, and since it’s supposed to be a very simple food, you can take the 10 minutes to make your own. Here’s what I used to make mine. Only took me 3 tries to find the right combo!

What you need:

-1 6oz can of tomato paste

-2 tbsp. apple cider vinegar (I use unfiltered with the mother for added nutrients)

-1/4 tsp garlic powder

-1 tsp onion powder

-2 tsp coconut sugar

-1 tsp molasses

-1/2 tsp kosher salt

-1/4 ground mustard seed

-1/4 adobo spice

-1/4 chili powder

-1/2 cup water


Here’s how simple it is. Put all the ingredients into a blender. Blend till smooth. Bam you’re done.

Hubz loves his Polish ketchup, it’s less bitter and more sweet than American ketchup. I love spicy based versions. And the great thing with this is you can customize the spices to your liking!


I fried up some French fries in my airfryer and had a really tasty snack!

I hope everyone is having a fun Saturday night!

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6 thoughts on “Homemade Ketchup

  1. I’m literally trying this recipe tomorrow.

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    1. It’s really goooooood! I’m going to try to make some more condiments now because this tastes WAY better than store bought ketchup:):)


  2. Nice recipe

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  3. I think I will give this a go 🙂 thanks for sharing

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