Blackberry Sauce

Making fruit sauces is one of the easiest, tastiest things you can do to dress up a breakfast!  Cooking down fresh fruits, adding sugar, and topping pancakes or waffles is one of my favorite ways to quickly dress up what would otherwise be a normal weekend breakfast.

Here is a fantastic waffle recipe (just emit the blueberries!)

You may want to adjust the sugar depending on how ripe the fruit is and what your tastes are.  Just give it a taste as you’re making it and adjust as needed.


-12 Ounces Fresh Blackberries
-3 Tablespoons Sugar

In a small saucepan, add blackberries and cook on medium-low heat.  Stir often, until fruit releases it juices and starts to cook down.
Gradually stir in the sugar and keep cooking on medium-low heat, until sauce reduces down, about 10-15 minutes.

Spoon over waffles, pancakes, or even ice cream!


8 thoughts on “Blackberry Sauce

  1. Becca's Kitchen

    03 Jun on 2012 at 8:53 pm

    This looks fantastic! Beautiful pictures too. Thanks for sharing. I’m glad I came across this post on here – your blog is great! :)

  2. Aimee@clevermuffin

    04 Jun on 2012 at 12:55 am

    Yum! Berries are so amazing because they taste like they should be calorie filled and sinful, especially cooked down, but are actually great for you! This looks divine.

  3. Karen

    05 Jun on 2012 at 7:55 am

    It will be berry picking time before I know it. Your sauce over some homemade ice cream would be perfect.

  4. Caroline

    06 Jun on 2012 at 2:18 pm

    I love fruit sauces, particularlyyy blueberry! Sounds delicious, and even better on top of waffles. :)

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