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Sunday, May 15, 2011

mangia mondays 10: berry sauce from finding joy in my kitchen

hiya, readers!
my trip is coming to a close & i'm happy to be returning...
but not until tomorrow!
in the mean time, i've asked some of my favorite bloggers to guest post!
i'm so so excited to have snowhite from
here today to host mangia mondays.
i get so inspired by, literally, everything she makes...
& so many of my family's favorite recipes come from her blog!


so, you know the scoop:
mangia mondays is a great blog hop that delightfully dowling
& super-incredible lisa from shine your light
host every week.

we encourage you to link up your recipes & food posts!
take it away, snowhite!
......

Hi, everyone! My name is SnoWhite and I blog over at Finding Joy in My Kitchen.  My blog is all about cooking healthy meals from scratch with simple ingredients.  I am delighted to be guest posting here at Delightfully Dowling!  Today, I am going to share an easy recipe for a healthy berry sauce.


We love this sauce so much -- we use it over our favorite waffles or pancakes, spread it over English muffins, drizzle it over our favorite ice cream and enjoy it in a homemade yogurt parfait.


This recipe is incredible versatile; we love it with berries, but peaches and/or nectarines are a lovely addition.  Use what you have and make a yummy sauce.  This recipe is perfect for fruit that needed to be eaten yesterday.  If you know what I mean.... !


Berry Sauce  - Finding Joy in My Kitchen

2 C berries {I used blueberry and raspberry}
2 T honey {or brown/white sugar}
1 T cornstarch
1 T water

Begin by measuring out the berries.  I've used fresh or frozen, slightly squished or not, and they all work!  Choose (or use up!) what you have.


Add the berries to a medium sauce pan.


Sprinkle with corn starch. Toss to coat.


Drizzle honey over the mixture.

Add 1 T water.


Stir to combine.  

Then, heat the berries over medium heat until, stirring nearly constantly, until the berries begin to cook up.

The sauce will thicken as the mixture warms.  Simmer for 2-4 minutes once the mixture is warmed to allow the sauce to thicken up.

Serve warm over your favorite breakfast dish.

Or, place the berry sauce into a glass jar and store in the fridge until ready to use.


To serve, spoon chilled berry sauce over ice cream or yogurt.  If you desire to use it warm again, either re-heat in a sauce pan, or microwave it for 30 seconds and you're good to go! 


Hope you enjoy the berry sauce!



i would put that sauce on everything.
everything.
:)
thanks so much for sharing, snowhite!
please, do yourself a favor & check out
for so many more delicious recipes!

& now it's your turn -
link up those recipes & food posts!

how mangia mondays work:

. add a link to your recipe or food post & visit some others who have linked up before you .

. link back to mangia mondays anywhere on your blog .

. thanks for not linking up to giveaways or items you're selling .

. help spread the word about mangia mondays by sharing this post with others .

until next time,
dowlings, out!

12 comments:

  1. This looks wonderful! I love canning!

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  2. Mmmm. I love berries! Thanks for hosting this link up party! I shared How to Make 5 Jars of Spaghetti Sauce in 5 Minutes for under $3.

    -Nancy @ www.realfoodallergyfree.com

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  3. Your pics are gorgeous! I love berries!! Thanks for hosting...I'm sharing EASY Chocolate Mousse & the story of how I met my husband. We met in the Navy 21 years ago, and have quite the story. Long distance relationship anyone?

    Hope you have a GREAT week!!
    Denise @ Creative Kitchen

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  4. This berry sauce is mouthwatering.I love the look...hmmmnnn... thanks for sharing, Im glad to be back here...sharing my Baked Chili con Carne

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  5. Ohhh that sauce looks wonderful! Mmmm MMmm Mmm!

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  6. Yum, that looks delish! I linked up a couple recipes (including my blueberry sauce for poundcake!!). Hope you enjoy and stop by :)
    -Aimee

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  7. Thanks for the sweet feedback, ladies! I hope you enjoy the recipes here today :)

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  8. This sounds wonderful. I love fresh berries. Hugs!

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  9. This looks delicious! I'd love to pour some on pancakes right about now :)

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  10. This would be perfect on my morning yogurt!

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  11. That berry sauce looks mouthwatering!
    I'm linking up my Chicken and Cream Cheese Egg Rolls!
    Have a great week!

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