Sweet Sauces and Spreads

Blueberry Syrup

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REAL blueberry syrup – surprisingly made only with blueberries! Serve with any of our REAL pancake recipes. 1 package frozen blueberries 1. Place the frozen blueberries in a saucepan on medium low heat. 2. Cook for about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, especially in the first few minutes to prevent the berries from sticking or burning…

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Apple Sauce

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Homemade apple sauce is easy to make. Made with your favorite organic apples they are perfect on top of our REAL Baked Potato Pancakes. 6 – 8 apples, cored and chopped (peel only if not organic) approximately 1/2 cup water Put the chopped apples in a medium size saucepan. Pour a little water in, just…

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Apple Cranberry Raisin Butter (Holiday Butter)

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Apple Cranberry Raisin Butter is delicious in place of cranberry sauce, chutney or apple sauce, or used in recipes calling for a fruit butter like our Holiday Apple Cranberry Spice Muffins or our Baked Potato Pancakes. I like to call it Holiday Butter because it tastes like the winter holiday season. 8 large organic Fuji…

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Apricot Butter

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Simplicity and quality. Simple, quality ingredients to dazzle the palate. For our REAL Apricot butter we use sweet, moist, organic dried apricots and clean water (filtered, distilled). Spread on our gluten-free yeasted bread or our quick soft rolls with your favorite vegan butter and it tastes like caramel.       Makes about 4 cups…

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Apple Banana Berry Compote

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My favorite waffle or pancake topping is fruit compote. Made with fruits that are always available in our house, it’s easy, simple and so sweet. Serve over Light And Crispy Waffles. 2 apples, cut into small cubes (peel first, only if not organic) 1 package frozen raspberries 2 bananas, sliced 1/4 cup water  In a…

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Prune Butter

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What’s in your prune butter? Good prune butter is hard to find! Here’s an easy recipe with just two ingredients, prunes, of course and water. Perfect for Hamantashen cookie filling. Makes about 4 1/2 cups of Prune Butter 1 pound organic dried pitted dried prunes 3 cups water 1. Place prunes in a 3.5 quart…

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Raspberry Pear Compote

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Compotes are so easy to make and are a wonderful alternative to sugary syrups for topping pancakes and waffles. I keep frozen berries in the freezer to add to fresh fruit for a beautiful compote. Serve over Buckwheat Pancakes. 2 ripe Bosc Pears, cut into small cubes 1 package frozen raspberries 1/4 cup water  In…

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Apple Ginger Compote

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I love fresh apple compote and a little bit of fresh ginger gives it a spicy twist. 1 tart crisp apple, cut in small pieces. (If organic, leave on the peel) 1/2 apple sauce (unsweetened) 1/4 cup water 2 tablespoons raisins 1/2 – 1 teaspoon freshly grated ginger  In a small saucepan combine all the…

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Raspberry Coulis

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Raspberry Coulis is a wonderfully fresh, flavorful topping from waffles to decadent desserts. Place 1 package (2 cups) frozen or fresh berries in a saucepan over medium heat.  Watch and stir occasionally as berries “melt” into a sauce.  Add sweetener to taste.

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