Berry Sauce

30 Reviews / 4.9 Average
You might be thinking...what in the world is berry sauce? Well, it is a simple invention that makes homemade flavored yogurt, strawberry milk, and berry ice cream a piece of cake! All you have to do is mix a few teaspoons of the finished sauce into whatever your heart desires, although I do recommend sieving out the seeds for the optimal berry-flavored milk.
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Berry Sauce swirled into plain yogurt from 100 Days of Real Food

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Berry sauce swirled into plain yogurt

Please no more Hershey’s “Strawberry Syrup” which is pure high-fructose corn syrup! This berry sauce is also a great topping on pancakes and waffles. The possibilities are endless!

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  1. 5 stars
    This is one of my go to recipes. I’ve actually now incorporated it into a popsicle. It’s easy, refreshing and not packed with a ton of sugar.

  2. 5 stars
    This sauce is heavenly in yogurt with granola. I froze the sauce in ice cube trays. Stick two cubes in one cup of plain yogurt on the fridge overnight and it thaws perfectly.

  3. 5 stars
    My two year old son and I made this to go on our homemade waffles yesterday. Not only did he love pushing the blender buttons, but we both thought it was delicious! So much more elegant and less sweet (in a good way) than just maple syrup and chopped strawberries, which is what we usually do. Looking forward to doing this again next Saturday!

  4. We make a similar recipe with 4c of berries, 2T maple syrup, 3T lemon juice, and 4T chia seeds. Combine first 3 ingredients in blender, add chia and bring to a slow boil, let cool. It sets up a little more because of the chia and is great for spreading on bread, topping yogurt or ice cream, or just eating like applesauce. It is perfect for putting in refillable pouches for lunches or on the go.

  5. Regina Robbins

    THANK YOU!!!! THANK YOU!!!! THANK YOU!!! I know flavoring plain yogurt is optimum but I just can’t find something that would work to where I could actually stand to eat it. I’m sure this will.

  6. 5 stars
    I recently made this to serve chilled over homemade pound cake — it was wonderful! I don’t have a blender, so I just left the berries as is (I mashed them a bit with the back of a spoon), and we liked it that way. I’ve been adding the leftovers to yogurt for breakfast, and that’s great, too. In fact, I’m making up another batch now because my husband will actually eat it on honey yogurt (he will usually only eat yogurt with the fruit already in it).

  7. Can this berry sauce be heated, then mixed with milk and possibly white chocolate, to make a berry “hot chocolate”? (Asking bc I’m throwing a tea party bday for my 6 year old daughter and I’m looking for a warm, different and pink drink!) Thanks :) Love your recipes!

  8. We love this sauce in our homemade yogurt! Do you think something like this could work using mango? We live in an place that doesn’t really have berries, only very rarely can we find frozen blueberries and they are expensive (my supply is quickly diminishing). There is an abundance of delicious mango right now though so I was wondering if I could make that work?

    1. I just blend a ripe mango with my immersion blender in a wide mouth mason jar and use it in the same way than the berry sauce with my yogurt. No need to cook it! Just blend!

  9. Karen Cornellier

    5 stars
    This is fantastic and so simple to make! We eat a lot of yogurt and have struggled to move away from the sweetened greek yogurts. Well, I actually prefer plain greek yogurt with this berry sauce on it.

    Thanks Lisa!

  10. I use 1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt and 1 cup frozen strawberries (or other frozen fruit). I add about 2 Tablespoons of honey and a smidge of liquid stevia extract. I love the boost of protein for my kids who are sometimes stingy about meat and other protein sources.