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If you are looking for a quick and easy recipe to make fruit sauce for waffles, this is it. All you need is a bowl, a fork or whisk, and some sugar. You can use any type of fruit that you want

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How to make fruit sauce for waffles

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This easy berry sauce is delicious spooned over pancakes or waffles, ice cream, cake, yogurt, or cheesecake. Make it in minutes, and bring your breakfast and desserts from common to extraordinary!

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Jar of berry sauce on a wooden surface with striped napkin beside it and blueberries scattered around it

I absolutely love berry season! There’s just nothing like the taste of fresh picked berries! I have loads of them growing in my garden, and what better way to enjoy them than this simple berry sauce.

Berries are also loaded with health properties. High in fiber, and antioxidants, they are a food product you’ll want to make a part of your daily diet.

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This sauce is absolutely scrumptious! It’s a tasty and healthy alternative to maple syrup for our weekend pancakes or waffles.

And it’s heavenly spooned over my homemade vanilla ice cream!

Bowl of ice cram with berry sauce, bowl of berries and striped napkin in background

What do I need to make this berry sauce?

This berry sauce couldn’t be easier. It’s made from just 4 simple ingredients:

  • Berries – blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, marionberries, or any combination of them. Fresh or frozen berries can be used.
  • Sugar – I used organic sugar in my sauce. Alternatively, you could use maple syrup, coconut sugar, or agave nectar
  • Cornstarch – to thicken the sauce. If you are sensitive to corn, you can use arrowroot powder
  • Water

How to make this sauce

Place the berries, 1/4 cup of water, and the sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil. You can mash some of the berries, if you desire.

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In a small cup, mix together the corn starch and the remaining water. Pour this into the pot of berries, and stir until the mixture is thickened.

Plate of waffles topped with berry sauce, fresh blueberries, and fresh raspberries

How can I use this berry sauce?

  • Drizzle it over vegan cheesecake
  • Enjoy it as a topping for pancakes or waffles
  • Top a bowl of ice cream or use as an ice cream sundae topping
  • Stir some into a cup of vegan yogurt
  • Make a parfait by layering vegan yogurt, berry sauce, and granola

How long will this sauce last?

This berry sauce will keep for up to a week in a covered container in your refrigerator. It can also be frozen for up to 3 months.

Recipes you might also like:

  • Blueberry Oat Bars
  • Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream

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