Homemade Raspberry Sauce

Homemade fruit sauces are so easy to make.

They are very versatile and can be used on anything from pancakes, waffles, and french toast, to desserts like my mom’s easy cheesecake or the white chocolate cheesecake pictured above.  ( The recipe for the white chocolate cheesecake will be posted soon. It was one of the best cheesecakes that I have ever made)

I love to make homemade fruit sauces because the taste and texture is so much better than the canned versions that you can buy. It really does make a difference to make your own.

My favorite sauce to make is the raspberry sauce I am sharing today.

A  homemade sauce like this can turn a simple breakfast or dessert into a special one.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. That looks yummy!!

  2. Amy in Arkansas says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe! I know my mother in particular will enjoy it!

    I know it’s a little early, but I would like to tell you one of the things I am thankful for this year. I am thankful for you and to have found your website! I have tried various recipes and I have loved every one! My newly married daughter is also starting to try some of them. She is a good cook (if I do say so myself!) and loves to try new recipes. We both are trying to eat more healthy by cooking more from scratch. Now that she is expecting (just found out yesterday-Yippee!!!) I’m really adamant about it. Thank you for sharing your time and your life and for all of your hard work!! I hope you and your precious family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

    • @Amy in Arkansas, Thank you so much for your kind comment. I really appreciate it and am so glad that both you and your daughter enjoy my site. I love sharing my recipes and tips and am very thankful for my readers who come to read what I have to share. Congratulations on the your daughter’s pregnancy. And thank you again for taking the time to comment.

  3. Evelyn Lucas says:

    Can left over raspberry sauce be put in the freezer?

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