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Chunky Blueberry Sauce

August/September 2006, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (43 votes)

Easy to make, this intensely flavored blueberry sauce is delicious at home on a stack of pancakes or a scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt.



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Chunky Blueberry Sauce

6 Reviews for Chunky Blueberry Sauce

10/05/2013
Anonymous
Tasty as crepe filling

I liked this. I wanted a blueberry sauce to go with fruit crepes. I didn't measure the lemon zest or juice, and just used the half lemon I had left. Found it somewhat thin, so I whisked in 1tsp of arrowroot and it made it super thick. Worked good as a filling instead of a sauce. We wrapped up double-layered crepes like tortillas.

Happy it had honey instead of sugar
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Anonymous wrote 15 weeks 5 days ago

Your review is irrelevant.

Your review is irrelevant. You can not rate a recipe if you don't follow it.

05/06/2013
Love it!

I have made this 3 times now and enjoy it every time. I made it to accompany the Buttermilk-Oatmeal Pancakes yesterday and it was delicious - I did drizzle the pancakes with a little maple syrup, added the Chunky Blueberry Sauce and a dollop of cottage cheese on top! Excellent!

Blueberries!
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12/14/2012
Anonymous

I actually didn't really care for this. I followed it to a T but it was overwhelmingly sour. That's too bad too it smelled and looked amazing....

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07/31/2012
Anonymous
delicious

A great alternative to macerated strawberries on angel food cake, topped with whipped cream. Whole family loved it, and the cake soaks up the juice well for a tasty treat.

easy, fresh, fast
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09/04/2010
Anonymous

This recipe is amazing!! Along with the ricotta blueberry pancakes breakfast/brunch totally rocks!

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