Content tagged with “Sauce/Condiment, sweet” (Page 5)
Serve this vibrant sauce with lemon mousse, angel food cake.or sliced peaches.
Apple Cider Sauce
Reducing apple cider intensifies its fruity flavor. This sauce is a perfect complement to fruit crisps, waffles,...
Low-Sugar Plum Spread
This simple homemade fruit spread has less than one-fourth the calories and one-third the carbohydrate grams of a...
Simmering pears in pear nectar (available in the natural-foods section of supermarkets) and then reducing the puree...
Adding smashed fresh ginger to the syrup as it cooks infused it with flavor. Try on vanilla ice cream or lemon sorbet.
Mixed Berry Sauce
Frozen berries turn into a quick and simple sauce—a dash of crème de cassis makes it special.
Silky Chocolate Sauce
Bittersweet chocolate and cocoa powder turn into a rich, silky chocolate sauce in a matter of minutes. Simple enough to...
EatingWell Creme Fraiche
Traditional crème fraÃ®che is a thinner, richer version of sour cream. Here we cut the fat by whisking sour cream and...
Orange Marmalade Sauce
Orange lovers rejoice! This tangy-sweet sauce is delicious over pancakes, waffles—even vanilla frozen yogurt.
Orange-Scented Custard Sauce
Steeping orange zest in the milk boosts the flavor of this virtually fat-free sauce, based on a classic crème anglaise.
This quick caramel sauce is made lighter with evaporated fat-free milk and uses molasses to give it rich flavor.
Sweet Marsala delicately flavors this creamy, low-fat raspberry sauce.
Brandy Custard Sauce
Not as hard on one's arteries as a classic hard sauce, which blends butter, sugar and brandy. Evaporated fat-free...
Prunes Steeped in Tea
Prunes steeped in tea and lemon make a quick and healthy dessert. Try serving them over ricotta cheese or with Greek...
Kumquats in Vanilla Syrup
The flesh, rind and seeds of kumquats are edible. Although the preserves are delicious on their own as a simple dessert...
Candied Grapefruit Peels
A fine cup of coffee and two or three of these bittersweet confections make a fitting conclusion to a holiday meal. The...
Brandied Prunes with Orange
Moist, plump prunes work best here. Serve with roast pork or game, or use as a stuffing for pork tenderloin.
Try this sophisticated sauce in our Pineapple-Caramel Sundaes or over Roasted Pears with vanilla ice cream.
A cooked meringue lightens and enriches a delicate custard to serve with fruits and trifles.