Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Uses: poured on a plate to dress a cake,Check out my Decadent Chocolate Cake. You can add it to vinegar and oil for a raspberry dressing for salad! Pour it on cream cheese for a spread! Pour it on Ice Cream! Or make a shake!


  1. Puree in blender; you can strain if you don`t like the seeds.
  2. Keep in mind the seed have vitamins like E.
  3. I keep them in because I like them.
  4. Chill till ready to use!
Most Helpful

I made this with homemade raspberry liqueur I made last raspberry season. I poured it over vanilla ice cream scoops that I had places in chocolate cups. Turned out very yummy.

queenbeatrice August 18, 2010

Fresh berries give this sauce a brilliant red color. I had to add 3 tbls of sugar to recreate the wonderful sweet-sour taste of fully ripe fresh picked raspberries. The dark herbal flavor from the Chambord added depth to the sauce. Unlike frozen or cooked raspberries, the fresh seeds were woody and unpleasant. It only took 5 minutes to strain them out. A very versatile desert sauce that would also go well with green vegetables, shellfish, duck and poultry.

Lorac March 08, 2003