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This is really easy and quick to prepare in the morning. The flavors work great together, and it was a great way to use up very ripe strawberries. I also love that it doesn't contain processed sugar.
Wonderful! I had to increase the recipe by a lot, because I had gazoodles of strawberries that were teetering on the edge of starting to go bad ... so I think I may have blown the ratio of strawberries to honey to lemon juice. But all three flavors are clearly present, and are absolutely delicious. I had to pull myself away from the bowl to make sure there'd be enough for tonight. We'll serve this on nonfat yogurt cheese, and it'll be terrific (since I already know how great it tastes). Thanks so much for posting this!
This sauce is wonderful! I did sweeten my strawberries before using in the recipe because others had stated that this recipe was not sweet. We do like a sweet syrup on our pancakes. The result was delicious and I know this strawberry sauce will be a grand slam served over our pancakes this morning! Thanks, Paula, for another wonderful recipe!
I made this up this morning using some strawberries I'd had macerating for a couple of days. Because the strawberries had been macerating, they were on the sweeter side and made a delicious sauce with the honey and slightly less lemon juice than called for (I used 2 tablespoonsful). Topping pancakes, this was delicious and shockingly red!
I halved this recipe because...can you believe it... I'm almost out of strawberries! Yikes! Anyway, we had this lovely syrup over french toast. My 3 year old loved it... my one year old wasn't quite sure about it. It may have been too tart for her as my strawberries this time didn't seem real sweet. I personally loved it and enjoyed the change from maple syrup. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe! Pic coming soon :)
I used this over pancakes, and it does make a nice change from the usual syrups. It is a bit on the tart side, but the taste grew on me with each bite. I was wondering what to do with the cup or so leftover (having nothing suitable in the foreseeable future) and came up with an agreeable discovery: I added it to about 4 cups of water in a pitcher and ended up with a refreshing drink-- a sort of "strawberry-ade". Very nice ! Thanks for posting.