So simple--and yummy! A hint regarding the foam: drop a tsp or so of butter in the syrup while it's cooking--this will cut way down on the foam.
loved it! i followed review suggestions by adding half the sugar and a little dab of butter. i did strain mine.
wow. this syrup is amazing!
I doubled the Strawberries and only added 1 1/2 cups Sugar and it turned out plenty sweet. Like some of the other reviewers I also didn't strain the berries because we don't mind the seeds and little chunky texture. This is absolutely wonderful over Ice cream, French toast and Pancakes. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.
Very easy and pretty! I did add one large tablespoon or so of an orange liquor as it was boiling......the color was awsome as well as the flavor. I made it to go with blueberry pancakes for a red,white & blue brunch this past 4th of July.
This recipe worked very well for me and tastes good, too! However, just a hint: remember to skim off the "foam" that boils up once you take it off the heat; it will ruin your syrup! Luckily I was able to get most of it out afterwards. :P
This was super good and it didn't last in our home long at all. Thanks.
This was absolutely fantasic syrup. Just the smell in the kitchen when I was cooking it was to die for. I made one small sub to the recipe since I was low on regular sugar. I had about 1 1/3 c. sugar and then 2/3 c. turbinado. Definitely Yummy!!
I made this sauce last night to serve over vanilla ice cream. I followed recipe as stated..We really enjoyed this. I cant wait to serve over pancakes or chocolate fudge cake. YUMMMMM...I will use this recipe for raspberry sauce and black berry....Thank U for this recipe....
Thanks for the recipe. I actually used agave syrup in place of the sugar, and added a hint of molasses. It is totally delicious.
Oh my gosh...this is so good!!! I had strawberries in the freezer that I needed to find a use for, and this was the ticket!! Simple to make, and delicious!!! We had it over ice cream, and it is to die for!!! DH enjoyed it very much also. Next, I'll try it on pancakes... Thank you, Bev!!!