By Sue Lau on October 02, 2002
Photo by ElizabethKnicely
Photo by ElizabethKnicely
"Easy to prepare, and great for serving over blueberry pancakes. Much better than that stuff in the bottle at the store."
Serving Size: 1 (553 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Very easy and great with Recipe #25690, and ham. I did add a little lemon juice just before serving. I have made this with fresh or frozen and both ways work out great."
"i searched through the recipes for blueberry syrup and had a few ideas in mind. so i used this recipe as my base, but i halved it. i added in maybe half a tsp of lemon juice and since i live in an indian household, a stick of cinnamon and one whole clove. the end product: an aromatic flavorful sauce that reminds me of christmas! thanks for the recipe!"
"This was super easy and really delicious. I can see this being made frequently in our house. I served this over the top of Recipe #424956. Thank you for making our breakfast for dinner extra special."
"This is a very nice Syrup for Blueberry Pancakes. My DH raved about it. Will make again soon. Thanks for posting."
"I have made this a few times...sometimes used frozen blueberries, sometimes fresh blueberries, sometimes I halved the recipe...but one thing is for sure, the syrup always turned out great. Love this on my pancakes. Last night, DH tried it with his Camembert cheese with raving results. Thanks so much for this recipe!"
"Very simple to make. Only had frozen raspberries on hand, so I thawed those in the pan. It created more than enough liquid along with the sugar. Perfect, quick and easy. The entire family gobbled it up."
"I was looking for a pancake recipe and stumpled onto this recipe. My DS was earning a cooking badge for Cub Scouts and the recipe was so simple we gave it a try. I love blueberries and have some in the freezer at all times. My berries were a little frosty so I let them thaw at a low temp in the pan. There was quite a bit of liquid so I didn't add the water. This was so good I may never use syrup again!"
"Makes a lot - mashed the berries well while they cooked, and used the extra for blueberry malts. yum!"
"I've used this recipe many, many times, and I will never even TRY a different one. MAGNIFICENT!!!!"
"So Yummy! A little sweeter than I would like. I'll reduce the amount of sugar next time, but my oh my it tasted like blueberry muffins instead of pancakes!"
"This is soooo good. I have been wanting to make this for some time now and never had the blueberries. I finally had some frozen blueberries and decieded to try it. I did have to add a small amount of slurry, but otherwise followed the instructions. I served this on french toast. So good. thank you so much for posting, this is a delicious syrup that is very easy to make and much much cheaper then store bought."
"fantastic and so easy!"
"Made this for a Saturday pancake breakfast and it turned out splendid! Wouldn't change a thing!"
"I was lucky enough to come upon pints of beautiful blueberries for $1 each- so of course I had to buy several, but with just DH and I, I knew we'd never go through them before they turned to mush. I made a batch of this syrup and served it along side some blueberry pancakes after a long, long run and boy was this fantastic! Really added another dimension above regular syrup. I can't wait to make this again and again- really made our pancakes special!"
"Yumm!!! This was excellent! I used 1 Cup frozen blueberries (thawed for a couple minutes under water), 1/4 Cup sugar and 1 T water. It was perfect - sweet, but not too sweet! I used some for pancakes and have a little left over for ice cream later. Thanks, Sue!"
"Simple and Fresh! Loved this:)"
"It took alot longer to get syrup-y than suggested but a hit! I added a tsp of vanilla extract since I was using it instead of a vanilla sauce. You got to try this on top of bread pudding...yum!"
"like everyone else, i loved it! i cut the recipe in half, as i only had 1/2 pt on blueberries. i also used splenda in place of sugar. served this on top of belgian waffles and will definitely make again. soo easy and so much healthier than that store-bought stuff! thanks for posting!"
"Yum! I cut this in half as I only had half a pint of blueberries. I used Splenda and added just a small splash of some really good cognac. It was very yummy over our french toast this morning. There is some left over as DH wasn't in the mood for blueberries this morning. I'm looking forward to having it over some vanilla ice cream this afternoon."