By PaulaG on June 28, 2004
Photo by Bev
Photo by Bev
"This recipe comes from Essentials of Healthful Cooking by William-Sonoma. I use this sauce instead of syrup on pancakes and waffles."
Serving Size: 1 (375 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"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."