Strawberry Topping for Waffles

"A favourite around our house! We serve it over Celebration Waffles Recipe #74394 and top it with Whipped Cream! Yum!"
 
Strawberry Topping for Waffles created by looneytunesfan
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
5
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place all ingredients in a small saucepan.
  • Bring to a boil over medium heat and cook until mixture thickens.
  • Remove from heat and serve over waffles warm or serve chilled over waffles if desired.
  • Make a great ice cream topping as well!

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  1. missbluerose
    Made this tonight as a topping for funnel cake. Used fresh strawberries and a little bit more sugar then the recipe called for. Didn't have vanilla. Turned out very yummy - kids LOVE it!
     
  2. CookieMonster2323
    This was very nice, though I think next time I will double the sugar the way that some of the other reviewers did. We poured this strawberry topping over pancakes. The consistency was nice and the flavor was very close to what we were looking for. Thank you for the good recipe!
     
  3. ronandteri
    I doubled the recipe using one pkg strawberry and one pkg raspberry. I used a bit more sugar. DELICIOUS over waffles. Thanks!
     
  4. Nurse Morgan
    This was perfect! I was looking for a strawberry topping for a cheesecake I made. I used 4 tsp of cornstarch, and that made it just the right consistency. However, I used a LOT more than 2 tsp of sugar. I added at least 4 tablespoons, maybe more. The frozen strawberries I used had a LOT of ice clumped around them so that probably gave me a little more water than usual, but it seemed to work out. I chilled it until the next day, and then poured it over the cheesecake. Thanks for the recipe!
     
  5. shimmerchk
    This turned out just okay for us. Even though I used 3 tsp of cornstarch, my topping was not sauce-like at all, in fact, the strawberries looked the same as they came out of the package even after 30 minutes of simmering. I ended up having to add at least 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water to get any kind of pourable result. I forgot to double check and make sure my sauce was sweet enough, and with just 2 tsp of sugar it was very tart. My fault for not tasting as the directions stated, but it was overall a bit of a disappointment unfortunately. I'm sure it is a fantastic recipe, it just didn't work out for me.
     

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