No cook Simple Raspberry Sauce!
This Simple Raspberry Sauce Recipe was created for a YouTube video the kids made. It is so easy and delicious I felt it deserves it’s own page to showcase it’s beauty. It calls for frozen raspberries, and 2 other ingredients. Surprising how yummy this is from so little ingredients. That’s the power of fruit! We like to make different recipes with a variety of fruit. Some of our favorites are blueberries, strawberries, mangos, peaches, watermelon, and bananas of course.
Let the frozen raspberries rest in the strainer until defrosted. It won’t take long. The health benefits are countless when it comes to this sweet fruit.
Raspberries are known as nature’s candy, and it feels good creating a simple recipe with this powerful little berry. Even though this recipe is simple, it builds the kids confidence in the kitchen. When you’re done you will have this vibrant Simple Raspberry Sauce that looks beautiful poured over any dessert.
Check out the Banana Chia Seed Pudding with Raspberry Sauce for full recipe. This also goes great with ice cream, puddings, crepes’, or over pancakes and french toast for breakfast.
Let us know if you make this, and leave us a comment below. Hope you love it!!
Simple Raspberry Sauce
- 12 oz frozen raspberries let completely defrost
- 1 teaspoon fresh squeeze lemon
- 2 teaspoons agave add more or less for your taste
- Place a strainer over a small bowl, and pour half the defrosted raspberries into the strainer. Using the back of a spoon, press the juice out of the raspberries and it will strain into the bowl.
- When all the juice is pressed through, pour the raspberries into another bowl or throw away. Then strain the other half using the same method. (I make a smoothie with the raspberries after, I don't throw them away. Just an idea!)
- When you're done straining the raspberries, add the lemon and agave and stir.
- Add a tablespoon of the pressed raspberries back into the sauce and stir. This will add some texture to the sauce. If you like it smooth, then just leave it out.
- Pour into a jar, and chill in the refrigerator. Makes about 2/3 cup.