A Delicious Raspberry Treat Recipe - Puréed Raspberries

Raspberries Galore

I love eating raspberries whole but I also love raspberry jams and preserves. Raspberry jams and preserves go great with cottage cheese, cheese, crackers, pancakes, crepes, or fresh white bread. What I love the most, however, is making my own type of raspberry jam. What I do is purée the raspberries, with sugar, in a blender. It is really easy to make, and takes very little time. The result is delicious. Way better than those jams and preserves found in stores.

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puréed raspberries

Ingredients

  • Raspberries
  • Sugar
puréed raspberries
puréed raspberries

Instructions

  1. Wash lots of raspberries, wipe them dry and add to the blender. (I would blend a cup of raspberries at a time.)
  2. Add the sugar (For every cup of raspberries you need about half a cup of sugar. You can add more sugar for a sweeter taste.)
  3. Cover the lid and press the Purée setting for a minute or so, until every berry is puréed and the sugar is mixed.
  4. When done, stir with a wooden spatula and remove the contents into a glass jar with a tight lid. Store in the refrigerator and be sure to consume it in a short amount of time as it may spoil since these are not preserves.

If you love raspberries give this puréed raspberries recipe a try. And if you want to try other raspberry recipes check out the Raspberry Delights book. You're going to love it.

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lovebuglena 2 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Thanks Relationshipc. I love raspberries so much. I went raspberry picking a few times to a farm and it was a lot of fun. They were delicious. I agree with you that there are tons of recipes that pureed rapsberries can be used in.


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Relationshipc 2 years ago from Alberta, Canada

It's raspberry season here, and this sounds like a very easy way to enjoy the raspberries. I can think of a ton of recipes I can add this puree to. We are picking up another HUGE batch of raspberries this weekend, so this will be one of my uses.


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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Regis - Glad you think my "concoctions" look delicious. Maybe you will actually try making them one of these days. :) By the way, what's your favorite berry?

Lena


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rauffray 6 years ago from BC, Canada

Sweet! Even I who do not have a "sweet tooth" have to admit that your "concoctions" look delicious. Thank you, Lena.


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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Denise Handlon - Thanks.


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Denise Handlon 6 years ago from North Carolina

Lena-caught the addition to your profile page immediately. Nice going. 5 books. Thanks for the lead on where to find them. I love the titles and 'concept'. I'm curious about them- and that's a good place to be, LOL :)


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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Denise Handlon - Thanks for your feedback. My favorite berry is wild strawberries, but I am a big fan of raspberries too.

Hope you will enjoy this recipe once you bring it to life. :)

I can't share a link to my books here so I put it in my profile. I will also add their titles too. Thanks for asking about them.

Lena


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Denise Handlon 6 years ago from North Carolina

Oh YUM! My favorite berry. Love it in homemade raspberry pie! But, this recipe of yours-so simple! I can hardly wait to give it a try. Thanks. I voted it up. BTW-I'm curious about the books you've published. 5-that's impressive. What type? Titles? Care to share? Add it to your profile info... :)


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Shawn Scarborough 6 years ago from The Lone Star State

Thanks Lena.


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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Shawn Scarborough - Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, you can use the pureed raspberries as a jam. You can even make a refreshing drink out of it. Just take a cup of water and add a spoonful of the pureed raspberries to the water and stir. You can add a bit of lemon to it as well. If a spoonful of the pureed raspberries is not enough you can always add more.

Lena


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Shawn Scarborough 6 years ago from The Lone Star State

This recipe looks great. Could you use the pureed raspberries as a jam? Any other uses for it?

Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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