A Delicious Raspberry Treat Recipe - Puréed Raspberries
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.
- Wash lots of raspberries, wipe them dry and add to the blender. (I would blend a cup of raspberries at a time.)
- 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.)
- Cover the lid and press the Purée setting for a minute or so, until every berry is puréed and the sugar is mixed.
- 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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