Here is a super simple recipe you can make in less than 30 minutes, all on the stove-top!
Caramel and Apples are one of those truly great combinations. Spoon it on top of ice cream and you will feel indulgent!
I did not use exact measurements for this one,so it might be a little like following your Grandmother’s recipes…you know, a little of this and a little of that. But please don’t let that discourage you from trying a batch for yourself. This one is quite easy and there is a bit of wiggle room in there for amounts depending on your preferences.
So, here we go:
Wondering what to do with all the strawberries you picked this spring? You’ve already made jam, pies, and strawberry shortcake!
Well, here is a special treat- perfect for using up fresh strawberries that might be getting a little too ripe!
This syrup/sauce is sweet and slightly tart, sweetened only with pure maple syrup. (Making it a much healthier option than store-bought syrups.)
Pour this over your pancakes or waffles for an outstanding breakfast! We loved the taste, and doesn’t it look beautiful, too? (Later this week I will post my very favorite (healthy) pancakes that we enjoyed with this syrup!)
I think this would also be a very yummy ice cream topping- similar to my Ruby Red Raspberry Sauce– though I have not tried it that way…yet 🙂
I adore the smell of apples baking!! Whether it’s apple pie, apple butter, applesauce, or these Baked Apples cooking away-It makes the house smell so cozy and inviting and just… “homey”.
This recipe is my favorite way to prepare Baked Apples. And there are sooo many ways you could enjoy this dish…I usually prepare them as a side dish to go along with dinner. It offers something sweet and tart, and pairs well with many meals- to name a few, pork roast or chops, baked chicken, cube steak, or if you are doing a breakfast, it is perfect along with eggs. But, this recipe would also taste delicious if it was served warm on top of vanilla ice cream, or enjoy on top of your morning oatmeal or serve with biscuits and sop up all the good sauce with the biscuit. Oh, yum!
I love, love raspberries. Don’t you?? I am eagerly awaiting the summer harvest from our own raspberry bushes that are just beginning to bud new green leaves for the season. Yay!
Here is a raspberry sauce that is fresh and lovely in every way. And let me just tell you…it is GOOD!
Tart, sweet, and bursting with raspberry flavor, it also boasts an absolutely striking red color, making it quite pleasing to the eye as well- giving you an absolutely beautiful, refreshing sauce.
Vanilla ice cream is the perfect companion to this topping, but you could also drizzle some over a simple yellow cake and allow it to kinda soak in. (top with a little homemade whipped cream to send it over the top!), or use it as a syrup for pancakes or waffles! So many options!
Really, I don’t think you could go wrong with this one. You MUST try!