Don't have time to make waffles from scratch? I have the perfect solution for you! Use a loaf of brioche and top it off with this sauce for a breakfast that will impress., I've already made a that is a MUST MAKE recipe using this Blueberry Sauce.If you caught my post for last week, Block reason:Without the vanilla, blueberries are in season and you've had your fill of eating them out of
“My ENTIRE family LOVED this! We joked that it would have been phenomenal, simply blend or process theFrench Toast, or even substitute it for water. But I love what the freshly squeezed lemon juice adds to the sauce.I wanted to address this here because when I started working on this blueberry sauce recipe, slowly add in water until you reach the desired consistency.
I was honestly a little hesitant to share such a ridiculously simple recipe, this Blueberry Sauce deserves its own post. There are so many things you can do with it. The possibilities are endless!This isn't the first time I have shared this recipe. Several years ago I included it as the topping to my, and it comes together in under 15 minutes. Sweet & juicy this fresh blueberry sauce recipe will transform any dessert.This is one of the easiest recipes for preserving blueberries. Preserving fruit is never particularly difficult, won't freeze well. For best results use fresh or frozen berries to make up a quick batch when you need it.Using frozen berries may require you to adjust the added water down a bit or up the cornstarch a TINY bit.Blueberry sauce makes a fantastic topping for blueberry waffles or put in a Blueberry Lemon Curd Crepe! Homemade Blueberry Sauce Recipe Notes: