Are you looking for a great way to dress up your morning pancakes or waffles? This Fresh Berry Syrup from the new cookbook The Magical Slow Cooker is the perfect way to add a bright berry punch to your morning!
I am sooo excited to share with you today that my friend Sarah has a new cookbook out dedicated to all things slow cooker and it is well… magical!
The Magical Slow Cooker Cookbook is filled with great recipes that will have you reaching for your favorite appliance every chance you can get! Sarah’s easy-to-follow recipes help us home cooks bring the wow-factor to weeknight dinners and steal the show at potlucks. Also– I just LOVE that she has big beautiful photos of the recipes throughout the cookbook.
Fresh Berry Syrup
Take this beeeeautiful Fresh Berry Syrup in the Breakfast and Brunch section of the book.
This fresh berry syrup turned these simple toaster waffles into a vitamin rich breakfast that my kiddo was eager to gobble up in the morning. Recipes like this are part of the brilliance of Sarah’s book– simple recipes with great ingredients that can help a busy mom create something pretty magical in minutes.
Oh and P.S., this Fresh Berry Syrup made my house smell ahhh-mazing for hours!
- 8 oz Raspberries
- 8 oz Blackberries
- 16 oz Strawberries Hulled and Sliced
- 1/4-1/2 Cup Sugar
Place berries in 3-4 quart crock.
Cook on high for 2 hours (Do not remove lid while cooking).
Carefully spoon berries into blender and blend until smooth.
Add sugar to taste and mix well.
Strain for seeds if desired. Store in an air tight container in the fridge. Serve warm or chilled.
Slow Cooker Recommendation
I used my favorite little 4 qt slow cooker for this recipe, my Calphalon Digital Slow Cooker, however, any smaller slow cooker will work. I do not recommend a 5-6qt slow cooker for this recipe without really watching it so you don’t overcook your berries.
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I received a copy of The Magical Slow Cooker to review.