WOW – it’s been a while since I have shared with you all a recipe for homemade syrup. It’s one of those things I make frequently as it’s so good on more than just pancakes. Unfortunately I have not been sharing them here. Is that something you would like to see? More homemade syrup recipes? This one is Blackberry Syrup & just makes me want to head downstairs & whip up more fresh buttermilk pancakes just to have an excuse to crack open that bottle. Oh how I love an Easy Breakfast Recipe & blackberries usually top my list for Breakfast Ideas. It’s sweet & wonderful. Oh how I love blackberries. I hope to start a berry patch this summer – so fingers crossed I will have a bountiful harvest of berries.
When my son was little we were having a shopping day on Rodeo Drive with my friend & her mother. We stopped in to this wonderful restaurant for lunch. He was probably just over a year old so we ordered him a plate full of fruit. He immediately went for the blackberries & packed his mouth full of them until the juice was squeezing down his face & all over his pristine white shirt. Probably one of the more embarrassing meals out in those early years of parenting. But that was when I learned that he really LOVES blackberries.
- 2 cups blackberries
- 1 cup cold water
- 4 tsp cornstarch
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- Combine all ingredients to saucepan & heat over med-high
- Bring to boil stirring constantly
- Reduce heat & simmer approx 5 minutes - stirring constantly
- Carefully transfer to blender & blend for 60-90 seconds or until it reaches the consistency you desire
- **Use caution when blending hot liquids
- Transfer to jars or bottles - store in refrigerator
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Oh wow – that looks amazing!! Pinning!
This looks wonderful! Of course, I would have to try it on ice cream to be absolutely sure. 😉 And yes, more syrup recipes would be great! They are always so easy and taste so much better than store-bought.
This looks delicious!!
Jamie | anderson + grant says
This recipe is making my mouth water! I LOVE blackberries and this sounds so delicious. I’ve chosen it as my feature this week at Your Turn to Shine. Hope things are going well for you!