"Delicious, warm blueberry sauce which is fabulous on pancakes, waffles, cheesecake or ice cream! Fresh or frozen blueberries work equally well." — ISYBEL
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The secret to this recipe is to not serve it right away! I tasted it on the stove when done and thought too much OJ.
I served breakfast about an hour later and reheated the syrup and the flavor totally changed it was ALL BLUEBERRY! Flavors just needed to settle. Wonderful recipe!!!
This is good, but next time I will use less orange juice. I could taste it more than I prefer. I only used 2 tablespoons cornstartch and skipped out on the almond extract/cinnamon. Great consistency.
This was delicious. Made for a neighborhood waffle party and it was devoured. Wouldn't change a thing except to make it a couple of days before so the flavors have a chance to marry. Wonderful sauce!
Okay, I originally rated this a 4 but when I tasted it 2 days later it was amazing. Very orangy in the beginning but flavors really blended. Used frozen blueberries, strawberries, and rasberries. I have enough to feed an army right now but I will freeze and use next month for family reunion.
First of all, I substituted splenda for the white sugar to make it a little bit more healthy. This sauce is great on just about everything, but my personal favorite is whole-wheat buttermilk pancakes.
This has become a staple at my house. We make it almost every weekend to put over waffles or pancakes. I do use frozen blueberries when I can't get fresh. Do not freeze this recipe, it will thaw with a funky texture!
Absolutely wonderful...I made a few minor changes...I only used 3/4 cup orange juice,(and added 1/4 cup water to make a total of 1 cup) because the juice I used is quite strong(Tropicana)and I only used half the cornstarch and water mixture because I like my sauces quite runny. In the end I got wonderful reviews for this sauce which I used with a lemon cheesecake...Yummy!!
The almond flavor enhances the blueberry flavor--amazing! I like about a tablespoon less corn starch. I have also made this recipe with lemonade instead of orange juice.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 119
** Calories from Fat: 2
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