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Fieldberry Sauce

Updated: Mar 6, 2023

Fieldberry Sauce and Power Packed Waffles

Every time we have waffles, pancakes, or French toast in our house, we make this fieldberry sauce. It started when my daughter didn't want to eat fruit, but actually liked this fruit sauce. It was my way of including fruit in her diet. She still loves it, to this day!

This is the easiest, 2 ingredient, recipe you will ever make, and it tastes like you spent hours in the kitchen!

The recipe uses frozen fruit, which is something we always have on hand, and tastes fresh, even in the middle of the winter.

Frozen berries for Fieldberry Sauce

This sauce taste delicious on waffles and pancakes, but the sweet and tart flavour is also great on yogurt, oatmeal, crepes, ice cream, and even cheesecake! Give this recipe a try. You won't regret it! Maybe the non-fruit lover in your house will like it too.

Fieldberry Sauce
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2 cups frozen berries

1 tbsp granulated sugar


  1. Put fruit and sugar in a sauce pot, and simmer on medium heat for about 10 minutes, until fruit is thawed and soft. No need to add water.

  2. Pureé the berries with an immersion blender until sauce is smooth. Be careful of splashing, especially if sauce is still hot. You could move berries to a larger bowl to pureé or use a regular blender.

  3. Enjoy warm or cold on waffles, pancakes, french toast, crepes, yogurt, oatmeal, ice cream or cheesecake.

Fieldberry Sauce with Power Packed Waffles


You could substitute the berries with any of your favorite frozen fruit.

Recipe by Janine LaForte, RD


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Lori Campbell
Lori Campbell
15 ene 2022

We love this recipe! Since trying it my girls now request it every time we have waffles or pancakes and my daughter even requested that I make it as part of her birthday dinner this year!

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Janine LaForte, RD
Culinary Dietitian
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