Yield: Yields about 1 cup.
If you’re craving this sauce in the off season, you can make it with frozen berries.
Make Ahead Tips
Well-sealed and refrigerated, the sauce will keep for a couple of weeks.
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While this may taste good, you cannot mix juice with a bit of sugar and produce a "sauce". The photo is NOT a true depiction. I mixed a bit of cornstarch with mine and cooked it to produce a "sauce".
Fresh taste! Great on chocolate cheesecake.
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