Raspberry Sauce Pancakes


Raspberry Sauce on Pancakes

This year was a bountiful year for red raspberries. Buckets and buckets of them are now in our freezer. Hope picked a large number around the cottage as did I up along the water line road.

Now we’ll have raspberry treats all winter long and maybe into next summer lasting until the strawberries return to the mountain. Delicious!

Outdoors: 46°F/39°F A little Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 64°F/59°F

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3 Responses to Raspberry Sauce Pancakes

  1. Nance says:

    I sure like raspberries but I love wild black raspberries. Do you have wild blacks? The black raspberries are sweeter, less tart then most reds. That said, the red raspberry sauce sure looks delicious on the cakes.

    • Growing wild we have red raspberries (Rubus idaeus which are the longest producing and the sweetest here), black raspberries (Rubus occidentals, red thimble berries (Rubus parviflorus and blackberries (Rubus fruticosus) as well as blueberries and strawberries of several varieties. This year the Rubus idaeus (red raspberries) were crazy prolific and the others were just normal to low. Interestingly, this was also a moderate apple year. The plants seem to vary in cycles of production.

      • Nance says:

        I had to look it up but our black raspberries are either rubus occidentalis (eastern) or rubus leucodermis (western). Some times call black caps or thimbleberry. We had an amazing harvest last year but only an average crop this year. They are made to go over home-made ice cream.

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