A Raspberry Dipping Sauce that’s thick, sweet, and super easy to make can pair well with many different dishes. This recipe is fantastic served hot and poured over a stack of pancakes or for dipping deep-fried cheesecake balls. When it’s refrigerated, it becomes more jelly-like and can quickly become a raspberry spread for toast.
Raspberry Dipping Sauce Recipe
This recipe for the raspberry sauce is very easy and straightforward. All you’ll need is four ingredients and a few kitchen equipment staples.
Fresh Raspberries: I highly recommend using fresh Raspberries. You could also use frozen, but I don’t think they have nearly as much flavor.
Granulated Sugar: Just some regular white granulated sugar is all you’ll need for this Raspberry sauce.
Water: Use tap water to help the fruit boil and break down into a puree.
Cornstarch: This recipe uses cornstarch as a thickening agent and works perfectly.
Cooking Blender: By using a cooking blender, the cooking process is cut down significantly, as is clean up. I use the Instant Ace Nova Blender by Instant Pot. However, I believe this product has since been discontinued. That said, I recommend the Moongiantgo or the Ninja Cooking blenders. They both have the same capabilities and settings you’ll need to make this dipping sauce.
Fine Mesh Strainer: You likely already have one, but if not, you can always grab this inexpensive strainer. You’ll need this to separate the seeds from the Puree.
Spoon or Spatula: I think this is pretty self-explanatory, but you’ll also use this when separating the seeds as well.
Begin by adding the water and raspberries to your cooking blender. Set the blender to Puree and let it work its magic.
Once the blender has run through the puree cycle, slowly pour the raspberry puree into a fine mesh strainer over a mixing bowl. Do this in cycles and use the back of a large spoon or spatula to press the liquid through. Be sure also to scrape the bottom of the strainer into the bowl. This is where the best parts of the Puree linger.
After separating all the seeds, pour the puree back into the blender.
This is where you’ll start to thicken the Raspberry Dipping Sauce.
Lastly, add the granulated sugar and cornstarch to the blender, set it to Puree once more, press start, and let it run.
Once the blender is done, pour the sauce into a bowl and serve it hot!
If you’re looking for a versatile, easy, and delicious Raspberry Dipping Sauce, this recipe is for you!
Let me know in the comments all the different ways you’ve been able to use this sauce and what you’ve served it with.
If you love this hot raspberry sauce, I also recommend you check out these recipes!
- Hatch Chile Raspberry Cheesecake
- Fried Cheesecake Bites
- Hatch Chile Strawberry Rhubarb Preserve
- Monte Cristo
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