Berries are small, soft, round fruit of various colours — mainly blue, red, or purple.
They are sweet or sour in taste and often used in preserves, jams, and desserts.
Berries tend to have a good nutritional profile. They are typically high in fibre, vitamin C, and antioxidant polyphenols.
As a result, incorporating berries into your diet may help prevent and reduce symptoms of many chronic diseases.
Learning how to make berry sauce is simple and should be a staple in every kitchen. This versatile mixed berry sauce can be used in tons of ways. Plus, this recipe is sugar-free and contains just two base ingredients!Quick and easy to make, this mixed berry sauce is delicious spooned over cheesecake, vanilla ice cream, pancakes, waffles or... just use your imagination.
If you want a quick berry sauce for pancakes, waffles, French toast, yogurt bowls, smoothie bowls, ice-cream, sundaes… the list goes on and on.
You would be amazed at what you can do with just two ingredients and a few minutes of your time. Best of all – it’s actually nutritious and loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants too!
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Strawberry Chocolate Cups
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Sometimes we just crave something sweet and has to be done. So here is a mixture of healthy and unhealthy at the same time( if I can say that!). We start with a berries curd without sugar, then we top up with 70% of dark chocolate and some berries of your choice on the top. The biscuit basket unfortunately is a fully sugary one just bought at the grocery shop. Well, we can't be good all the time!! This is a great opportunity to impress guests on a special occasion or just wow the family, this recipe is sure to delight all those that try it!
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The strawberry (Fragaria ananassa) originated in Europe in the 18th century.
It is a hybrid of two wild strawberry species from North America and Chile.
Strawberries are bright red, juicy, and sweet.
They’re an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese and also contain decent amounts of folate (vitamin B9) and potassium.
Strawberries are very rich in antioxidants and plant compounds, which may have benefits for heart health and blood sugar control (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source).
Usually consumed raw and fresh, these berries can also be used in a variety of jams, jellies, and desserts.
Raspberries are the edible fruit of a plant species in the rose family.
There are many types of raspberries — including black, purple and golden — but the red raspberry, or Rubus idaeus, is the most common.
Red raspberries are native to Europe and northern Asia and cultivated in temperate areas worldwide. Most US raspberries are grown in California, Washington and Oregon.
These sweet, tart berries have a short shelf life and are harvested only during the summer and fall months. For these reasons, raspberries are best eaten shortly after purchasing.
Blackberries are a great option to satisfy your sweet tooth if you want to lose weight or you’re on a low-carb eating plan. One cupTrusted Source of raw blackberries has only 62 calories, 1 gram of fat, and only 14 carbs. This makes them easy to add to a healthy eating plan.
Blackberries also have a low Glycemic Index (GI), coming in at 25. GI ranks how carb-containing foods may impact your blood glucose response. A rating of 55 or lower is considered less likely to spike blood sugar levels.
Glycemic Load (GL) takes into account the GI as well as the grams of carbohydrates in a typical serving. GL is considered to be a more accurate assessment of how a food can impact blood sugar. Blackberries’ GL is only 4, which is very low.