I don't even know how I can call this a recipe because its so easy. Once you do it one time you will never need a recipe again and you will know how to make this any time, just the way you like it.
The recipe is given in stages. At the syrup stage, it is perfect for using on my
3-ingredient (gluten-free) pancakes and waffles, as a berry compote for your oatmeal or a topping or mix-in for "nice" cream. In stage 2, you add the chia seeds and it thickens up, and transforms into a jam for toast.
Vegan Cooking Level: Beginner
Any fresh or frozen berries, approximately 2-3 cups
Pure Maple Syrup, 2-3 tbsps.
1 tbsp. chia seeds
Step 1. Pour berries in a pan
Step 2: Let simmer on medium heat until they begin to melt and break down, releasing their liquid. Reduce heat to low simmer. Mash with a potato masher or a fork when they are soft enough.
Step 3: Mash until consistency you like and stir. Continue to heat on low and taste. Add 1-2 tbsps. pure maple syrup until it's as sweet as you like it.
tThis is the stage 1 of this recipe to use as a syrup for waffles, pancakes or nice cream.
Step 4: Add chia seeds and stir. Place in the refrigerator to set up (thicken) to a more jam-like consistency, which is stage 2 of this recipe.
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