Raspberry sauce is so delicious and so versatile. From pancakes to pears and from duck to desserts, raspberry sauce recipes can add pizzazz to just about anything.See Popular Raspberry Sauce Recipes
More decadent than molten chocolate cake: one filled with warm raspberry, reveals F&W's Grace Parisi.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with crispy meringue hearts filled with refreshing sorbet and topped with raspberry sauce and almonds.
Red cinnamon candies add a pink blush to these poached pears. Serve them warm for breakfast, or with cookies for a sopisticated dessert.
Raspberry and chocolate make a sauce that is perfect as a gift. You can serve this over ice cream, cake, or fresh fruit.
A brilliant red raspberry sauce accompanies this almond-coated baked chicken for a dinner that's delicious and pretty to serve.
An easy homemade chocolate mousse recipe is paired with a fruity raspberry sauce to make an ideal dessert for a special dinner (or a special weeknight!).
Since making the mocha crepes is the most time consuming step in this dessert recipe, you may want to use the make-ahead directions. To show off the white chocolate filling, serve the crepes on a pool of the raspberry sauce.
Serve this simple sauce on cheesecake, angel food cake, fresh fruit, and pancakes.
In less than 20 minutes this sweet port wine sauce is ready to spoon over Christmas cakes or cheesecakes.
Serve this sweet-tangy sauce on pork or chicken.
Sweet yet tangy, this rich-tasting ruby sauce lets the full flavor of the fruit shine. Using frozen, unsweetened raspberries and strawberries makes it easy to make this perfect sugar-free accompaniment at breakfast on pancakes, waffles or French toast, with ice cream for dessert, or at snack time with cottage cheese or yogurt.
This sweet dessert casserole is excellent for a potluck, Christmas brunch or open house.
Red raspberry syrup adds color and richness to these light and lemony pancakes.
Use any flavor of preserves to add a fruity swirl to these rich chocolate brownies.
With a little help, 9- to 10-year-old kids can make the batter entirely by themselves. Allow kids a few years older to heat the griddle and pour on the batter.
Perfectly sweet and tangy.