Chokecherries are a fruit that grows in the Midwest and Eastern part of the United States. They were traditionally used by Native Americans to make chokecherry syrup, which was then eaten or mixed with water and drunk as a medicine. Some people still use this recipe for their own health benefits today, but it is also delicious on pancakes! This is my favorite way to enjoy them!
Today I am going to share with you a chokecherry syrup recipe that is extremely easy. This is a really easy recipe for making your own Chokecherry Syrup. It’s a perfect ingredient for both sweets and drinks. You can use it for sweetening ice creams, coffee and tea as well. It has a subtle taste, so you don’t need to add too much sugar. This syrup is also useful for making frozen yoghurt, which can be used as a sweetener inside the yoghurt maker.
The recipe for chokecherry syrup is one that’s been passed down through generations. The blend of sugar and the juice from these tart berries creates a sweet-tart flavor with hints of spice. It can be used in drinks, on top of pancakes or ice cream, in salad dressings, or as part of a marinade. This post will show you how to make this delicious syrup!
How To Make Chokecherry Syrup
Chokecherry syrup is a delicious and healthy addition to your breakfast routine. This recipe is simple to make and only requires a few ingredients. It’s also a delicious way to add some fruity flavor to pancakes, waffles, or ice cream. Here is our recipe for making chokecherry syrup. Enjoy!
- Chokecherries, 4 quarts
- Water, 4 quarts
- Sugar, 6 cups
- Certo pectin, 1 package (85 g)
Boil the berries in water for half an hour. Strain.
Add 6 cups of sugar to every 4 cups of syrup. Bringing to a rolling boil.
Add one package of Certo. Boil for another minute.
Chokecherry Syrup Recipe
Recipe Yield: 4 Servings
Preparation Time: 20M
Cooking Time: 40M
Total Time: 1H
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