Eat this Bing Cherry Raspberry Sauce as a warm or cool soup if you’re game, with chopped fresh mint sprinkled on top, or just drizzle it on your favorite accompaniments.
I made this soup – er, sauce – as one of many options for my son when he had wisdom teeth removed. He loves bing cherries, but couldn’t eat them. So, remembering a bing cherry soup I had eons ago, I searched for an option he could eat, without cane sugar, coconut sugar, dairy products, or gluten. It was supposed to be a cool summer accompaniment to our (pureed) dinner, but he decided that this was more like a rich sauce than a soup. I decided he was right. It is lip smacking good without being too sweet, perfect for drizzling over melon chunks, Lemon Sponge Custard, or Honey Brownie Cake (both Paleo friendly), pancakes or waffles, or for stirring into your kids’ favorite plain yogurt (goat, cow, coconut, or what have you). Or, just as soup!
This recipe was originally posted on Nutrition Care for Children.