A Coulis – (Pronounced as “Koo…Lee” ) is French for a thick sauce that’s made from pureed or strained vegetables or fruits.

It’s fairly sweet thanks to the golden raw cane sugar substitute off of Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener, with a vibrant flavor, color and the delicious, intense from both the raspberry and blueberry infused together. Fruit coulis are often used to garnish desserts of all kind, and that was the purpose for this recipe. I have plans for it.

A coulis can also be prepared for savory dishes especially for meat entrees served in high end hotels.

This sauce will become our favorite staple used for the perfect drizzle on oatmeal, cheesecake, yogurt, pancakes, meringue, panna cotta etc.

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Here’s what you’ll need to prepare – a low carb berry coulis!

Prep time: 5 mins   Cook time: 10 mins   Total time: 15 mins

Main Ingredients:

  • Fresh Raspberries – 2 punnets
  • Fresh Blueberries – 2 punnets
  • 1/2 cup of Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener – Golden/Brown
  • 2 teaspoons of white vinegar

Important tools used:

  • Sauce pan
  • Heat from the stove
  • Heat proof wooden spoon
  • measuring cup
  • sieve
  • spoon
  • bowls
  • a clean glass mason jar

Instructions:

Step 1: Place both berries in a saucepan and add in the sweetener.

Step 2: Place the saucepan over medium heat and start cooking the mixture until all the sugar first dissolves and starts mixing up with the fruit’s juices.

Step 3: Once the berries start being slightly mushy, add in the white vinegar and mix well while stirring.

Step 4: Cook it for 8 to 10 mins until it thickens up then turn off the heat.

Step 5: Sieve the mixture, all we need is the coulis /sauce, the pulp and seeds can be used in a smoothie or oatmeal dishes. They are still delicious.

Step 6: Transfer it into a clean / sterilized mason glass jar. Spoon the coulis in the jar.

Step 7: Serve it as a drizzle or garnish to your favorite dessert. I’ll be using this sauce on an upcoming recipe. If you’d like to see how I use this, leave your comment below and get subscribed to my YouTube channel.

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