Hi, I have discovered this and decided it's worth sharing.
This morning I really wanted pancakes but we had no pancake mix or syrup in the house.
Well, I know you can make pancakes from muffin mix. So, I made blueberry pancakes.
You may be saying "Yes, Bridget everybody knows that."
(In case you do not know this. I used this recipe but added lots more water. I couldn't tell you how much. Add is small amounts until it's thin but not thin as water.)
Ok, ok but did you know that you can make pancake syrup from jelly?
Yup, if you are like us we seem to have lots of jelly even though I don't buy it and we don't eat it.
So, I found this recipe where Sandra Lee made grape pancake syrup from jelly. Now, I don't really want to eat grape pancake syrup on blueberry pancakes but I do like the idea of strawberry syrup on blueberry pancakes.
I made strawberry syrup. I followed Sandra's recipe but added a lot more water.
I have to warn you that my syrup was VERY thick. Very tasty and in my opinion worth it but very thick. It wasn't jelly consistency but it was thick like real maple syrup is thick. I have two thoughts on this. 1. I only left it on the stove for 5 min because I was hungry and the pancakes were already done. So, extending the time on the stove may help. I honestly don't know. 2. I used earth fare jelly. Earth fare jelly is very thick because it has no high fructose corn syrup. So, you used smuckers or something more traditional I suspect it'll work better.