Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Tasty Tuesday: How to make Raspberry Coulis

For our anniversary a few weeks ago, I made a delicious Double Chocolate Cake, filled with Chocolate Mousse and topped with Raspberry Coulis.

Follow the simple steps below and you can make it yourself!


1/8 cup white sugar
1 cup raspberries


  1. Combine sugar and raspberries in a small sauce pot on low heat
  2. Stir to coat, and let mixture heat
  3. Continue stirring occasionally, berries will release juices and start to melt
  4. Once you have a pretty liquid mix, remove from heat
  5. Place your sieve or fine mesh strainer over a bowl
  6. Pour mixture into sieve and allow to drain

You should be left with tiny chunks and seeds - you can discard this

Chill your Coulis and serve over ice cream, cake or fruit


  1. What would happen if I used a blender, I wonder? This looks delish!

    1. It would be fine; i have seen recipes with both durections, but my blender isnt very good

  2. I've never heard of coulis before but it looks easy and yummy! I may have to try it.

    1. It's really just a raspberry sauce (you could do it with any berry)

  3. Simple :) I love the idea - thanks

  4. This sounds awesome and I cannot eat seeds or skins as I have an ostomy. Thanks for the recipe. I definitely will be making it!! ; )

  5. Never realized how simple this was to make! Thanks for the recipe! (Judy Cowan)

  6. I didn't realize how simple this is! I am definitely going to make this!

  7. i love raspberries & will definitely be making this.

  8. This is how I make my seedless raspberry jam too adding the pectin of course, I love raspberries I just can't stand the seeds, but this is so tasty even on ice cream mmmm


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