09Aug2017Fresh Strawberry Syrup Jump to Recipe Print Recipe This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Acorn Influence, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.This Fresh Strawberry Syrup is delicious and sweet on pancakes, waffles, snow cones, and ice cream! Fresh grown strawberries, sugar, maple syrup, and butter are all the ingredients you need for yummy strawberry syrup!If you have home grown strawberries, I’m totally jealous of your garden, but you really need to put this sweet fresh strawberry syrup on your list to try this season. I’m keeping this syrup in the fridge because it won’t last long in our house, but this would be a great recipe for freezing or even canning if you have an abundance of fresh strawberries to use!What is in strawberry syrup?In this particular recipe, only four ingredients! Fresh strawberries, sugar, maple syrup, and butter. This is a great way to use up some berries from strawberry picking in early summer – I know we get tired of strawberry jam after a while!What do you use strawberry syrup with?The possibilities are really endless, but I loved this syrup on pancakes and vanilla ice cream. You could also try waffles, biscuits, snow cones, etc. I whipped up this incredibly easy batch of Fresh Strawberry Syrup for drizzling over one our favorite quick breakfasts: Jimmy Dean Pancakes & Sausage On a Stick!If you liked this fresh strawberry syrup recipe, leave a rating and a comment below this post!Recipe Print Fresh Strawberry SyrupThis Fresh Strawberry Syrup is delicious and sweet on pancakes, waffles, snow cones, and ice cream! Fresh grown strawberries, sugar, maple syrup, and butter are all the ingredients you need for yummy strawberry syrup! Author: Kelly Miller Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Course: Snack Cuisine: American Keyword: strawberry syrup Servings: 16 servingsDid you make this recipe? Leave a review Ingredients 1 pint strawberries 3/4 cup sugar 2 tbsp maple syrup 1 tsp butterInstructionsWash strawberries and cut the tops off. Place berries in a blender and process until smooth.In a large saucepan, mix pureed strawberries, sugar, syrup, and butter. Heat over medium high heat until boiling. Continue to boil while stirring, another 1-2 minutes.Remove pan for heat and allow syrup to cool slightly. Optional: pour syrup through a fine mesh strainer to remove seeds.Pour slightly warm syrup into a serving container for drizzling. Refrigerate leftovers.NutritionCalories: 54kcalSodium: 2mgPotassium: 50mgCarbohydrates: 13gSugar: 12gVitamin A: 0.2%Vitamin C: 21.1%Calcium: 0.7%Iron: 0.7% Did you make this recipe? Tag @MostlyHomemadeMom on Instagram and hashtag it #MostlyHomemadeMomThese clever breakfast sticks are Jimmy Dean’s signature taste and quality from America’s favorite sausage brand, dipped in pancake batter. These guys are so fun for kids! On a busy school morning in which the whole family is going in different directions, you really can’t beat a satisfying breakfast along with delicious strawberry syrup in 3 minutes or less.During my last run through Target, I was really happy to cross these amazing frozen food finds off of my grocery list this week along with the rest of my shopping. Tyson Chicken Nuggets are an absolute staple in this house, especially this time of the year. For a quick afternoon snack, I like to serve Tyson Chicken Nuggets with cheese sticks and sliced pepperoni and a small dish of warmed pizza sauce for dipping. My kids go nuts for this! Plus, Tyson is moving to No Antibiotics Ever over the coming months so be sure to look for the No Antibiotics Ever label on product shelves at Target. With 100% all natural white meat chicken and whole grain breading, it’s my pick for my family for sure!If you try this amazing strawberry syrup recipe using your own garden’s strawberries, let me know what you think! My family absolutely went nuts for this recipe and I’m sure yours will, too!