Roasted strawberry sauce or strawberry compote for cheesecake, pancakes, waffles, french toast, ice creams etc made easily & quickly in the oven!
This sugar free strawberry compote or strawberry sauce recipe is made from fresh strawberries (you can also use frozen strawberries if you wish) and it is sweetened with pure fresh maple syrup.
Roasted strawberry sauce is perfect for cheesecake, pancakes, waffles, french toast etc just like blueberry sauce for cheesecake, pancakes etc.
The roasted strawberry sauce can be easily used to make roasted strawberry ice cream too!
If you do not want to roast strawberries for that extra flavor, you can also make easy strawberry compote (sauce) in instant pot or stove top as well!
Roasted strawberries are delicious and strawberry sauce is super delicious with all those juicy, oven roasted strawberries!
We make this roasted strawberry sauce by roasting fresh strawberries until they are soft and juicy and filled with natural sweetness and flavor of strawberries.
This sugar free strawberry sauce recipe depends on the roasted flavor and natural sweetness of strawberries.
The sweetness increases as you bake the fresh strawberries and they become very juicy and soft perfect to be used for toppings and fillings.
I also used few spoons of pure fresh maple syrup to add to the sweetness.
However, you may skip the maple syrup if you want to keep the sugar levels lower.
You can use this fresh strawberry sauce recipe to make fresh strawberry topping for cheesecake, pancakes, french toast, ice creams as well as strawberry filling for pastries or cheesecake or anything you wish or you can imagine where fresh strawberry sauce will be ideal.
The sweetness and flavor of strawberries increase when they are roasted in the oven.
I baked the fresh strawberries along with pure maple syrup to make it more sweet.
You can see in the photo how I have used the pureed fresh strawberry sauce as strawberry topping for the cake.
How to make roasted strawberry ice cream using roasted strawberry sauce?
There is an easy way to make roasted strawberry ice cream using this easy roasted strawberry sauce.
I have a cranberry ice cream recipe using cranberry sauce.
Just replace the cranberry sauce in the recipe with roasted strawberry sauce (you can use about 1 ¼ cup of strawberry sauce to replace the cranberry sauce in the recipe) to make strawberry ice cream!
How To Make Roasted Strawberry Sauce (Compote) For Cheesecake, Pancakes & Ice creams?
Below you can see the ingredients used and the step by step instructions to make easy and delicious strawberry sauce or strawberry compote.
3 cups fresh strawberries
3 tablespoons 100% Pure Maple syrup
Step by step instructions
Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Cut the strawberries in half lengthwise.
Toss the strawberries with maple syrup and lay them in a single layer in a greased baking sheet.
Bake for about 25 to 30 minutes.
Check to see if the strawberries have become soft and juicy.
Baking time in different ovens can vary slight, so if you think you want the strawberries more soft and juicy, you may bake it for little more time.
The freshly prepared strawberry sauce is ready and you can use it warm or chilled as you like.
Notes: The sauce is very sweet and full of flavor you can use it as it is for fillings and toppings if you prefer strawberry chunks in your strawberry sauce.
If you prefer a smooth texture for your filling or topping, you can easily puree the roasted strawberries in a blender and use it as the filling or strawberry topping as you wish!
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Below you can get the recipe for roasted strawberry compote or strawberry sauce in detail.
Roasted Strawberry Sauce For Cheesecake, Pancakes, Ice Creams
- 3 cups fresh strawberries
- 3 tablespoons 100% Pure Maple syrup
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Cut the strawberries in half lengthwise.
- Toss the strawberries with maple syrup and lay them in a single layer in a greased baking sheet.
- Bake for about 25 to 30 minutes.
- Check to see if the strawberries have become soft and juicy. Baking time in different ovens can vary slight, so if you think you want the strawberries more soft and juicy, you may bake it for little more time. The fresh, roasted strawberry sauce is ready and you can use it warm or chilled as you like.