Seedless Raspberry Sauce

Red seedless raspberry sauce in a clear glass jar surrounded by fresh raspberries.

How to make seedless this raspberry coulis!

First thing we have to do is get the raspberries away from Pepé before he eats them all. Ok, I might be guilty as well. I love raspberries and this sauce goes great with so many things such as our Spicy Chocolate Brownies, cheesecake, between cake layers, with ice cream, my finger, a spoon… You get the idea. 

3 fudge brownies stacked on a white plate, garnished with hearts made from raspberry sauce. There's also a chocolate martini, one nutcracker who looks like a chef and another that looks like a somalia standing behind the plate.
Pepé and Claude stand behind our Mexican Fudge Brownies and Raspberry Sauce.
Chocolate Martini Recipe coming soon!

Combine ingredients

Combine thawed or fresh raspberries, sugar and lemon juice in a small sauce pan, and bring to a simmer overmedium to med/high heat.

Overhead view of raspberries simmering in a saucepan with a wooden spoon.

Simmer

Simmer and stir while mashing the berries for about 12 minutes or until slightly thinner than desired consistancy. It will thicken a bit as it cools.

Overhead view of broken down raspberries simmering in a saucepan with a wooden spoon.

Strain

Strain through a fine sieve to remove seeds by pressing the mix into the sieve with a rubber spatula. If it’s not as thick as you want, you can put the sauce (minus the seeds) back into the pan to simmer and continue to thicken. 

Straining raspberry sauce in a sieve to remove seeds with a rubber spatula.

Plate

Place a spoonful on a plate and use the back of the spoon to drag across to make a swoosh…

Three fudge brownies stacked on a white plate, dusted with powdered sugar and garnished with a swoosh of red raspberry sauce as well as fresh raspberries. There's also a nutcracker who looks like chef in the background.

…Or put it a squeeze bottle to draw more intricate shapes or words.Goes quite nice with our Fudge Brownies

Three fudge brownies stacked on a white plate, dusted with powdered sugar and garnished with a hearts on the plate made with the red raspberry sauce as well as fresh raspberries.

Or… You can let your mind wander and think of the possibilities…;-)

Overhead view of red seedless raspberry sauce in a clear glass jar surrounded by fresh raspberries. There's a nutcracker in the foreground who looks like a chef.

Seedless Raspberry Sauce (Coulis)

Stacey Mincoff
Course Dessert
Cuisine French
Servings 2 Teaspoon

Ingredients
 
 

  • 10 Ounce Raspberries 2 1/4 cups fresh or frozen
  • 2 Tablespoons Sugar or up to 2 Tablespoons more, depending on how sweet you want it
  • 1 Teaspoon Lemon Juice

Instructions
 

  • Combine thawed or fresh raspberries, sugar and lemon juice in a small sauce pan, and bring to a simmer overmedium to med/high heat.
  • Continue simmering and stirring while mashing the berries for about 12 minutes or until slightly thinner than desired consistancy. It will thicken a bit as it cools.
  • Strain through a fine sieve to remove seeds by stirring and pressing the mix into the sieve with a rubber spatula. If it’s not as thick as you want, you can put the sauce back into the pan to simmer and thicken if desired.
  • Place a spoonful on a plate and use the back of the spoon to drag across to make a swoosh or put it a squeeze bottle to draw more intricate shapes or words.
Keyword Raspberry Coulis, Raspbery Sauce
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!
Do I need cornstarch to make raspberry sauce?

No, seedless raspberry sauce is super easy and only has three ingredients. Some recipes call or cornstarch, but I prefer not to use it for a cleaner taste. It will reduce as it cooks, it just may take a few more minutes.  

Can I use fresh or frozen raspberries to make a raspberry sauce?

Yes, either will work just fine, but it’s best to thaw frozen raspberries first. 

Can I substitute an artificial sweetener?

Yes, I would suggest something like Monkfruit Sweetener because it has a nice taste very close to sugar and you use the exact same quantity as regular sugar. 

Other Sweet Treats

Berry Bread Pudding

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Pepé admiring our delicious Blueberry & Cream Cheese Croissant. Double the berries, double the fun.

Blueberry (or any berry) ice cream

Scoops of blueberry ice cream in a small, white, round bowl and garnished with basil. Fresh blueberries in the background. There's a nutcracker who looks like a chef in the foreground.

Peach Galette

Overhead view of one piece of peach galette and a small bowl of blueberry ice cream all on a round white plate. There's the rest of the galette, fresh peaches and fresh blueberries above.

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