Low-Carb Diets Easy Sugar-Free Three-Berry Syrup or Sauce Recipe Share Pin Email Sergii Koval/Dreamstime.com Low-Carb Diets Desserts Cakes and Cheesecakes Puddings and Mousses Cookies Basics Food Lists Carb Counts for Common Foods Low-Carb Cooking Tips for Dining Out Nutrition Side Dishes Product Reviews Atkins Diet Information Menus Main Dishes Recipes Snacks Low-Carb Recipes Popular Diet Plans Glossary View All By Laura Dolson Updated March 18, 2017 (0 ratings) Total Time 13 min Prep 3 min, Cook 10 min Yield 1 1/4 cups Triple-Berry Sauce This is an easy sugar-free three-berry syrup ideal for pancakes or as a dessert sauce for cheesecake, pound cake, low-carb ice cream, snow pudding, and so much more. It can be made with fresh or frozen berries, in any proportions you like. To keep it simple, I often just make it using a bag of mixed frozen blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries.If you use frozen berries, make sure there is no sugar added. Ingredients 1 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen 1 cup raspberries 1 cup blackberries OR use 3 cups from a bag of mixed blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries 1/2 cup water Artificial sweetener to taste -- about 1/2 cup makes a traditionally sweetened syrup Pinch of salt Preparation Put 1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries, 1 cup fresh or frozen blackberries, 1/2 cup water, artificial sweetener to taste, and a pinch of salt in a saucepan and bring to a boil.The berries will begin to break down as soon as the boiling begins. After 5 minutes, turn off heat and mash with a potato masher or fork to help break down the larger berries.Boil for another 2 minutes to combine. Remove from heat. The mixture will thicken as it cools. Nutrition Information: Each 1/4 cup serving contains about 7 grams of usable carbohydrate, 4 grams of fiber, and lots of antioxidants.Serve Three-Berry Sauce with These Delicious DessertsLow-Carb Pancakes RecipeLow-Carb Cheesecake RecipeSnow Pudding RecipeWhy Berries Are the Berries!Berries are low in fat, carbs, and calories, but high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Is it any wonder these yummy nuggets of flavor not only contribute to overall health but may even help prevent cancer and heart disease, as well as slowing the aging process. And thanks to the freezer, we can have the advantages of berries year-round.Basic Berry NutritionBerries are not only sources of concentrated flavor, but little packets of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. For example, 1 cup of sliced strawberries contains a whole day's requirement for vitamin C. A cup of blackberries contains a day's worth of manganese, while the same amount of raspberries supplies a third of our daily niacin needs. Blueberries and strawberries are even surprisingly good sources of vitamin E. And they all contain between 4 and 9 grams of fiber per cup.5 Top BerriesHere are links to more information about the five best berries for a low-carber with links to recipes:CranberriesRaspberriesStrawberriesBlueberriesBlackberries Rate this Recipe You've already rated this recipe. Thanks for your rating! Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article Calories and Health Benefits of Blueberries Up Next Article What Are the Nutrition Facts for Blackberries? Up Next Article What are the Health Benefits of Raspberries? Up Next Article What Are the Nutrition Facts for Lemons?