Berrilicious Blackberry Sauce
Hermione decided one spring day to go blackberry picking -- that very English thing to do in nice weather. She found a great patch on the edge of the Forbidden Forest, but they looked so good that she couldn't resist picking them. After she picked them, she smugly told Ron and Harry that she would make a fantastic blackberry dessert for them, like her grandmother taught her. However, upon tasting one of them, she was bitterly disappointed -- it was more tart and sour than lemons! But her grandmother had always taught her not to waste her efforts, so she sent a message by owl, and asked what to do? Grandmother Granger showed her this way to use extra-tart berries. Not only does it taste great over ice cream, the purplish sauce is beautiful when artfully drizzled! (Ron was so impressed, he sent an owl to his mum with the recipe!)
1/3 cup powdered sugar, more or less to taste
Wash the blackberries in cold water and drain well. Place them into a food processor and process until they are squished. Pass the squished berries through a fine sieve to get rid of the seeds. Add powdered sugar and mix well. This is pretty runny. It can be cooked down to thicken the consistency if you wish. Keep refrigerated in a closed container. It tastes great over vanilla ice cream or plain cake or even a bowl of cherries!
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