Over the summer, we have been picking endless amounts of blackberries – so many, in fact, that we had no idea what to do with them all! Seasonal eating is something that I’ve really been investing in recently, and as one of our core values here at Rhythm & Green, I thought it would be a great idea to find ways of preserving our blackberries to enjoy over the winter. After some experimenting in the kitchen, I came up with a few different recipes – one of my favourites being a delicious blackberry syrup!
Blackberry syrup is extremely easy to make and it requires a minimal number of ingredients. Making it yourself is also a lot cheaper than buying it in the supermarket and you know that the fruit hasn’t been shipped from overseas or grown out of season (so many emissions!!!). We’ve been enjoying our batch of blackberry syrup on pancakes, porridge, and ice cream (as well as saving the majority of it for the colder months, of course) and we wanted to share our recipe with you!
To find our simple blackberry syrup recipe, and other recipes that will help you to use up your blackberries and preserve the taste of summer, visit the link below and we’ll direct you to our Etsy shop. There, you’ll find our FIRST OFFICIAL MAGAZINE, which holds all of our AUTHENTIC, ALL-VEGAN and WELL-TESTED blackberry recipes.
Shop for our magazine: Serenade Series – The Blackberry Issue
To find out more about this magazine, feel free to check out our official launch post – click here – where you can read all about the inspiration and creation behind our magazine, what the magazine contains, and a word from me (katherine) to personally say thank YOU!
Thank you so much for choosing to support our small business. We’ve been working hard all summer to gift you with this little magazine, as a way of saying thank you and expressing our gratitude to all of our readers and followers. Once again, THANK YOU!
We look forward to hearing from you soon and we hope that this week treats you well! Let us know if you have a go at making any of our recipes by tagging us on Instagram @rhythmandgreen
Lots of love,