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Raspberry Rose Jam

Raspberry and rose are a natural combination, and not just in grandma's yard. Dried petals from rose tea soften in the juice of red raspberries. The result is this jewel-toned jam, a balance of sweet, tart, and floral flavors perfectly suited to your next batch of scones or shortbread for afternoon tea. More

Raspberry Mousse Pie

This pie recipe calls for frozen raspberries, delivering the flavor of summer, anytime of year. Unlike many other mousse recipes that call for egg whites, this one relies on whipped cream stabilized with gelatin to give the mousse its lift. It's just sweet enough, and feels deliciously light on the tongue, perfectly complimented by the flaky, all-butter crust. More

Bumbleberry Syrup

The uses for this near-effortless syrup are endless: Stir it into summery cocktails, flutes of Champagne, or lemonade, swirl it into yogurt or oatmeal, or drizzle it over ice cream, cakes, and pies. More

Berry Crisp Cake

This cake is rich and tangy with mascarpone cheese, spiked with sweet white wine. Once baked, the berries sink into the cake and burst, becoming a built-in layer of fresh jam, while the crumble melts and crisps into a cookie-like crust that provides wonderful textural contrast. Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or at room temperature with a cup of steaming coffee in the morning. More

DIY Raspberry Liqueur

Raspberry liqueur isn't hard to find, but the bottles you can buy are all over the map. Some options are candy sweet, while others are cough syrup-strong. Making your own liqueur gives you control over how sweet and boozy the end result is—you're likely to end up with something that better suits your sugar tolerance. More

Mixed Berry Pie (Made with Frozen Berries)

Frozen berries are a great alternative to fresh for winter baking. Many people fret about whether they should thaw the fruit first, but you don't need to. With the exception of a slightly longer baking time, the results are no different from baking with fresh berries, and the crust actually holds its shape well with frozen berries inside. Feel free to adjust the sugar and cornstarch to your tastes for sweetness and texture; less cornstarch will yield a runny pie, more will give the filling a more jammy texture. More

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