Last night I opened my fridge to find the dessert wraps from a few drops ago. Did you try them!? I made them for my family a few different ways (all of them fabulous by the way!), but I saw a few posts about making them into bowls and I wanted to try this idea. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Blueberries’
I should have never questioned one of my friends….she knows I love allergy friendly recipes! She brought these to a MOPS meeting (Mothers of Preschoolers). I begged and she sent me this recipe…..but told me she used regular butter…..so I subbed in dairy free Earth’s Balance and created a dish both my son and another friend (gluten free) could have. (more…)
My name is Carrie K and I am one of the new bloggers for Bountiful Baskets. I am excited to be joining their team and I am even more excited to be able to share with you a journey that I recently began. In my blog posts, I will be posting healthy recipes made from the wonderful fruits and vegetables that we have gotten from our weekly contributions.
Recipe Round Up
The Recipe Round Up is a delicious collection of recipes from blogs and websites that you can make using your Bountiful Basket goodies. We hope you enjoy! ~Karmen
By Jeanne Gibbons
The summer fruit season marches on, from strawberries to the equally delicate blueberry. Blueberries are so versatile. You could make a jam from them, add them fresh to salads, make heavenly blueberry muffins or reduce them down to a savory glaze for pork. But when you pick up a couple flats of blueberries, it’s sometimes difficult to use them all before they become mushy. That is where proper handling and freezing techniques come into play.