Quick and Easy Blueberry Cobbler
Photo Courtesy MarthaStewart.com. Mine was just as yummy but not as pretty.http://luisa-2012.de/gb/nutrition/Quick+and+Easy+Blueberry+Cobbler.html
Baked fruit just doesnt get enough attention. Paired with a smidgen of flavorful crumb topping, its a healthy way to help get in some great nutrition.maxisize ảnh hưởng
My crumb topping recipe was taken from Martha Stewart and altered by reducing the amount of butter (by about 1/3. It was still crumbly and tasted just as good!). The best thing about this crumb recipe is you can make a batch and freeze it! Keep some frozen berries on hand and you now have a really delicious fruit focused snack or dessert anytime.ketone life ingrédients
Choose a baking container. You can use small ramekins for individual servings, a pie dish, or even a square pan.ako schudnut 5 kil
If using fresh fruit, chop into bite size pieces and toss with a little lemon juice and a little sugar to taste.kankusta duo forte
If using frozen, thaw the amount you need in advance and add a little sugar to taste.
Pour fruit into baking dish and top with a sprinkling of crumb toppinga little goes a long way!
Bake for 30 minutes or so, or until the topping is slightly browned.
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