7 Reviews

These are sooooooo good! It was almost like a very easy blueberry pie when I served it warm over french vanilla ice cream. Definately a keeper. I plan to make this often and maybe even try it with some other kinds of fruits as well. Can you imagine this made with peaches?

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Karen From Colorado January 23, 2002

i made this today and it was absolutely delicous! this is a keeper, will definitely make this again. try this, you will love it!

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nancyal February 18, 2002

I doubled the recipe then poured the cooked fruit into a 9x13 pan and dropped the batter ontop.Baked it for 45 minutes at 350 degrees.Kids finished the whole pan before it had a chance to cool totally.Next time I'm going to try different fruit combos.This was soo good!!

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Mona August 25, 2002

This is amazingly delicious! The warm blueberry compote and the great dumplings with a little vanilla ice cream is like a dessert served at a 5 star restaurant. This is one for the "Make this often" file! Also quite easy.

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SuzieQue May 08, 2002

I don't know if it was the particular berries I used but I felt the sauce tasted flat. It was much improved by the addition of approximately 1/2 TBS of lemon juice. I served it with Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Overall a great and unusual dessert much enjoyed by my family.

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christina white June 12, 2002

This was SOOOOOOO GOOD!!! I made it using blueberries from the produce "mark-down" table at the local market & I'm going back for more berries. I think the sauce would be awesome over pancakes. Thanx Lennie!

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CountryLady September 10, 2003
Grand Peres aux Bleuets (Blueberry Dumplings)