What to do with an abundance of wild blackberries? Well, I love chocolate, didn't want to heat up the kitchen or pay much attention to it. So I found 2 recipes, one here, and one offline and combined them to make a completely new dessert! Chocolate cake that makes its own blackberry/chocolate syrup! Yum!
The first 6 steps are for the cake batter; steps 7 & 8 are for the berry sauce.
Everyone loves the soup that comes from this mix! And it can be made in a million ways.
I used to buy this mix in bulk at the natural foods store, but began to wonder why I was paying so much for what were mostly very inexpensive ingredients. So I reverse engineered the mix. Directions for turning the mix into soup are below.
This is a variation on 'cold cucumber soup'. I don'[t like using anything fake, like 'fat-free sour cream'. How can sour cream be fat-free? Ridiculous. But I didn't want to use a lot of regular sour cream, either. This can be served warm or cold.
My friend, Laura, is not eating grain for Lent, but wanted something 'bread-y'. So she made up this recipe: Scrumptious soda bread, with NO GRAIN! Light, fluffy, a bit sweet, but not cake-y, at all. Much better than the stuff made with wheat, actually.
Yummy, easy winter salad for one! I just made this one up, based on what i had on hand -- shrimp in the freezer, and a grapefruit from a friend's yard. Great diet food -- you won't even know you're dieting!
Ridiculously easy lasagna, from Real Simple magazine. It would be easy to vary -- different sauces, add extra veggies, etc. I actually used refrigerated ravioli, and forgot to use foil. It puffed up beautifully, and didn't overbrown. Delicious!
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