Articles Tagged blueberries

blueberry goat cheese pizza

Blueberries are my family’s “go-to” snack during summer. My daughter eats them so much that I tease her she will one day become a blueberry! Because it’s National Blueberry Month I’m going to share her favorite blueberry recipe (besides a smoothie that is) with you. Blueberry Pizza with Honeyed Goat Cheese and Prosciutto is a sweet and savory “pizza” quickly made on naan and devoured just as fast. The combination of lucious blueberries bursting in your mouth with sweet tangy goat cheese, salty prosciutto, and a hint of thyme is one not to be rivaled. When I first made this


blueberry pie…on a stick

17 | February 21, 2011

This post is dedicated to my little brother that is currently stationed in Afghanistan and who’s proven theory in life is that everything tastes better on a “steeeek.” Sorry, it’s an inside joke. I saw these many years ago in a little bakery in Dallas and the idea has stuck in my head since then. It wasn’t until this past weekend when we were spending time at the ranch that I remembered these little delights. My mother-in-law had taken Mia to the neighboring ranch for a visit and upon their return my 2 year-old little girl had a new word,

I ran out of blueberry puree for Mia and she is now holding my cat for ransom. Poor Athens. I dropped everything I was doing (so laundry will get done later, woo hoo I lead an exciting life these days, a lot different than the days at the magazine or being on tour with my husband in his musician days la la la….enough rambling) what was I saying, oh yeah, I dropped everything and threw this together. She’s old enough now that I mix this with yogurt or a protein. It’s good even if your baby is pass the stage

Without fail yogurt will always end up on her face, clothes, floor and in her hair. It is unavoidable. Blueberry – Pear – Thyme Yogurt (stage 3 food 8 to 12 months) · a little bears favorite 1 oz. blueberry, pear, and thyme puree (see recipe below) 2 oz. whole organic yogurt mix and serve Blueberry – Pear – Thyme Puree (stage 2 food 6 to 8 months) 1 cup frozen blueberries 1/4 cup of water 3/4 cup pears mashed or pureed 4 sprigs of fresh thyme Bring water to a boil and add blueberries. Simmer for 15 minutes or