Tuesday, January 5, 2010


Check it out check it out check it out check it out.  --Strongbad

We picked mass quantities of blueberries last summer and froze them. Over Christmas, I discovered that if you combine frozen blueberries and milk, the milk will clump into a soft freeze around the berries, which thaw quickly into juicy, slushy goodness. It's almost as good as ice cream! 

Frozen Blueberries in Sweet Milk

1/2 cup milk (whole probably works and tastes best)
1/2 TB sugar
pinch of cinnamon
1/2 cup frozen blueberries

Pour milk into small bowl, mix in sugar and cinnamon, and add blueberries, submerging them as much as possible. Let sit about 30 seconds, then give a few gentle stirs to coat blueberries. Eat!

Also, look at the pretty Christmas cookies we made! Chocolate-walnut squares, pine nut tassies, and lemon curd macaroons!


  1. Ha! You're just mad cuz I got my holiday foodie pics up first.

    Speaking of which: I wanna seeeeeeee the gratiiiiiiiin! (It's weird to see all those "i"s as making a short "a" sound.)