Another recipe from Miss B’s kitchen. Don’t know where it originated.
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This one is very easy. Steep a bag of blueberry tea into a cup of boiled water for 5-10 minutes, until strong. Then stir in a teaspoon or two of blueberry fruit spread or blueberry preserves. Natural is best (sweetened with fruit juice or fruit syrup).
I wasn’t sure what to eat for supper today, or if I should eat at all, but I knew I wanted something that would aid my digestive system. After considering my options, I decided to make a smoothie, but my smoothie came out as a heavy mousse instead. I didn’t want the smoothie to be cold anyway, and this tasted delicious. I ate it with a spoon. I think it would make a decent spread also (like fig spread, as it contains a few of the same ingredients), for toast, pancakes, waffles, or other bread-like foods. Hm…now that I think about it, perhaps I should try making something like a vegan cream cheese to go on that bagel…
Like honey roasted peanut butter or peanut butter with honey, but different and not really peanut butter. It’s good on bread, though.
I definitely recommend that you try this one. I’ve been desiring, if not craving peanut butter for at least a few weeks now, but not willing to get the tiny jars of the unhealthy stuff from Tesco. I was disappointed to find out that these plastic containers (at Tesco) of something that looked like peanut butter at first glance was actually palm sugar. I have not yet purchased any peanut butter from the shop/people near the academy who are selling it nor the man who I heard made healthy peanut butter, but I did buy some peanuts on my last trip to Tesco, and some coconut milk and honey from the pharmacy, and some bread from the academy bakery, so I whipped up this treat. Believe it or not, it’s better straight out of the container than it is on bread. I thought of saving some for tomorrow, but ate it all for supper (and I had some bread, too).
Was out of Earth Balance, so made this healthy, sweet alternative to spread on my cranberry pumpkin bread this morning. It can be stored in the fridge for a few days, but does go brown, so it’s best fresh.
Inspired by a fig spread recipe by Fri, my former room mate from the short time I spent in Canada.