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EASY DOES IT # 21 – Blueberry Delight

Dear  Friend’s,
Although most of my followers are culinary professionals, there is also a large segment of followers who are just starting to enjoy cooking on a slightly higher than basic level. I have therefore decided to publish, under the moniker “Easy Does It“,  from time to time some very basic recipe variations of dishes which otherwise might seem complicated to some folks. I will break them down to the easiest, most simple instructions, so that those of you who are intimidated by elaborate recipes will be able to prepare these dishes properly, adjusted to your taste and liking, right from the get-go.
Enjoy :-)
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Yesterday  when I was shopping for groceries on my way home from work, a wicked craving for sweets took possession of my body and mind 😦
When I got home, I found these things in my shopping bags –
Fresh blueberries, blueberry yogurt, pound cake, dried apricots, whipping cream and chocolate sauce.
I  quickly put these little sweet buggers together and enjoyed this lazy no-cook dessert with a glass of hot chocolate and a great dose of guilt 😦
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Bon Appetit !   Repent !!! 🙂
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Link to more “ Easy Does It
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Hans' Blueberry Delight & Hot Coco

Hans’ Blueberry Delight & Hot Coco

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Hans' Blueberry Delight

Hans’ Blueberry Delight

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Preparation :
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Pear Crumble


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If
 you have not yet decided on a stunning dessert for your holiday party, you might want to strongly consider this one. It is easy to make, can be made in advance and looks and tastes like a million bucks. Otherwise, promise yourself that you’ll prepare this as soon as sanity has returned to your kitchen after the holidays. I am sure it’s ease of preparation, as well as it’s deliciousness, will make it one of your standby’s, just as it has become one of mine. When you prepare this, make sure you let the crumble rest at  least 30 minutes in a warm place to let it set. If you want to re-heat it, give it enough time to get warm in low heat (about 20 minutes at 300F), then a bit under the broiler to re-crisp the crust. – You’re welcome 🙂 >
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !

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Pear Crumble

Pear Crumble

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Pear Crumble

Pear Crumble      (My kind of food porn – no tweezers required)

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Pear Crumble

Pear Crumble

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