Kickin’ off the summer right on time with this old-fashioned short cake is hearty and low in fat. The key to tender shortcakes is to not overwork the dough, so pat it out instead of rolling it. A portion of the blueberries is cooked with sugar and cornstarch to form a blueberry glaze that binds the filling. This dessert is best with fresh berries.
Perfect for brunch, dessert or anytime. This light cake features sweet, seasonal berries and a lemony glaze. This bundt cake is so fluffy and moist. Garnish with ribbons of lemon rind and fresh blueberries. This delightful light cake is great dessert for spring and Easter.
Here’s a simple cobbler that beautifully combines the flavors and colors of two fruits. Blueberries and peaches get messy together in this summer cobbler. While cobbler is in the oven, the smell of this baking will have your mouth watering. Serve warm with cream or ice cream.
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Sweet readers! It’s time for our annual Thanksgiving recipe roundup. (Annual meaning this is Year #2.)
Following these short paragraphs are almost five dozen inexpensive, nutritious recipes suitable for Turkey Day. They come from CHG or my Healthy & Delicious column at Serious Eats, meaning Leigh, Jaime, or I have tried, photographed, and approved every single dish. As you may surmise, we are huge potato fans.
Is there anything we missed? Feel free to add your own favorites in the comment section. Together, we will build the greatest Thanksgiving the world has ever known. Seriously.