I’m excited to be sharing recipes using farmer’s market ingredients this week. My first recipe is a blueberry crisp for two. But first, a confession. We do not have a great farmer’s market nearby but my grocer does has pretty great produce. So I’ve chosen some recipes this week you can make with items you find at a typical farmer’s market.
So, while I’ve made one confession, I should make another. I’m not a huge fan of blueberries. I like them in things like breads and muffins but don’t really enjoy them otherwise. My husband loves any kind of fruit crisp and my youngest loves blueberries so I worked up this blueberry crisp for two. Now, it’s easily adjusted for more, or even less, servings making it a fun individual dessert for a dinner party. I venture a guess, that because this dish is almost licked clean, that it was a success.
Blueberry season in Florida is actually over. Although we have nice berries in store now, Florida grows beautiful berries but the season ends in May. When I first started measuring out ingredients I only used 1 1/2 cups of blueberries. I quickly decided that was not enough for the size ramekins I have so I increased them to 2 cups. The topping was the right amount for two servings. I used a new to me oatmeal product in the topping. It’s Irish oatmeal from Flavahan’s and both of my taste testers said this was the best crisp I’ve ever made. Again, I think that empty dish says it all!
So a great big THANK YOU to Christie from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures and Cynthia from Feeding Big for hosting this fun event! It’s going to be a delicious week.
#FarmersMarketWeek Monday Recipes
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Blistered Tomato Dutch Baby by A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
Blueberry Crisp for Two by Family Around The Table
Blueberry Scones by The Freshman Cook
Cherry Stout Jam by The Redhead Baker
Farmer’s Market Breakfast Casserole by New South Charm
Freshly Dug Potato Salad by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
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Israeli Salad by Caroline’s Cooking
Marinated Mozzarella and Tomato Appetizers by Jolene’s Recipe Journal
Peach and Blueberry Overnight Oats by Simple and Savory
Peach Bourbon Jam by Feeding Big
Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats by Cooking with Carlee
Strawberry Mango Jam by Palatable Pastime
Summer Veggies & Kielbasa Sheet Pan Dinner by Tip Garden