Two of My Cucumber Salad Recipes in Women’s Voices for Change Plus Bonus Quick Blueberry Pie Recipe

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

Here is the link to of my latest recipes posted in WVFC:

http://womensvoicesforchange.org/summer-recipes-cucumber-salads.htm

Cubed Cuke Salad

 

Lemon-Lime Cucumber Salad

ENJOY!!!

If you click on their link, feel free to post a comment. They keep stats on feedback. Thanx! ellensue

 

 

P.S. BLUEBERRY BONUS

While visiting my brother and sister-in-law a few days ago, my sister-in-law gave me a no-bake blueberry pie recipe to use for my turn at desserts last night for our Jewish gathering. I made several changes to create a no refined sugar recipe, used more blueberries, and a few other changes, such as local blueberry butter (unsweetened) instead of white sugar. Here is it. I did not take a photo because I did not think I would use it, since the recipe is not originally mine, but it came out so well, I had to share “Aunt Molly’s” idea withmy “improvements.”

(Please use organic berries!)

 

Quick Blueberry Pie

3 qts. organic blueberries
2 Tbl. flour (can use gluten free)
1 cup apple juice
½ cup fruit only blueberry jam (or blueberry butter)
9 inch pie crust (graham cracker) or pre-baked pie shell

Ice cream, whipped cream, frozen yogurt or Greek yogurt for topping

1. Divide washed blueberries in half.  Set aside one half. Place other half in a saucepan. Mix flour with apple juice in a small bowl and add to berries in pot. Cook on medium high heat, stirring often, until berries thicken. Some of the berries will pop.

2. Place cooked berries in a large bowl to cool 5-10 minutes. Then stir in uncooked, washed berries. Mix well and allow to set together a few minutes. Spoon into pie shell. Refrigerate before cutting.

3.  Add topping of choice when you serve the chilled pie. Place back in fridge if any is left over.

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