Skillet Blueberry Crisp

Skillet Blueberry Cobbler

Blueberries are at their peak season right now with most grocery stores selling them buy one get one free. I made this Skillet Blueberry Crisp on Sunday night, which only takes 10 minutes of preparation time. It’s so easy, healthy and tastes fantastic! My husband said this blueberry crisp was so good that it did not even need vanilla ice cream (or frozen yogurt to top it off). If you have some on hand and want that cold and warm temperature combination, feel free to add it. I used my 61/2-inch cast-iron skillet, but if you only have the larger one, you can double the recipe. Blueberries are also healthy for you. In only 80 calories per cup and virtually no fat, blueberries offer many nutritional benefits. They are packed with Vitamin C and are a good source of manganese (which is important in bone health). Blueberries have antioxidants that can improve vision and promote quicker adjustment of the eyes to darkness. They can also improve memory and reduce the risk of infections. They have high levels of compounds that help widen arteries and can help blood flow. Blueberries are also a good source of fiber, and they have phytonutrients that protect cells from damage. This recipe is great to serve to kick off summer, and it will be awesome to serve on Memorial Day and Fathers’s Day too!

Blueberry Peach Cobbler Bars

Nothing says summer more than fresh blueberries and peaches.Two nights ago, I saw a recipe for blackberry and peach cobbler bars in the latest Southern Living magazine, and I immediately tagged the page. Yesterday, my daughter, Leigh and I made these Blueberry Peach Cobbler Bars. We adjusted the recipe a bit by omitting bourbon, adding maple syrup, and reducing a few other ingredients. OMG these were so amazing! We ate these warm with a glass of milk, and honestly, we couldn’t stop eating them! These are the perfect recipe to make with the kids or bring to a summer get-together. They will feed a crowd!