Berry season is in full force around the Harbor and we are loving it!. I’m pretty sure my son could eat his weight in fruit every morning for breakfast and again for lunch. While we’re up to our eyebrows in fruit, I’m trying to plan out some ways to save all that goodness for the dull grey of winter. Yesterday I made jam,and it is super easy! In addition to jam, I’m also making a lot of other berry inspired dishes.
This is something my kids love and is a pretty simple snack to make after school.
1/2 c. sliced strawberries
1/2 c. Greek Yogurt with Honey
1/4 c. Granola
In a small bowl or cup, put granola in bottom. Layer yogurt on top. Then layer strawberries. Eat!
Super easy and simple!
At the beginning of berry season, sometimes I put the strawberries in before the yogurt, so the kids get a surprise.
The “recipe” for making jam varies by type and brand of gelling agent you use. Or you can even go “gell-free” and go the old fashioned route, but there still is a process that can make it simple, easy and fun. Plus you have the satisfaction of seeing all those jars lining your pantry shelf.
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