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Summer is almost over. It’s back to school for me next Tuesday and I’m really not happy about it. So unhappy that I bought a bag of potato chips last night along with not one, but two different flavors of chip dip (french onion and buffalo sour cream), because I
didn’t want to couldn’t decide on just one. Indecisive gluttony is not one of my more charming traits.
Kind of like how I couldn’t decide between strawberry or blueberry pie, so I made this mostly strawberry pie with a few blueberries sprinkled throughout. Unlike the chip-dip slip, adding the blueberries was one of my better decisions.
Nothing says summer like a homemade berry pie, so here’s to hoping this latest creation helps me keep the fall and new school year at bay. Add naive and wishful thinking to my list of character flaws, but enough about me. Let’s talk strawberry pie.
Muffins are my breakfast guilty pleasure. Add blueberries to the muffins and I’ll feel a little less guilty. Make this better-for-you blueberry muffin recipe and you’ll hear me ask, “What guilt? Pass me the muffins.”
That’s because these blueberry beauties are made with fat-free milk and non-fat greek yogurt, and use only half of the butter called for in most recipes. Now to be fair, when I say “most recipes,” I can really only speak for this one Paula Deen (too soon?) recipe that reads like a heart attack, but that’s neither here nor there.
So yeah, I’m no nutritionist, but even I know that less fat means fewer worries and more of these muffins with blueberries (I’m on this weird almost-rhyming kick, sorry). Recipe after the jump.
Summer = Fruit Pie
Word-association games aren’t very fun for me. I usually draw a complete blank and people point and laugh and wonder if I’ve ever picked up a book. It’s tough. Summer and pie, however, are two words that I can easily get behind.