The other day I was digging around in my freezer searching for a bag of edamame beans and came across a bag of blueberries. I was so excited!!! It was like Christmas….except for the fact that no one has ever given me a bag of frozen blueberries for Christmas, but you know what I mean! This past Summer while at my Mom’s house we went blueberry picking in her backyard!! My Mom, brother and I loaded up on the insect repellent and headed into the woods. We ended up with so many blueberries I didn’t know what to do with them. My daughter had not yet been introduced to solid food so I knew I wanted to freeze some for her……And apparently I forgot about them…..But it’s never too late for blueberries.
Here is an Un-Recipe for blueberries with cottage cheese. It’s simple and it’s pretty, so I’m sharing it!
First, place the frozen blueberries in a small colander
Jane at This Week for Dinner inspired me to post this un-recipe.
I like to wash berries before freezing them, that way I don’t have to worry about washing them later….sometimes I bake with frozen berries and there is no time for washing. Here are the steps I took to freeze the fresh blueberries:
- Remove all stems and wash the berries
- Transfer to a cooling rack and allow to dry completely
- Line a cookie sheet or large dish with a clean kitchen towel and place the berries on top
- Move the berry party to the freezer and allow to freeze, then transfer to a zip top bag, label and done!