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Vegetarian Mushroom Stroganoff

Vegetarian Mushroom Stroganoff

The vegetarian Mushroom Stroganoff is a variation of the popular Beef Stroganoff or beef Stroganov (Russian). Beef Stroganoff is a Russian dish of sautéed pieces of beef served in a sauce with smetana (sour cream). It originated in mid-19th-century Russia. Today, Stroganoff dishes have become…

Foolproof Yorkshire Pudding Recipe

Foolproof Yorkshire Pudding Recipe

(This foolproof yorkshire pudding recipe was first published in 2010 and garnered a lot of shares via Facebook and Pinterest.  I have recently updated this post for this Christmas season, using the WP Recipe maker for easier recipe reading.) This Christmas holiday, we have decided…

Quick Easy Blueberry Cobbler

Quick Easy Blueberry Cobbler

This quick easy blueberry cobbler recipe is one of my favourite for several reasons. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, they are an excellent source of vitamins K and C, manganese, and fiber. Blueberries help prevent cancer, heart attack, lower blood pressure, boost vascular health… Read about the benefits of eating blueberries.

Quick and easy to make
Five simple ingredients are needed to make this quick easy blueberry cobbler recipe. Butter, Bisquick, sugar, milk and blueberries.

Personally, there is one great incentive for me to be making desserts out of blueberries. As a member of a barter club, every summer, I get over 100 pounds of blueberries from a local farmer. I freeze them and get to enjoy blueberries for the rest of the year.

Other desserts using blueberries
I have made blueberry sauce for my pancakes. I have made blueberry custard pie, and am still continuing to experiment with new blueberry recipes. By far, this is the easiest blueberry recipe compared to pies and crisp. If you are short of time, then this quick easy blueberry cobbler is the way to go. It can be gluten free or non gluten free simply by choosing the type of Bisquick to use.

Other variations
1. Consider using mixed berries, such as raspberries, strawberries, if available.
2. Apples can also be used in combination with blueberries.
3. Check out our Grace Harbour Apple Cobbler recipe made with Canadian crabapples, plums and berries.

gluten free blueberry pie served with ice cream
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Quick Easy Gluten free Blueberry Cobbler

This quick and easy blueberry cobbler can also be made gluten free
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time40 mins
Total Time55 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Canadian
Keyword: blueberry crisp, blueberry dessert, gluten free blueberry cobbler, gluten free blueberry pie, quick easy blueberry cobbler
Servings: 6

Equipment

  • oven

Ingredients

  • 3 cups blueberries fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1-1/4 cup Bisquick mix Original or Gluten free Bisquick mix
  • 6 tbsp butter, melted

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Pour melted butter into 8 inch or 9 inch square or round baking pan
  • Whisk together, flour, milk, sugar and Bisquick.
  • Pour batter over melted butter in the pan
  • Sprinkle blueberries over the Bisquick batter.
  • Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 40 to 45 minutes until golden brown.
    Quick easy blueberry cobbler

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My YorkiePoo Puppy

My YorkiePoo Puppy

Meet my yorkiepoo puppy hybrid dog.  A yorkiepoo, also spelled yorkipoo is a hybrid dog originating in the United States by crossing a Yorkshire Terrier and a poodle.  I went to the puppy store and there were several puppy selections, including cavapoo, multipoo, javapoo, but…

Tips on Roasting Brussel Sprouts

Tips on Roasting Brussel Sprouts

These tips on roasting brussel sprouts, comes in handy for every family dinner, whether it is Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter. Along with the traditional turkey dinner are roasted vegetables side dishes, thus the tips on roasting brussel sprouts.   Brussel sprouts is a cold weather crop,…

7 Skills to put on resume

7 Skills to put on resume

Here are 7 skills to put on resume that can help you attract attention and gain the interview you needed.  Whether you are applying for a white collar or a blue collar job, these are basic skills an employer looks for.

In addition to your education and work experience, an employer looks for skills in your resume that tells them how well you can adapt in the workplace.

1.  Ability to work in a team.  Being good at your trade or profession is no longer enough in today’s working world.   Employers are looking for social intelligence, ability to get along with co-workers and work in a team.

2. Listening and oral communications.   Ability to listen to instructions and communicate with other people is an essential skill all employers look for.

3. Computer Savvy.  Today’s wired world means that everyone is using the computer for emails, report writing, job estimates,  project presentations.

4. Written communication skills.  It is not enough to know how to speak and communicate, written skills are also important.  This means that you can write and spell.  Luckily, today’s software have spellcheckers that can help overcome this obstacle.

5.  Quick learning skills.  Today’s changing technology means that workers need to cope with new production methods, new software, new technologies.  It is important to be open and enthusiastic about learning and adapting new skills.

6.  Organization skills/setting priorities.   There are always work demands and time constraints.  The ability to organize and set priorities is an asset all employers appreciate.

7.  Report preparation/presentation skills.   Depending on the job you are applying for, presentation skills and report preparation can be an asset.

For more information and assistance in formatting and writing your resume or to use a resume writing template, simply Click Here!

 

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2020 Mid Autumn Mooncake Festival

2020 Mid Autumn Mooncake Festival

The Mooncake Festival, also known as the Mid Autumn (Zhongqiu) Festival is celebrated every 15th day of the Eighth Lunar month.  It is the second biggest holiday of the year for the Chinese.   Mooncakes, a rich pastry typically filled with sweet-bean or lotus-seed paste, are traditionally…

Sauteed Parsley

Sauteed Parsley

First time I tried the Sauteed Parsley dish was at my friend Kanthi Randeni’s place.    It has a crunchy feel, very tasty but I couldn’t tell what it is.  I tried guessing, but could not ever imagine that this was a whole dish of parsley. …

Gluten Dairy Free Mango Pudding

Gluten Dairy Free Mango Pudding

This gluten dairy free mango pudding recipe  is very easy and simple to make, and yet it is so well loved.   I am not a brag, but everyone who’s tried my mango pudding just love it.   It is great because it is gluten free, diary free and egg free (for vegans).

Ingredients:

1 cup mango puree
1-1/2 cup coconut milk1/2 cup coconut cream
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp cornstarch dissolved in 4 tbsp water

1.  Whisk the cornstarch in water and make sure it is dissolved and there are no lumps.
2.  Mix mango puree, with coconut milk, coconut cream, sugar and the dissolved cornstarch. Blend together. (I just used a whisk. This way,  there is no need to have to clean my blender.  Remember? simple to make)
3.  Put all ingredients in medium size saucepan, and heat on stove top under medium heat.
4.  Keep stirring until the mixture thickens, and close to boiling. Do not let mixture boil.
5. Remove from heat, and put in serving dishes to cool.
This recipe will make 4  servings.

mango pureeMango puree can be purchased from the grocery store.  Here is the brand that I use.   Top the pudding with a few slices of mango.

You can use your imagination when serving this  gluten diary free mango pudding.   Serve it on a martini glass and it just looks so classy.

 

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What your Eyebrows say about you.

What your Eyebrows say about you.

Have you ever thought about what your eyebrows say about you?  Some of us are born with the perfect set of brows, but most of us are born with either too much or too little hair, or too dark or too light.  Luckily, women can…