Blueberry Slush

This recipe is my daughter Gracie’s #1 favorite dessert, and in terms of simplicity, deliciousness, and healthy eating…it’s a trifecta of awesomeness that requires 2-3 ingredients, and about 30 seconds to prepare!

Blueberry Slush

Blueberry Slush
1/2 cup frozen blueberries (I buy fresh, then freeze overnight)
1/2 cup milk, anything from 1% to Whole.
1 tsp preferred sweetener (optional)

Put frozen berries on a bowl, sprinkle with sweetener, and pour the milk over to top until it’s just below the level of the berries.

Let sit 10 seconds, then stir. Repeat until the milk has formed a slush, and there’s no visible liquid in the bottom of the bowl.

Serve immediately.

High in antioxidants, vitamin C, and fiber; low in calories, and with no fat or cholesterol, blueberries are considered a “Superfood.”

A 14-year study that followed 200,000 participants showed that the flavonoids in blueberries can enhance brain health, help improve your memory, protect your brain from age-related decline (gotta get me some of THAT!) and also help prevent high blood pressure.

Gracie just thinks it’s delicious…and that’s good enough for me!

hautemealz.com Chef, Terry Ramsey, introduced this crazy-easy dish to our family, and it’s become our go-to dessert (and sometimes breakfast, l0l).

Thanks Terry!

-Chef Perry

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