Remember yesterday’s crock pot berry cobbler recipe? I made that with some dried berries from Peak Season Foods! They sent me a huge goodie box last week and I’ve been enjoying trying out the products.
The first thing I tried was a recipe they included in the box for some Pick Me Up Bars. They sounded delicious and all the ingredients were so healthy. Unfortunately for me, all I had in my pantry was a course bread flour and they turned out kind of weird. The flavor was really good, but the texture? Not so much. I was really disappointed, but what can I say? Try again!
Next I decided to try some of the blackberry powder. This stuff is genius. Blackberries have big hard seeds that are no fun, especially in smoothies. I always avoid berry mixes that have blackberries for this reason. But, the powder is very finely ground up dried berries so there were no rock-hard seeds! I made a smoothie (recipe below) and used a couple teaspoons of the powder and boy was it good! I think it would also be fabulous for making blackberry sauce or small amounts of jam for cookies!
Then there was the cobbler. I ate way too much of that stuff.
What makes Peak Season Foods awesome?
Picked fresh. All the produce is picked at it’s peak season, fresh, ripe and ready to eat.
The SimplyDried process. It’s a low-heat, slow drying without preservatives, sugars or colors added.
The packaging. It’s moisture proof and resealable so your food lasts up to two years.
A Special Deal for You!
As of this posting, you can get 20% off on your first order, plus free shipping on all US orders and a free sample of dried blueberries while supplies last.
Ready for that Smoothie Recipe?
- 1 c plain yogurt
- 1 frozen banana
- handful frozen peach slices
- 2 t dried blackberry powder
- Blend the yogurt and banana till smooth. Add peaches and continue blending till smoothies reaches desired consistency. Add blackberry powder and blend till smooth.