Today is the one year anniversary of my blogging adventures.
One year ago today, I set-out to develop a nesting plan for my life to provide a balance between work and home and to prepare our home for the next stage of our lives.
Since then I've learned home repairs, sewing, knitting, embroidery, craft ideas and countless new recipe ideas including developing some of my own. I hope this blog has helped some of you navigate the difficult line between excelling at work AND home. It has been my compass to enjoying the domestic arts and inspiring creativity that I didn't know I had. And I can't wait to see what happens in the next year.
A couple of shout outs to those who helped me along the way this year: My best friend and next door neighbor...She has pushed me with new ideas of her own and has given me the encouragement I've needed, My mother - who has great constructive feedback always in my life and this blog, My sister who always has something nice to say about my blog and has tried a few of my recipes. And last of all to my husband who is my biggest fan and "Editor". (thanks for all of the its vs it's reminders!)
Ok that's enough with the sappy portion of our blogging..Now on to the recipe.
I came up with this while looking for something on my baking shelf. While I don't like using mixes that much, I alwas keep some Jiffy Corn Muffin mix around in case I want to make some quick muffins with Chili. And I thought it would be great as a topping to a blueberry cobbler. So I purchased a couple of pints of blueberries and added sugar and a little cornstarch and put it in a favorite pie dish and Voila!
A very easy dessert to enjoy the blueberries of the season.
1 package Jiffy/Muffin Mix (8.5 oz)
1 tbsp cornstarch
1/2 cup sugar
2 pints blueberries
Mix the Corn muffin mix according to the instructions. (1 package combined with 1 egg, 3/4 cup milk, tbsp melted butter) Then in a separate bowl combine sugar, cornstarch and blueberries. Add to pie plate and cover with mixed muffin mixture and put in a 375 degree oven for 45 minutes are until golden brown and blueberries are bubbling through.