Did you ever eat anything in your childhood that you still remember? Do you remember where you were when it happened?
Am I the only weird one here??
This is probably why I’m the new Foodie Friday girl here at MSWB.
I’m about to share my favorite childhood dessert recipe. It’s my go-to recipe when I need something quick and comforting. The hubs and I are on a clean eating lifestyle change…….and it’s hard when friends invite you over……..and request a dessert…….that isn’t “clean.”
Therefore, they get blueberry bliss.
I tasted this recipe for the first time in my childhood church fellowship hall. Mrs. Belinda had made it for a funeral. And I ate half of the 13×9 pretty much by myself. Is it terrible of me to not remember who died……..but remember the recipe?
Don’t answer that.
I made my mother write down the recipe on the back of an Annie Armstrong envelope she had in her Bible.
Here ‘ya go:
(1) can of blueberries (really, you can use whatever fruit you want)
(1) block of cream cheese (I normally do fat-free, but the hubby picked this up)
(1) roll of crescent rolls (make sure it’s an 8 count)
¼ cup of powdered sugar
3 tbsp. of milk
-It’s best to have the cream cheese at room temperature.
I like to serve these puppies warm! So, I immediately mix the powdered sugar and the milk and drizzle over the blueberry rolls. They are not the most advanced culinary dessert that you will ever make. However, they are quick, cheap, easy and so good!
You can even eat them for breakfast since fruit is involved!
Happy Foodie Friday,
Meg lives in South MS and enjoys blogging, figuring out how to sew, MSU football and DIY crafts. She has been blogging for 6 years at Keeping Up With the Jones’. She is the mother to 2 wienie dogs that feel their life is complete when they ride on the golf-cart. Keep up with Meg as she blogs about her loves, life and all things in between.
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