Foodie Question

In an attempt to conserve food, I decided to cook my somewhat mushy blackberries (those things are too expensive to waste). I added an apple (also a little mushy), cinnamon, a little almond milk….

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Pretty, huh?

And then I added pickled cabbage. The famous last words, right? I actually saw a recipe for this combination on Pinterest.

To be fair, the cabbage wasn’t the problem. After mixing all the ingredients together, I decided to add some almond extract.Β I’m guilty of never measuringΒ in the kitchen so I accidentally added too much extract!

So, I’ve got a bunch of cooked fruit that needs a little tweaking and reasoning. Maybe I could make it into a pie?

Any ideas on what to do with this or should I just toss it and move on to the next? πŸ˜€

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22 thoughts on “Foodie Question

  1. hmm this is interesting…could you use it to top ice cream? Or in yogurt? Maybe in some oats?

  2. Cindy says:

    Blend it up into a smoothie with some yogurt. Everything taste better in a smoothie πŸ˜€

  3. fruit crisp – add oats, flour, brown sugar combo on top and bake it. Can’t be bad! lol…and add some peanut butter to the crumb mix!

  4. bezzymates says:

    You are awesome. I would never have thought of that with my soggy blackberries.

  5. I would probably do a fruit crisp, use it in oatmeal or make it into a smoothie. I almost never measure when I make crisps and apple blackberry and almond extract would be a good conbination.

  6. That is a very unique concoction! haha I liked what someone said before about a fruit crisp. Or mixed in greek yogurt, really you could do anything with it!

  7. I have to admit that you completely lost me at pickled cabbage πŸ˜† But yeah, too much extract can definitely be a problem… especially almond, since it’s so strong. I’d definitely try to turn it into a pie. You could even try adding some store bought unsweetened pie filling or even more fruit just to try and balance out the tastes a bit.

  8. Anne @ CandyCrazedrun.wordpress.com says:

    Hahahahahaha I am like you I HATE to wast food, but sometimes ya just gotta call it and throw in the towel

  9. Courtney says:

    Maybe a pie? Or some turnovers? Or a crisp with an oatmeal streusel topping?

  10. Carrie says:

    One word: Sangria. You’re welcome. πŸ™‚

  11. Allie says:

    Ugh, too much almond extract is pretty hard to overcome 😦 But I like the suggestions of using it to top oatmeal–or maybe yogurt.

  12. Too much almond extract has been my downfall before!!!

  13. Em says:

    Definitely an interesting combination…everything looks so good on pinterest though! I like the fruit crisp idea, or maybe try a buckle or cobbler recipe. A nice doughy crust might help “absorb” some of the intense flavours πŸ™‚

  14. I know others have said it already, but definitely try the yogurt mess. Or you could even make it into a fruity quesadilla πŸ™‚

  15. I would add more fruit and definitely make it into a pie or something!

  16. Maybe you could add a bunch more fruit to dilute the extract’s flavors? Or maybe add something really bland to tone it down? Oatmeal?

  17. Oooh my vote is def make it into a pie! I love pies! That fruit looks so delicious!

  18. […] you all for your creative ideas on how to use my crazy fruit concoction! I’ll be sure to post what I […]

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