Simple Blackberry Recipes 


Blackberries are one of my favorite summer flavors and I'm excited to share a few ways I use it!

Blackberry and Rhubarb Crisp 

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INGREDIENTS FRUIT FILLING – 1 cup of chopped rhubarb – ½ pint of blackberries – ¼ cup of lemon honey – ½ teaspoon chia seeds CRUMBLE TOPPING – ½ cup of oats – ½ cup brown sugar – ¼ cup corn flakes – ¼ cup sourdough starter – Three tablespoons of cold butter, cubed

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. First, chop your rhubarb into 1-inch pieces add blackberries and toss with honey in a medium bowl until coated.

Spread evenly on a baking sheet and roast for 15 minutes, stirring once halfway through roasting time

Allow cooling slightly before adding to the crisp. Once cool, add your chia seeds.

Meanwhile, combine starter, oats, and brown sugar in a large bowl and mix with a fork or pastry cutter until well combined.

Add butter and mix  until crumbly 

Grease baking dish with butter or nonstick spray . Spread blackberry and rhubarb mixture evenly into prepared pan,

Sprinkle reserved oat mixture over filling

Bake for about 25 minutes or until golden brown on top.

Blackberry-flavoured Vodka

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Make your own infused vodkas! 

There are three reasons to make your own infused vodka. It's fun to make, it's cheaper than buying flavored vodkas, and it's delicious.

An infused vodka is an easy  to use up quickly fading produce!  Here are some reasons to make your own. 

more  about infused spirits

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Why make infused vodkas?

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01 Vodka is a neutral spirit that absorbs the flavors of whatever you infuse it with.

02 Once you start making infused vodka, you'll wonder why you ever paid so much for flavored vodkas.

03 You can change the flavor depending on what herbs or vegetables you add.

Easy Blackberry Infused Vodka

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Prep Time: 10 Min

– 1 cup balsamic vinegar – 1 cup water – 1 tablespoon salt – 2 tablespoons vinegar – 1 teaspoon garlic  mustard seeds

Cook Time: 20 Min


Step 1

Wash the blackberries and discard bruised or rotten berries. Blackberry leaves are bitter, so you can pitch those too, but don't toss the stems until you've inspected them. They may have tiny blackberries on them!

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Step 2

Add all of your picked or washed berries into your glass jar and add just enough vodka to cover the berries thoroughly.

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Step 3

Keep in a cool, dark place for three days. Then, remove and taste the vodka every day to see if it has reached your desired sweetness level; 

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Step 4

When you are happy with the flavor, strain the berries using a fine mesh strainer Pour blackberry-infused vodka into a clean glass bottle or jar and enjoy!

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Recipes for other pickles, drinks  + infusions!

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