I had planned to post a recipe this week, but I suddenly found myself in food blogger hell.
My fridge died. It requires some part, probably from the deepest pits of Mt. Doom, and untold dollars to set it to rights. So my recipe progress will be a bit stalled until that happens.
Oddly, the freezer is still working fine. Because of this, and because we purchased a tiny dorm-style fridge to tide us over, we have been, if not exactly comfortable, at least able to continue feeding ourselves. It requires regular trips to the store (not exactly daily, but close), which makes me feel very fancy and European. Ooh la la indeed.
This death of the fridge has coincided with my youngest girl being under the weather. She doesn’t want to eat much, but she does love sweet things. Since I had blueberries in the freezer, honey in the cupboard, and a tiny little squeezer of lime juice in the mini-fridge, I made this tea for her.
The frozen blueberries, aside from being chock full of vitamins, quickly bring the tea down to a reasonable temperature (cool enough for my little, but warm enough to still be soothing).
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon gelatin (I use Great Lakes, in the green can -- it dissolves perfectly)
- 1 cup boiling water
- 1/8-1/4 cup frozen blueberries (do not thaw)
- Combine lime juice, honey and gelatin in a heatproof mug. Pour in boiling water; stir thoroughly.
- Add frozen blueberries. Serve immediately.