What We’re Eating: Blueberry Crisp (Bread & Wine)

breadandwine 2013-04-23_17-29-03_337

I received the book Bread & Wine, and to be honest, I just thought it was really cool to read a book that some of the bloggers that inspire me were reading and reviewing. Little did I know… this book is a whole lot more than just a book with some stories and some recipes. There are recipes, but it is not exactly your typical cookbook. You can head over to our review blog to read my thoughts on Shauna Niequist’s book BREAD & WINE.

Note: These are all phone photos, so I apologize for the blurriness of the photos.

Below is the account of the girls making Blueberry Crisp, one of the recipes from the book.

Here are the ingredients, from one of the stores that Shauna frequents, Trader Joe’s. And we also frequent it because it is located right next to our church!

Melody reading the instructions to me so that we can double check that we have all the right ingredients and measuring cups/spoons.

The girls are pouring in oats.

Melody mixing together the oats, almond meal, maple syrup, olive oil, and salt.
2013-04-23_17-43-12_543 2013-04-23_17-43-07_298

Emily adding the crisp topping to the blueberries.
2013-04-23_17-44-26_112 2013-04-23_17-44-31_769

I really love this book, and it’s going to be one that I will read over and over again. If you haven’t already, head over to read my review of BREAD & WINE. It will make you want to cook, and throw a dinner party, even if you don’t know how to cook…or throw dinner parties, like me!

– Joyce

7 thoughts on “What We’re Eating: Blueberry Crisp (Bread & Wine)

  1. After you mentioned reading this while you were in bed sick, I thot, that It must be a pretty goodbook if you wanted to read it while sick! …so I went to my kindle app and got it….looking forward to reading it!

    • Did you start on it yet, Marie? I really enjoyed it. One of the best books I’ve read in a long time. I’m lending it to a friend, and I’m already looking forward to getting it back to try another recipe. Shauna’s stories are very relate-able and she connects well with readers….continuing my review, I guess. :p

  2. Now I’m intrigued by this book! (Not to mention your blueberry crisp.) Will head over to read your review. Thanks for sharing this.

    • lynn, I’m not a huge fan of blueberries, but my hubby is, and my girls like them too, so this was a hit for them. I think I’ll try it with different kinds of berries next time. It’s super easy, and tastes light. Went well with ice cream (something light would be great too). 🙂

  3. Pingback: Our Week in Photos (Week 18 of 52) | Keeping up with the Moys

Your turn! Share your thoughts with us.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s