Summer Berry Cobbler

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1 hours 40 minutes

Easy

4 servings

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ingredients:

Directions:

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Directions:

  1. Grease the Bella Slow Cooker with butter.
  2. Quart strawberries and add them to the Bella Slow Cooker. Add blueberries, raspberries, peaches, sugar and orange juice; mix well.
  3. Crumble the butter bread on top of the fruit, add granola, butter cubes and dollops of mascarpone cheese. 
  4. Cook for 1 hour and a half in high setting. Once done, let cool. 
  5. Serve in individual bowls and accompanied with vanilla ice cream.

 

What Is pork broth?

 

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

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