First day back from the beach and I'm CRAVING some fresh, homemade food. Don't get me wrong, I love boardwalk treats (pizza, fries, cheesesteaks, ice cream) but after a week, I had my fill. This morning I wanted something a little lighter and little fresher.
On our way home yesterday, we stopped at a farm stand in New Jersey. There's no way I'm leaving the state without some fresh blueberries and corn on the cob. Two of my favorite summer foods that are both in season right now!
I didn't have much else in the house except some stock pantry items, but I didn't let that stop me from having fun. I whipped this up and couldn't be happier! It was a new, super fun way to eat all those super sweet Jersey Blueberries!
Here's what I did…
- 2 Laughing Cow Light Creamy Swiss Wedges
- ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon honey (~3g)
- 1 whole Wheat English Muffin Toasted
- About ½ cup fresh blueberries
Mix the cheese, cinnamon, and honey together until creamy.
Smear the cheese mixture on the toasted English Muffins.
Top with fresh blueberries.
The Little Guy was quite intrigued. He came running over claiming his half and immediately took a big bite.
His reaction was priceless! At first he said,
"eww, I don't like it."
Immediately followed by a,
"ohh wait, this is actually really good!"
And then a,
"I'm not sure I want to eat this. Can I just eat the rest of the blueberries?"
LOL I don't think he expected the cheese taste under the blueberries. It was tasty and added a great texture, but to a 6 year old it was completely unnecessary. Straight up blueberries it was, which is totally fine by me. 🙂
Cheesy Blueberry Topped English Muffins
- Mix the cheese, cinnamon, and honey together until creamy.2 Laughing Cow Light Creamy Swiss Wedges, ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon, ½ teaspoon honey
- Smear the cheese mixture on the toasted English Muffins.1 whole Wheat English Muffin Toasted
- Top with fresh blueberries.About ½ cup fresh blueberries