It’s not a coincidence that this recipe was almost the last one made. Ann didn’t think it was going to be very good. I can’t blame her, it only has four ingredients, and one is a loaf of bread, if you can call that an ingredient. The other four are blackberries, blueberries, sugar and a teaspoon of lemon Juice. It only calls for a cup of sugar, which doesn’t sound like much if you’ve ever made a blackberry cobbler or cherry pie.
|A Pringles can with a speaker hooked up to my Android|
rocks the island during the dessert course.
But we should have known by now to have confidence in any recipe in Cooking Wild in Missouri. Ann made the dessert Saturday morning, put it in the fridge, then the cooler, and brought it out at the island party Saturday night. It was gorgeous, and well received by both the kids and the adults. Ann whipped cream and served the pudding with a ring of cream around it, which was the icing on the cake. There was no part of this dessert left over.
|The Munos in the moonshine (supplemental lighting provided by campfire).|