Cream Cheese Dumplings with Blueberry Sauce

This Cream Cheese Dumplings with Blueberry Sauce Recipe looks as good as it tastes. The creamy, sweet filling with the golden brown crispy exterior are the perfect combination. You'll love dipping these warm dumplings into the fresh blueberry sauce. The ingredients you will need for the fresh blueberry sauce include some blueberries and sugar. The sauce is easy to prepare. Just combine the blueberries with the sugar in a small saucepan, then cover and place on low heat. Simmer and remove from heat, and its ready to serve with the warm dumplings when they are done. Both young and old alike will love this dessert recipe; it's nice when you can get a serving of fruit into your day with a sweet treat like this! On the Small Town Woman Cooking and Entertaining site, you will find this and plenty of other good ideas to help you when your having guests come over. On the site, you will find family fun, recipes and cooking ideas, entertaining, wine and beer reviews and more. The creator of the entertaining site is always trying to find kitchen tips and ideas to keep it all together while still having fun with all their passions.

Anytime you add blueberries to a recipe, you know you are doing something good for you and your family. This superfood can be sold fresh or processed as individually quick frozen fruit, juice, pure, or dried or infused berries. Blueberries can be used in a wide variety of recipes for jellies, jams, blueberry pies, muffins, cupcakes, snack foods, and cereals. Blueberry jam is a simple and delicious recipe made with blueberries, sugar or honey, water, and fruit pectin. You can also make blueberry wine from the flesh and skin of the berry, which is fermented and then matured, for wine usually the low bush varieties of blueberries are used. Blueberries are also a popular addition to smoothies. Blueberries are a healthy addition to recipes as they contain micronutrients mostly in small amounts, with moderate levels of vitamin C, manganese, vitamin K and dietary fiber. Other popular examples of superfoods include nuts and seeds, strawberries, raspberries, spinach, kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, Brussels sprouts and broccoli, citrus fruits, and fatty fish such as salmon, and mackerel.

Would you believe that recipes using cream cheese can be found in cookbooks starting in the mid-eighteenth century? This creamy, savory spread gained popularity in the 1820s, with dairy farms in and around the Philadelphia area gaining a reputation for producing the best examples of this unique cheese. Cream cheese was made on family farms throughout the country, so quantities that were made and distributed were usually small. Cream cheese is most often used as a spread on bagels, bread, and crackers. Cream cheese can also be used as a dip for potato chips and other snack items. Cream cheese can also be used in salads. Cream cheese can be used for many recipes from sweet to savory cooking. Cream cheese is considered in the same category of ingredients as other milk products, from cream, milk, butter, and yogurt. It is also a popular addition to cheesecake recipes and to thicken sauce recipe making them creamy. Cream cheese is sometimes used in place of or along with butter (typically using two parts of cream cheese to one part of butter when making cakes or cookies, and cream cheese frosting.

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