Paleo Blackberries in a Bag

Paleo Blackberries in a Bag

Here on PaleoGrubs we’ve made fruit roll-ups (also called fruit leather) before, but with strawberries. I usually just store them in a Ziploc bag on the counter, for up to a week. Delicious blueberries are a part of the Paleo diet food list! When choosing frozen berries shake the bag gently to ensure they can move freely and are not clumped together. You know what that means? We will be bombarded with lettuce commercials of people shaking up their lettuce leaf bags while dancing (poorly for that matter) … Read More ».

I knew the blackberries would go bad before we could eat them all and the first thing that came to mind was cobbler…  Here’s what we came up with. I made the mistake of buying frozen berries, and since I don’t bake or drink smoothies, I’m at a loss of what to do with them. Get Free Paleo Recipes Instantly. Eat them straight from the bag. The weekend finally arrived and week 1 of the Paleo Challenge is over (which is supposed to be the hardest part).

While your grill heats up, place a small saucepan over medium heat on your stove top and add your blackberries (I used a small bag of frozen organic blackberries) , balsamic vinegar, water, and a pinch of salt. I love it so much that because of the dearth of fresh, organic fruit lately, I’ve been thawing out bags of frozen berries and mangoes and eating little cups of it every day.

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