Hey everyone! I’m back, just like I said I would be! I can’t believe it myself! Haha, but it is good to get back into blogging. I really want to establish a routine, and not neglect this thing so much.
So today I am going to chronicle my attempt (successful) at preparing an avocado baked egg. This is a simple and HEALTHY recipe. I put ‘healthy’ in all caps because there are some recipes on this blog that I would not label as healthy. This doesn’t mean they aren’t good, but like I stated in my previous entry, I would like to explore more healthy recipes.
I want to make it easy for visitors to my blog to find these healthy recipes, so from here on out I will label healthy recipe entries with “Healthy Hestia” tag. This will be my nutritionally sound blog alter-ego!
Avocado baked egg sprinkled with garlic salt and black and cayenne pepper
When I heard my mom had invited company over for dinner, I immediately offered to help out and make the dessert. And given the fact that there were 3 containers of fresh blueberries in the fridge, I knew they would have to be utilized in whatever I made.
My mom suggested that I do a cold custard blueberry tart. This sounded good to me, but I was in the mood for something more basic, simple, and less time-consuming to make (I had plans to spend the afternoon at the pool).
Cobbler quickly came to mind as not 24 hours before I’d seen a great blueberry cobbler recipe on Pinterest. It was from a blog called “No. 2 Pencil” for Grandma Bea’s Blueberry Cobbler. It looked fantastic. I loved the simplicity of the ingredients, and there is something so quintessentially “American Summer” about a blueberry cobbler.