Baked Balsamic Fruit – 21 Day Fix Approved

Baked Balsamic Fruit

When I was younger, one thing I would look forward to is driving up to my grandparent’s house in beautiful Oregon.

I would still love that, but being located in Florida just makes the drive a tad longer than from California 😉

My grandma is hands down the best baker. She makes everything from scratch- including my all time favorite thing- PIE! I always knew that going to grandma & grandpa’s house meant pie every night, which is every child’s dream! [don’t try and disagree with me on this because pie is life]

Being in the middle of the 21 Day Fix, I can’t exactly eat pie (sadly), but I needed something to curb this awful, awful sweet tooth of mine!

Knowing from my sweet grandma that nothing is better than warm berries, and how much I just *adore* anything related to balsamic vinegar, I thought I’d play around and combine the two. Spoiler alert- this stuff is the bomb. dot com. [I’ll try my hardest to never use that phrase again, I’m sorry]

Balsamic Baked Berries

You’ll Need:

  • 1 & ¼ Cups of berries- I chose raspberries and blueberries [1 purple Fix container]
  • 1-2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar
  • Oven safe baking ramekins [these ones work ah-may-zing-ly]

Baked Balsamic Berries

Another thing I love about this is just how simple it is.

Seriously, all you need to do: Gently mix your berries with your balsamic vinegar in a ramekin and pop in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes!

Baked Balsamic Fruit

Allow the fruit to cool for about 10 minutes before diving in!

Do you have any healthy desserts I should try out while on this fix?

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