I used to sell rubber stamps as a side job before I got married.
I learned from it two main things:
#1 I don't like trying to make people buy things they don't really want to buy.
#2 People make some incredible things to eat at lady get-togethers.
Now, if I could have gathered recipes while doing those stamp sales,
or just sat around eating all the food they'd prepared while they took 2 hours to pick out which stamp sets they wanted, only to decide they wanted to go home and think about it and "borrow" one of my $5 catalogs (and never be heard from again),
that would have been some consolation.
I got this recipe from a friend who had a stamp party for me
(a successful one with no catalog disappearances, of course).
I altered it a little to include different fruits and juices...
and I add a favorite healthy "sneak-in" as well:
*Chia seeds are said to have:
helps transfer calcium into your bones,
*(this info from an informative article at Highonhealth.org; click the link for an informative read about the dangers of plastic as well and originally from the article at Rawreform.com).
The choice of berries to be used are up to you.
We have a sour cherry tree and lots of black raspberries,
so they work well.
The juice is heated to soften the tapioca.
The aroma by this point usually beckons my son into the kitchen.
Once it is cooled, the fruit and chia are added.
This is one of my kids' favorite recipes
and it is a "good for you" snack, too.
Everybody say, "YUM!"
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