This recipe didn't sound very appealing to my kids who really don't like meat and fruit to combine anywhere near their mouths. At this point, a craft rather than a recipe might be the better option...
UPDATE: a friend on FB suggested Nigella Lawson's Clementine Cake and searching for that recipe led me to this Clementine-Vanilla Quick Bread so I think I'm going to try it. Other suggestions are welcome because we have more than 10 to deal with right now.
And yes, I made my baby taste one just to see her make a funny face. She kind of liked it though and then I felt bad that I couldn't give her more than just a taste.
Smoothies! Our clementines are sour now too. I threw some in with OJ (or Apple juice) and some other frozen fruits, greek yogurt, and ice to make some yummy fruit smoothies. I buy a big bag of frozen fruit just for breakfast smoothies.ReplyDelete
You know there's the craft on Pintrest where you light a clementine as a candle. I have not done it, but I think I pinned it long ago. I'm MamabearJD there too but I mostly pin stupidly expensive shoes.ReplyDelete
I vote smoothies. We've been eating? drinking? them a lot lately, b/c my husband got me an immersion wand blender for Christmas :)ReplyDelete
What about Clementine Sorbet? try http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/tangerine_sorbet/ReplyDelete
What about combining them with cranberries and making some jam or a chutney for sandwiches?ReplyDelete
just a thought, as i too have a bag of sour clementines in the fridge...ReplyDelete
i saw on pinterest a recipe for broiled grapefruit. they said it got all warm and sweet with the sugar in the fruit carmelizing like in a brulee.
Your baby is beautiful,adorable!ReplyDelete
Jorgelina of Argentina
Ugghh! I don't like it when we get a bag of oranges that turn out a bit on the dry side! No one wants to eat those either and they end up in the trash!ReplyDelete
Sympathy going out - - the kids here would be disappointed with sour clementines!