blueberry cobbler

Today I take my final and say goodbye to three more credit hours. One hundred and seventeen hours down, seven more to go. It seems like eons ago that I started school. It seems like eons ago that I didn’t have a class to think about. It seems like eons ago that I’ve been in this current class. Now it’s almost over and I look back over the last seven weeks in amazement that I’ve made it this far. I don’t know about you, but school has always been a challenge. Unless I do something creative or active nothing ever just comes naturally. For this current class I literally prayed everyday about school so not to be anxious about the seemingly gargantuan task ahead of me. Then I prayed again before each and every assignment or test. And you know what? I was free. It may seem small, but the power of prayer was shown evident throughout the course of this class. It literally boggles my mind that I actually made it this far. To God be the glory!

Now that my schedule will be open I’ll be all over this blog and different design projects. I cannot wait!

Blueberry Cobbler
2 c oat groats
1 c flax
1/4 c coconut oil
1/4 c olive oil
1/4 c honey
1 t Celtic Sea salt

3 c blueberries (fresh or thawed frozen)
1/4 c honey

Grind oat groats and flax into a flour. Process all ingredient except for blueberries and honey. Mix 1/4 cup honey into blueberries and top with oat crumble. Enjoy!

2 Responses to blueberry cobbler

  1. This looks absolutely lovely! I have an abundance of blueberries that I need to use up.

    I finished school in 2009 and am so grateful I am done. As much as it was a great experience there were so many things that I didn’t care for.

    Best of luck :)

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