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Jun 13

One Pan Nan: Berries with Brown Sugar Cream

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Every week on Top 20 Country Countdown our host Nan Kelley counts down your favorite videos — but when she’s away from the studio, she’s likely to be found in her kitchen, creating healthy, delicious meals. Nan likes to keep it simple, cooking entire meals using only one pan. Her husband, Charlie, lovingly gave her the nickname “One Pan Nan,” and now that’s also the name of her new cookbook [get it HERE!]. We asked Nan to share some of her recipes with us, and this week, it’s Berries with Brown Sugar Cream. Check back every other week for a new recipe.

“I once had a dog named Rudy and a roommate named Rudy. The roommate named Rudy gave me this recipe years ago, and it continues to be a hit. This is the perfect summertime dessert. Light, fresh and so super easy. You don’t even need a pan, just a pretty bowl and a mint sprig. The sweet brown sugar melts into the tangy sour cream for a perfect balance, and the fresh berries bring their own sweetness plus fiber and antioxidants. There are really no measurements at all. You put as much of each ingredient as you want. Just make it pretty, and your guests will love it!”

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Ingredients:
Fresh blueberries
Fresh raspberries
Sour cream
Brown sugar

Directions:
Wash and drain the berries. Arrange a mixture of both in a bowl. Place a generous dollop of sour cream on the top, and sprinkle brown sugar on the sour cream. Serve immediately.

Get more One Pan Nan Recipes from Nan Kelley »

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