Blueberry Pie On The Road

A few months ago a friend of mine asked: what can you cook in a motorhome? Do you guys eat just pasta and tinned food like when you're camping? Well, cooking in a motorhome is actually quite effortless and quick. A fridge, gas stove and sink make life easy, and you can cook many kind of meals in a motorhome. Some motorhomes also have an oven, but our's doesn't.

I've really missed oven only once while living in a motorhome. 
That was when I had picked up some yummy blueberries and was craving for some freshly baked blueberry pie. It's a traditional Finnish sweet pie and also the most delicious dessert I know. Vanilla sauce makes it even better. But, no oven means no blueberry pie. Or does it?

You know women, when they're craving for something. Of course I came up with something that tastes like a blueberry pie, but doesn't require an oven to make. It might look more like a trifle, but to me it tastes surprisingly much like the blueberry pie my grandmother used to make.

Doesn't look like a pie, but tastes like one.

And how to make the super simple blueberry pie on the road? Here's the recipe. "Baking" this healthy, no-oven deliciousness only takes about 10 minutes.

Ingredients (for two portions)

  • 4-6 oat biscuits
  • ‎1 dl natural yoghurt
  • 1 dl natural quark
  • 2 dl fresh ‎blueberries (you can also use lingonberries or blackcurrants!)

What else do you need?

  • 2 spoons
  • ‎2 mugs
  • a small bowl

Directions

  1. Crumble the oat biscuits into small bits.
  2. Mix the yoghurt and quark in a bowl until the texture is even.
  3. Pour the biscuit crumbles on the bottom of the two mugs.
  4. Spoon the mixed yoghurt/quark on top of the biscuit crumbles.
  5. Add some blueberries.
  6. Eat and enjoy outdoors with some coffee or tea.

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