Radical Rhubarb!



Rhubarb Slush!
This recipe is from a Dear Dear family friend Pat Green.  Iím writing it differently so we can all remember how it goes and adding a Joanne presto chango to it:  rhubarb slush leather!  Read the fruit leather blog to fill in the gaps as Iím going to rush through this process pretty quickly.  Here we go:

Ok first, Hereís the recipe - its as easy as counting to 5!

1 9x13 pan
2 cups of sugar
3 cups of water
4 cups of rhubarb
5 minutes boiled

He he heÖ do you love the way that flows?
1.  The rhubarb needs to be washed & cut into bits.
2.  Add sugar, water and rhubarb to a large pot and boil for 5 minutes. 
3.  Pour into blender and puree until smooth.  From here you have some choices.

Fruit Leather Option
1.  Place in sunshine until dried.
2. Cut into strips with a pizza cutter or scissors and roll up.

Slush Option
1.  Pour smooth rhubarb into casserole pan or bar pan and freeze.   Hint: The thinner layer the faster it will freeze.  Once frozen you can also take to a party in a gallon baggie as a gift or treat.

2.  Once frozen, chop into cubes, serve with a spoon or as the ice cream in a Sprite or Fresca float.  Its all delightful, especially on a hot summer day!

I hope you find this easy recipe delightful and refreshing and convenient too! I wish you the best and happy savings till next time! 

- Joanne


Share |


Tags: recipe  rhubarb  food  treats 

Melanie Nelson said...
I hate rhubarb...But this is my favorite Pat Green recipe! She has served rhubarb slush at every baby and bridal shower I have attended. I love it! Thanks for sharing this with our web friends, Joanne!

Mike said...
Can you do this with other fruits? I'm not a fan of rhubarb, but this sounds like it would be good with other fruits.

Melanie Nelson said...
Yes, Mike! It works great with peaches, apples, pears, etc.


Add a Comment


Your Name 

Your Email Address 

Your Web Site (optional) 


Your Comment 

Code Image - Please contact webmaster if you have problems seeing this image code Load New Code

Please enter the Security Code exactly as shown.
Cookies must be enabled on your web browser.

For all news items click here

Subscribe to Our Newsletter
News Releases
What Can I Make with Freeze Dried Sweet Potatoes
What can you make with freeze-dried sweet potatoes?  You are about to find out!
Release Date: 9/12/2019

Why Should I Store Buttermilk Powder
Freeze Dried Buttermilk Powder is a great shelf-stable ingredient to store.  But why should you store it?  Let's find out!
Release Date: 9/12/2019

Gear & Gadgets - The Super Scoops!
Back from the Archive:  You don't need a lot of little or big gadgets cluttering up your kitchen.  Britney is back to show us how the cookie dough scoop is one of the most versatile gadgets you can have in your kitchen.  You can eliminate other "one-trick" tools and save yourself storage space, time and money by choosing tools that do double-duty.
Release Date: 9/10/2019

Online Classes
A Grocery Store in Your Home, e-learn
A Grocery Store in Your Home, e-learn

Basic principles that help you make smart, economical decisions about food storage.

Powdered Milk E-Learning Class
Powdered Milk E-Learning Class

Learn how fast and easy it is to make all of your dairy products at home!

Eat Better for Less E-Learning Class
Eat Better for Less E-Learning Class

With the rising costs of groceries, you may have noticed your budget rising, too.  Learn how easy it is to save money on groceries right now - No Coupons Necessary!

Upcoming Classes
Basic-Uses-for-Essential-Oils
Sep
18
Basic-Uses-for-Essential-Oils
7PM-9PM
learn the basic care, treatment, and methods of use for your essential oils.

Calendar View

Featured Products
What is an Essential Oil?

Find us on FaceBook

Copyright © 2016 Mary Ann's Cupboards. All Rights Reserved. | Site designed by Market Run Solutions | Powered by WebAdmin 
Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Refund Policy | Shipping