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Iroquois White Corn + Berry Dessert

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Why I Love This Recipe

Usually we think of white corn as being an ingredient in corn soup or main dishes, but in this recipe you can enjoy it as a delightful treat!

Ingredients You'll Need

I cup boiled white corn
2 Tbsp maple syrup
1 cup sassafras tea
1 bag of frozen mixed berries, or fresh berries


Soak 1/2 cup of corn overnight and rinse.

Boil for 2.5-3 hours, depending on how firm you want the corn. Use less time for a firmer, lower-glycemic corn; More time for a softer corn.

Strain, and set aside in a bowl.

Boil water for sassafras tea (1 tablespoon to 1 cup) and steep for 10 minutes.

Remove/strain sassafras pieces. Pour tea over white corn and allow to soak for 15-20 minutes.

Place frozen mixed berries in a large bowl. Pour corn/tea mixture over berries, stirring two tablespoons of maple syrup in to sweeten.

Mix everything all together. Let sit, or refrigerate until berries thaw.

Serve and enjoy.

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