It’s National Dessert Day, and that is cause for celebration! Desserts come in many shapes, sizes, and flavors. They are typically a special addition eaten at the end of a meal. We like to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and other important events with sweet treats. While it wouldn’t be healthy to have dessert for breakfast, lunch,Continue reading “Craving Something Sweet // Happy National Dessert Day!!”
Have you ever met a peach you didn’t like? I haven’t! Peaches are one of the best fruits in the whole world…and they’re growing right here in Utah! The natural sweetness of the peach makes a perfect base for a delicious fruity dessert. Let’s get started! First, gather your ingredients! Peaches, oats, whole-wheat flour, honey,Continue reading “A Peach of My Heart // Perfect Peach Crisp”
It’s July and that means we get to celebrate AMERICA! Many families have traditions for the 4th of July. Some people run races, play games outside with their families, have barbecues, or watch fireworks! What are your favorite traditions? These watermelon skewers are a perfect way to honor America at your family party! You’ll loveContinue reading “Patriotic Party // Watermelon Skewers”
Lots of farmers markets in Utah will be selling rhubarb around this time of year! Rhubarb is a funny-looking vegetable that looks like pink celery. The stalks can be eaten plain, but most people like them best when they are baked into desserts like pies, cakes, or muffins. Here are a couple fun facts aboutContinue reading “Harvest Schedule // Kid-Approved Rhubarb Muffins”
The blog has a ton of fun recipes that use fruit. What one will you try next? Find more fruity creations under the Recipes tab!
On the last blog post we learned about the awesomeness of pomegranates and today we are creating a yummy treat with pomegranates! It may be chilly outside but that won’t stop you and your family/friends from wanting to eat this frozen treat. The recipe today is called Frozen Yogurt Pomegranate Bark – sounds and tastesContinue reading “Frozen Yogurt Pomegranate Bark”