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    This is a recipe I shared last summer, but it was a big hit so I am sharing it here today and making up a batch for my family! The ingredients were simple as were the instructions to create this dessert that will have people wondering if it is REALLY sand or not. I brought it to our family reunion last Saturday after the Walk and it was quickly gobbled up! My daughter asked if I would make it again the next day. I'm pretty sure she single handedly ate half the pail herself. ;) Seriously though, this was very quick & easy dessert to put together with a LOT of wow factor included. This is a super quick & easy summer time dessert that is sure to be the talk of the party!

    Recipe #516491

    This Homemade Cracker Jack Recipe is the perfect treat to take to parades, fireworks, barbecues, or the beach!

    Recipe #516490

    When you are looking for a refreshing drink this summer, try making this super easy to make Copycat Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade drink.

    Recipe #516489

    It's time for another Copycat Starbucks Recipe, and this time I am tempting you with this Copycat Starbucks Raspberry Swirl Pound Cake.

    Recipe #516488

    These white chocolate dipped Funfetti Cookie Dough Bites are perfect anytime, but I especially love the idea of serving a platter of these at a birthday parting instead of traditional cake and ice cream.

    Recipe #516487

    Looking for a fun and delicious new recipe for the grill? Try these Chicken Pineapple Kabobs tonight!

    Recipe #516486

    I LOVE Strawberry Lemonade from Chili's (or any other restaurant for that matter)! This is a big problem for me because we save about $10 on our restaurant bill by only ordering waters. So I never get to have one of my most favorite drinks. In fact my mouth is watering right now thinking about it. I have tried several times to recreate the perfection that is Strawberry Lemonade on my own without success. It is a great day because I have found this recipe for Strawberry Lemonade Concentrate! It has very few ingredients and sounds super easy to make, and I'll have Strawberry Lemonade on hand anytime I want some at a fraction of the cost!

    Recipe #516485

    Here is the recipe for the Strawberry Pie I made the other day. Just for the record I used frozen strawberries and then let them defrost and they were absolutely fabulous in this recipe. Without further a do...The Yummy Strawberry Pie courtesy of my friend Katie. I believe it is a family recipe. This makes 2 pies.

    Recipe #516484

    I am SO happy to see summer arrive this year! I'm looking forward to the laid back, slower paced nights of stargazing, barbecues, and lounging on the deck with my family. Last summer we had just bought this new house and our nights were filled with nothing but late nights of hard work to fix it up, so it will be nice this year to be able to really enjoy it. I came up with this new recipe that I loved and I think you'll love too! In fact my son who hates strawberries gobbled down two pieces in just a few minutes right before my eyes! It's no secret that I love strawberry lemonade, in fact I just made up another batch of the strawberry lemonade drink I shared with you here. This was my inspiration for this dessert.

    Recipe #516483

    I'm bringing back an oldie but a goodie: Mini Strawberry Cheesecake Desserts! This recipe creates the perfect sweet treats for any occasion. I bring them to potlucks frequently and they are always a huge hit!

    Recipe #516482

    With fresh berries from last week's trip to the U-Pick Strawberry Patch and the rhubarb from my very own garden, I baked the most delightful summer dessert this past weekend. If you are unfamiliar with rhubarb, it is a very tart vegetable that masquerades as a fruit in summer desserts. The sweet strawberries and the tart rhubarb blend well together, but the dessert definitely needs to be paired with your favorite ice cream or whipped topping. My favorite is homemade whipped cream. Enjoy!

    Recipe #516481

    I have had this recipe with so many different combinations of fruit. You can use strawberry/rhubarb, blackberry, blueberry, raspberries, etc. Sine it is strawberry season, this is a very inexpensive recipe to make and very good! My kids were able to help me with every part of this project. From cutting up the strawberries, to zesting the lemon, and measuring out all the ingredients. These are also sturdy bars for traveling.

    Recipe #516458

    Notice the little hand trying to steal one from the plate!!!

    Recipe #516457

    Ever have one of those..."Oh, I just have to stop what I'm doing and make"...moments?! That totally happened to me this weekend. I stopped what I was doing (rather, procrastinated on what I was supposed to be doing) and made these little goodies. Best part is the recipe makes plenty...enough to eat and freeze! Here's what happened before I had "that" moment. I had just grabbed Sandy Coughlin's new book, Reluctant Entertainer, and I was hoping to find a recipe to try this month. Wouldn't you know that I flipped to her "Best Strawberry Bread" recipe...and wouldn't you know that my mom left for us half full boxes of raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries. How 'bout that! Mixed Berry Bread it is!!! I made a few adaptions to Sandy's recipe...because I wanted to use whole wheat flour, and I also wanted to try it with part-sucanat, part sugar. Tasty. That is all. And I leave you with the Mixed Berry Bread.

    Recipe #516456

    Whenever we have fruit that doesn't get eaten before it starts to droop we store it in the freezer until we can use it at a later date. Bananas are super easy to freezer right in their own peel and we store strawberries, blueberries, cantaloupe and other leftover fruit in plastic freezer bags for use in breads, pancakes, smoothies and these fabulous popsicles. They taste like ice cream and they're so good that the kids beg for more.

    Recipe #516455

    This is my new favorite smoothie! The kids and I usually have a smoothie with lunch and this has been a hit for the past few weeks. I will say that it tastes different each time, probably depending on how ripe and sweet the peach is...and of course, how much sweetener is added! I find that the ripest (softest...without being bruised and damaged) peaches make the best tasting smoothies!!!

    Recipe #516454

    So I actually made this pie last week, before our weekend berry picking adventure. And I'm tempted to make it again with the berries that I froze "fresh from the farm." For this, I cheated and used 2 pre-made pie crusts that I've had in the freezer since the holidays. And I say cheated, because I much prefer to use my own...but in a moment of weakness, busy-ness over the holidays, I grabbed a few packages and didn't end up using them. So now I figured, I better not let them go to waste and just use them up. And enjoy the convenience! (Note: If you freeze the store bought crusts, just set them out on the counter a few hours before you need to use them and let them come up to room temperature before unrolling.) I even made a pretty lattice top. It all baked down to ooey-gooey sweet-tart perfection! Don't worry if your pie seems kinda "tall" when you put it in the will shrink down as it bakes! And also, I recommend baking this with the pie plate on a foil lined cookie sheet. It can make for a bubbly mess in the bottom of your oven if you don't!

    Recipe #516453

    As a mom, I love sorbet. It is lower in sugar than ice-cream and my kids are getting a healthy dose of fruit on their ice-cream cone. However, the frugalista in me winces every time I look at the price of a pinto container of sorbet. This recipe is an easy and frugal alternative to store-bought sorbet. When I buy strawberries on sale, I can make twice as much sorbet, for half the price of packaged sorbet. When I use strawberries from my garden, it costs pennies per serving. When I make strawberry sorbet, I do not put the pureed fruit through a sieve to remove the seeds. If you have a child who is very sensitive to texture, put a bowl under a sieve and push pureed berries through sieve with a spatula to remove the seeds. I use an ice-cream maker to process the sorbet, but if you don't have an ice-cream maker you can still enjoy this tasty treat by dividing the strawberry mixture between popsicle containers and freeze. They will be the tastiest popsicles ever. You can use fresh or frozen strawberries. If you use frozen strawberries. If you use frozen strawberries, allow them to thaw in the refrigerator before using. It doesn't take much active time to prepare the sorbet, but the strawberry mixture does need to cool in the refrigerator and then the sorbet requires several hours in the freezer to harden. If your kids cannot wait for it to harden, you can cheat and give them a "soft-serve" sorbet cone.

    Recipe #516452

    Talk about a healthy, sweet summer treat?! After all the chocolate and brownies as the past few desserts, I thought it might be time for some "dessert of the month detox"! ;) And what better way than with fresh fruit, honey and unsweetened coconut! Or sweetened coconut flakes if you insist on having sugar in your dessert. Or if that's what you've got on hand! Oh...and what you don't end up using for dessert on the skewers can be turned into a lovely fruit salad.

    Recipe #516450

    For breakfast Saturday morning, I made a Raspberry Coffee Cake, following a Taste of Home recipe but making a few delicious modifications along the way. I almost made Raspberry Baked Oatmeal, but ended up trying this new recipe!

    Recipe #516449

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