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Recipes Tagged ‘ fruit ’

Strawberry Shortcake

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September 13, 2010
Strawberry Shortcake

The last of the summer strawberries are still super sweet and delicious, so grab a bunch the next time you’re out. And what better to do with fresh berries, than make a dessert?? This Strawberry Shortcake recipe is my own hybrid of about 10 other recipes that I found. I took all the best parts from...
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Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

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July 24, 2010
Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

Try this delicious appetizer at your next party! The unique combo of flavors is scrumptious. I brought this to a party recently and people devoured it. This recipe makes a large amount–perfect for a gathering. Plan ahead when making it, as it needs to chill for a few hours. Serve it cold from the fridge with...
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Fruit & Yogurt Parfait

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June 20, 2010
Fruit & Yogurt Parfait

I have a new appreciation (and addiction) to yogurt since moving abroad. Words cannot describe how amazing yogurt is in Europe! It’s thicker, creamier, yet not as sweet as in the States. Vanilla is my favorite flavor–boring, I know, but it tastes like frosting, I swear! I love making these parfaits for breakfast. Use...
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Fruit and Yogurt Smoothies

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July 10, 2009
Fruit and Yogurt Smoothies_ss

My son and I enjoy a smoothie almost every day as a snack. They’re so easy to make and so good for you! I use my hand-held blender for quick clean-up. Have fun with different fruit and drinkable yogurt combos. This smoothie is made with mango, banana, pineapple, and vanilla drinkable yogurt–my favorite! But...
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Tip: Freezing Fresh Fruit

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July 10, 2009
Tip_Freezing Fresh Fruit

Waste not, want not–right?? So the next time your fruit is about to go bad, try this tip to save it. Wash, peel (if necessary), and cut the fruit into bite size pieces. Then spread the pieces onto a cookie sheet lined with tin foil. Put the tray of fruit into your freezer for...
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