Who doesn’t love popcorn?! I mean really!… It is such a delicious and addicting snack food! My family LOVES popcorn. I am going to let you in on a little secret. Popcorn is one of my husbands go to snacks. He will pop some up and then alternate different seasonings we have in our home. […]
Beside being one of the iconic desserts of summer, a cobbler has quite a few qualities that keep it on the top of our summer must-cook lists. Cobblers can showcase whatever juicy fruit is currently in season; they have a beautiful, rustic appearance; and they’re much, much easier to make than pie. Perhaps the only drawback of a cobbler is having to turn on the oven — but not anymore! Your trusty slow cooker can produce a tasty fruit cobbler, leaving you and your kitchen as cool as a cucumber. This peach and blueberry version is flecked throughout with fragrant vanilla bean seeds.
When summer corn comes into season, it’s hard to think of a time when simply eating it off the cob would cause you any fatigue. But if you’re looking for a new way to get your fill of corn this summer, it’s time to look to the slow cooker for help because it is one of the easiest ways to get this sweet and creamy corn pudding on your table without having to worry about turning on the stove.
I simply adore strawberry rhubarb pie. I used this recipe, but used store bought pie crusts. I modified the recipe to make it a little healther. I used fully half the sugar (1/2 cup) and added 1 chopped mango. I then split the recipe between two pie crusts, leaving each one un-topped, effectively reducing half the dough per pie. Each pie is fairly small, not overfilled, encouraging each slice to be less without feeling like it.
I try not to post many sweets on here.. as I am trying to avoid sugar. However, once in a while I come across a recipe that seems too good to pass up. And hey, making my own dessert once in a while surely has to be better than eating the processed candy and junk food, right?
Lime Yogurt Cake with Blackberry Sauce Adapted generously from Clotilde’s yogurt cake a handful of yogurt cake recipes This is another one of those recipes where I’ve changed, uh, just about everything. What it shares in common with the original is yogurt and the basic proportions. To this I’ve added lime zest and juice and…
Bread Pudding with Blueberry-Lemon Sauce