Apples & homemade caramel dip – YES PLEASE! This fruit tray is a unique way to plate your apples & dip at your next party. Pick your favorite variety of apple & slice it up!
What makes a taco dinner even better? MORE TACOS! Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and we have the ultimate dessert taco recipe to share with you.
Simple, quick, and delicious! Overnight oats are a great way to start your day.
Learn a quick 10 minute meal. How to microwave spaghetti squash in 5 easy steps! A helpful infographic with step by step directions. A delicious, healthy and super easy meal!
Grapes are one of the most fun and easiest fruits to eat as-is, but why not get creative with them?! Grapes are quite a versatile fruit. They can be tossed into garden salads, chicken salad, fruit salad, on top of pizzas, or turned into wine, jelly and jams. One unique way of using grapes is to create a fruit bouquet!
This week’s Produce Mom Pick is Peach! There’s nothing quite like a juicy peach on a warm spring day. The peach tree is native to Northwest China. Peaches are a great source of vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, potassium & niacin. One medium sized peach is approximately 60 calories and 13 grams of sugar. Since… Read more »
Crock pot corn on the cob is incredibly easy to make! All you need are a few ingredients and some aluminum foil.
This week’s Produce Mom Pick is Cherry Tomatoes! Cherry tomatoes are cute, flavorful, and are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in a garden! They are the perfect size to snack on, but also work quite well in salads and other recipes, such as this breakfast tacos recipe! The moment you bite into one,… Read more »
Need an easy & delicious recipe to encourage your kids to help in the kitchen? Celery Pops adopted from Tanimura & Antle are a GREAT choice!
It doesn’t get much tastier than a big scoop of ice cream in an ice cream cone. But what if we found a way to avoid the guilt of eating an ice cream cone?! Ice cream cone, meet pear. Pear, meet ice cream cone. Who would have ever thought that putting a pear into an ice… Read more »