Happy fall ya’ll! As much as we enjoy the long days of summer, we are pretty excited for the cooler days and cozy nights that fall brings. To celebrate the change of season, we’ve created three new smoothie recipes that taste just like fall. Seriously, these are autumn in a glass. Enjoy!
Tailgating parties and campfire gatherings with friends are just around the corner! Earlier today on Indy Style, I showed how versatile plums can be when it comes to tailgating and camping.
Playful after-school snack ideas that look impressive but are easy to assemble. No cooking required! Each snack incorporates nutritious produce and is kid-approved. We call that a parenting win!
Fruit leather is a delicious, portable snack! It fits easily in a purse, diaper bag, or lunch box. Because it’s mess free, It’s a great travel snack. This sweet chewy treat is a great alternative to candy and we just can’t get enough of it!
Grapes are a super convenient, nutritious, and affordable food. But don’t just eat them straight off the vine. Here are some breakfast, lunch, and snack recipes that feature seedless black, green, and red grapes!
It’s Sunday night and it’s too late to run to the grocery store but you still need to get dinner on the table. Don’t settle for fast food or pizza delivery because chances are you have everything you need to make a delicious meal!
A hearty & nourishing soup that is weeknight-friendly and guaranteed to fill you up. You know those comfort food recipes that just feel like home? This is one of those …
Nothing beats fresh coconut! Coconut water is so refreshing and the meat is delicate and sweet—perfect for cooking and baking. Many people shy away from fresh coconuts, however, because they …
Recipes don’t get any easier than this one for Simple Shrimp and Veggies Sheet Pan! You can make it while helping your oldest with her homework and your youngest is …
What exactly is a stone fruit? It’s a fruit with a large, hard pit or “stone” inside of it. Apricots, cherries, nectarines, and peaches are all stone fruits. Let’s take a closer look at the anatomy of a stone fruit.