Recipe for Blueberry Biscuits - Does your breakfast usually consist of eggs and bacon or cold cereal and milk? Are you tired of eating the same ole food every single day? Why don’t you try your hand at making these delicious blueberry biscuits?
Like what you see? Sign up for my monthly newsletter by clicking here! This last weekend for Easter I decided I really wanted some sort of fruit dish for breakfast. So I used one of the bases for my Oreo trifle recipe (*HERE and HERE) and made a new and easy Banana Cheesecake Fruit Trifle …
Refreshing & Flavorful Drink: Make your own vitamin water. Add fruits instead of sugar for a natural sweetener for your water. Cut the fruit into paper-thin slices or small chunks. Add fresh spices or citrus as pictured or add your own favorites. Combine ingredients with water. Refrigerate 4-6 hours. Serve over ice. Yummy. ♥
Today, I'm sharing my January Seasonal Produce List! For the past year or so, I have been doing recipe development by looking at seasonal produce charts and meandering around the farmers' market and local grocery stores for inspiration. Growing seasons echo what our bodies crave - the butternut chili you want to make is a seasonal choice, whereas a slice of watermelon feels out of place until summer - and I love embracing that throughout the year. Every month this year, I plan to share a…
Pineapple Jam... EASY Tropically Exotic - Small Batch Canning This really is VERY VERY EASY to make. The canning process is simple, Pineapple and limes provide plenty of acid to keep the finished jam from spoiling for months. It is also the basic recipe you can use to make almost any fruit jam you could think of... Strawberry, Grape, Blue, Black or whatever Berry works just as well as the Pineapple. And it is deliciously sweet, and a little Tropically exotic!
This Watermelon Jelly Recipe is very simple and requires very little canning knowledge. (this is only my second time every canning anything.) This may not be a toast kin of jelly, But the uses for this jelly are endless. Salad dressing, on top of pancakes or waffles, Ice cream topping, Cake filling, mixed with yogurt, or on scones, biscuits or sweet rolls. and the list goes on.
Too often we turn to high sugar content soda and juice drinks to help hydrate us and quench our thirst, especially during these summer months. Thanks to some experts in the field of health and nutrition, Waterlogic has compiled a list of healthy hydration alternatives, our best fruit infused water recipes that will help quench that thirst while avoiding sugar during these sizzling summer months // dropbottle.co