Is summer’s heat leaving you parched & hungry? Try these chilly Summertime Treats! Here are some of my best summer treat recipes for you to share with your family. Make memories while you enjoy yummy homemade desserts!
Who says a panini must use meats and veggies? This unique dessert breaks all the panini rules. Imagine tender apples and sweet spices piled high on crusted-raisin bread. The honey-whipped mascarpone is the stellar ingredient. It sends the flavor profile over the top! Serve with some vanilla bean ice cream for a classic touch.
Making homemade popsicles is so much tastier than buying them at the store. Using real cherries and yogurt, you can create a popsicle that will delight your entire family. The best part is that Cherry Yogurt Popsicles are not only delicious, but they are also good for you.
If you are a fan of chocolate & peanut butter, then you will love my tempting chocolate peanut butter pie! The no-bake crust is made from crushed chocolate sandwich cookies with a decedent, creamy peanut butter filling. Drizzle it with a quick chocolate ganash and chill it in the refrigerator. This may become one of your family's favorite desserts!
This Root Beer Floats recipe is simple enough that the kids can help you make it. Place scoops of your favorite vanilla ice cream in large frosted mugs and pour in a quality root beer, even better if homemade. Top your treats with a mound of whipped cream and an elegant maraschino cherry.
In this simple homemade coconut sorbet recipe, we feature a sweet combination of coconut milk, fresh coconut, and sugar. This sorbet is a perfect way to end a spicy Thai meal with a simple sweet treat.
Reminisce about childhood summers with this easy dark chocolate ice cream sandwich recipe! Fill a square baking pan with a softened layer of your favorite ice cream and let it freeze. Prepare the chocolate shortbread in the oven. Place layers of ice cream between cut pieces of shortbread and enjoy!
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My food philosophy is simple; food should be a feast of all five senses. Meals should be based on simple, tasty and smart recipes that are easy to follow. Instead of serving processed junk, I prefer to use fresh & seasonal ingredients. I gravitate towards all cuisines that are BIG on flavor. By cooking at home, we can all eat healthier and save money.