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Berry Delicious GranolaThe flavors and textures of homemade granola are superior to any store-bought brand. This recipe is virtually bursting with flavor from oats, nuts, flax seed, dried fruit, and a kiss of honey and sweet spices. It gets a colorful cheer from the dried blueberries. Your recipient can eat it as a snack, or for topping yogurt or ice cream.
Classic Snack MixMost military stations overseas do not have many of the snacks we do in America. To create a classic snack mix for your soldier, let your slow cooker do the work! This mix has all the favorite ingredients, like toasted oat, rice and corn cerals, pretzels, and peanuts. Let it slowly simmer in a zesty mixture of butter, sugar, and spices, and put it in resealable bags.
Old-Fashioned Snowball CookiesSoldiers overseas often miss the tastes of home. These Christmas favorites are a welcomed treat any time of year. The sweet rolled cookie balls are infused with buttery goodness and a hint of real maple syrup. After they are baked and cooled, roll them in powdered sugar. A bit of homemade love is in each morsel.
Honey-Cinnamon Nut MixNut mixes are delicious, easy to make, and supply a lot of protein. This recipe features crunchy walnuts and pecans, covered with a mouthwatering glaze of honey and cinnamon. Roast them in the oven for about 15 minutes, and you have a sweet-salty mix that will be the talk of your soldier’s military base!
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Nearly 50 years before Hawaii became a state, natives chose June 11th as King Kamehameha I Day. It is still a revered state holiday, including festivals, parades, and traditional Hawaiian feasts. No matter where you live, you can serve your family this menu filled with the vibrant scents and flavors of Hawaiian cuisine. Serve it with the traditional bowl of steamed rice.