This ultimate summer dessert is light, delicious, and bursting with fruit.
2 cups of sliced strawberries or other fruit of choice
1 pint or 2 cups heavy whipping cream
¼ cup confectioners’ sugar (more or less to taste)
½ cup blueberries, raspberries or fruit of choice for topping
To make whipped cream:
Pour the heavy cream into the cooled bowl. Using a hand mixer, whip the cream over medium/high speed until it begins to thickened.
Increase the speed to high and continue to whip until medium peaks form.
Turn off the mixer and add the confectioners’ sugar.
Whip again on low speed until the confectioners’ sugar is mostly combined. Increase the speed to high and whip until completely thickened and the mixture forms stiff peaks. Refrigerator until ready to use.
To assemble parfaits:
Place a small spoonful of whipped cream on the bottom of each ice cream cone then add a small spoonful of chopped strawberries, pushing the berries down into the whipped cream. Continue to layer strawberries and cream until you reach the top of the cone with a cream layer – (two or three layers).
Garnish with a raspberry and blueberries or fruit of choice.
S’mores are traditionally a part of the Jewish holiday Lag B’Omer. When you have a holiday that includes having a bonfire, you know s’mores have to be a part of it! But, personally, I could eat these all year long. Chocolate. Marshmallows. Graham crackers. Why not?
If you are looking for a more modern twist on an old favorite, here are some upgrades to your go-to campfire dessert , the s’more!
Food in Israel is unique and full of exciting flavors that have come together into a melting pot of centuries of influence from surrounding lands. Bringing the complexity of Jerusalem life to the dinner table, Sami Tamimi and Yotam Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem: A Cookbook is as much a social studies lesson as it is a culinary delight.
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Having cleansed your pantry of all hametz, you are left with few options to fill your carb quota during Pesach (Passover). The challenge is to find new and exciting ways to use matzo in your meals. So, here are some ideas to add variety to your Passover meals.
If it is from Martha Stewart, it must be good! A delicious way to start the day.
(via Martha Stewart)
Traditional potato latkes are delicious but more and more people are looking for healthier ways to make these wonderful fried patties. We’ve come up with a recipe that is heavier on protein and veggies and light on the carbs. And, as a bonus, they taste great! Enjoy!
Quinoa & Veggie Latkes Recipe
3 cup cooked quinoa (use 1 part quinoa to 1 part water)
1/2 cup grated onion (about 1/2 medium onion)
1 cup each finely grated zucchini and carrot
1/4 cup potato starch
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Chocolate seems to be on the list of foods that are “good for you” at the moment. It is said to lower blood pressure, reduce stress, and boost brain power, just to name a few. So, let’s take advantage of it! We’ve pulled together some super delicious and interesting ways to incorporate chocolate into your life!
Finding a snack that will provide you with energy and is easy to pack and carry isn’t always easy. Granola Bars fit the bill but can be pricey. This recipe for homemade granola bars will be satisfying and easy on the pocket book!
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Are you ready for something cool, delicious, and good for you?
This smoothie uses the mild tasting green, bok choy, which is known as a cancer-fighting cabbage because of its good source of beta carotene. In just one 9 calorie cup of bok choy, you receive 63% vitamin A, 52% vitamin C and 8% calcium of your daily recommended value.
2 cups bok choy, fresh
2 cups almond milk, unsweetened
1 cup strawberries*
2 cups peaches*
*Use at least one frozen fruit to make the smoothie cold.