Sweet strawberries and peaches blended and frozen into delicious Popsicles, perfect summer treats with no added sugar.
I am super excited to share this popsicle recipe with you and with my friends at Fiesta Friday! Filled with my favorite fruits, strawberries and peaches, they’re delicious, healthy, and easy to make (but unfortunately not quick due to freezing time.) What more can I ask for in a summer treat? I can eat these all day and not feel guilty. Although… they might not freeze fast enough for me to devour them all day.
Warm and slightly sweetened baked strawberries and apples topped with a crispy brown sugar crumble. Delicious and easy to make, this recipe is perfect for fruity dessert cravings.
Strawberries and apples in the same dessert? I’m sold. =)
Creamy vanilla pudding with a hint of green tea topped with sliced strawberries and mint. Easy to make with just a few ingredients, this vanilla green tea pudding may appear simple but tastes delicious.
I love the taste of green tea. There’s something about the flavor that’s settle but very appealing. If you’re a fan of green tea (like me), this will be the perfect dessert for you. With just a hint of green tea and a lot of vanilla, this pudding is really bursting with flavor. Topped with strawberries and mint, it looks simple yet elegant, a great dessert for when you’re entertaining guests.
Delicious manicotti pasta stuffed with rich creamy maple flavored butternut squash and topped with a warm garlicky tomato sauce. Slightly sweet, a little bit garlicky, and very cheesy, this is a recipe you’ll want to make over and over again.
I have a major obsession with noodles, pasta included. I can probably eat noodles for every meal and not be tired of it. So of course, when I have a new recipe for a pasta dish, I can’t wait to share it with you guys!
Blueberries frozen in Greek yogurt with the slightest hint of honey, this mini snack is both guilt-free and delicious. Very easy to make, this frozen snack is perfect for staving off midday cravings.
I’ve mentioned in a few previous posts that I’m not a fan of Greek yogurt, though I must acknowledge that they are good for you because it’s packed with protein and calcium. But now I’ve learned how to make Greek yogurt more likeable! At least, for me. Why don’t I like them? It’s too thick and tart. So my remedy for that? It’s the first part of this recipe. Mixing in milk and honey, Greek yogurt tastes soo much better. To me, at least.
That’s if I just wanted to eat Greek yogurt. But now that I’ve discovered I can make Frozen Greek Yogurt Blueberry Cups, I’m so sure I’ll be eating Greek yogurt a lot more.
Mini sweet peppers stuffed with corn, cheese, and tomato sauce. Each bite is cheesy and slightly sweet, perfect as a snack between meals or as a side to any dish.
These mini sweet peppers are so delicious; it’s hard to resist after just one. Stuffed to the brim with corn and cheese, each bite is so satisfying. These peppers taste just a little bit like pizza. Or at least, that’s what my sisters told me when they tried it. With just 5 ingredients, this recipe is so easy to make and definitely worth the wait. It can easily be doubled and tripled too for more guests.
Mushrooms stuffed with sweet creamy butternut squash and topped with Italian bread crumbs for an extra crunch, perfect with a salad or as a side.
I love mushrooms, as you can probably tell from all my previous recipes. It works well with so many things that oftentimes I just add them in a recipe without thinking. This time, I decided that I wanted to try stuffing mushrooms with butternut squash. Why? I had a butternut squash sitting around for awhile, and I wanted to try something different. It turned out really well. Butternut squash is healthy and filling. It’s filled with Vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, which are all important for our health. What’s even better is that butternut squash is low in fat.