Take the deliciousness of fresh berries and chocolate chip cookies and throw them together with some ice cream and you're all set.
We had a raspberry patch growing up that stretched down the fenceline in our backyard. My siblings and I would spend a good amount of our summers wedged between the barbed wire cattle fence …
Tasty and fun, these Peachy Blueberry Hand Pies are easy to make and so tasty made with fresh fruit. The recipe comes together in 30 minutes, and is the perfect treat for after school, lunchboxes, or summer afternoon snacks!
Sunny days can get so hot so treat yourself and your loved ones by making these simple and delicious dessert trifles.
So it’s back to school time again and that means it’s time for some lunch! Whether back-to-school time represents making lunches for yourself or your kids, it’s never a bad thing to get some great ideas. Maybe you’re needing something to take to work or you do meal preps. I’m not really in any of these categories and I still love fun lunches. So while I’m not in school anymore (thank goodness) my youngest sister is going back to school soon. It’s had me thinking about I always seem to miss this opportunity every year to share these kinds of ideas. And that’s what today’s post is. It’s definitely more about the inspiration than a rigid recipe but I have included the links to some of the recipes I’ve used here. Sushi Box: for the sushi I’ve used this recipe and added a little soy sauce. On the side are some carrots, zucchini slices, strawberries, green grapes, and sliced mango. For a small treat I added a peanut butter cup from this recipe. Berries + Granola: for this one I’ve used some homemade muesli (but you can use any cereal or granola you’d like) and the chia pudding from this recipe. Along with that I added some blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and sunshine raspberries. Then I added a little bit of homemade trailmix made from buckinis, cacao nibs, and pepitas. AB+Banana+Strawberry Sandwich: So the sandwich is simply some thinly sliced strawberries and bananas spread with a little bit of almond butter. You can use any nut or seed butter you prefer. On the side I added some kiwis, apples, snap peas, and red bell peppers with some guacamole to dip in. I added some energy bites from this recipe. Now I know kids can be pretty particular so if you’re making these for a young one, definitely feel free to make swaps. I hope you’re getting as excited as I am about the coming season and I hope you got something from these ideas. 🙂
We all know that some slow-release energy in the morning can be the best way to keep those snack cravings at bay until lunch. However, it sometimes feels impossible to fit breakfast in amidst all the chaos of a morning routine! This overnight oats recipe is perfect for this - keep it in the fridge and serve up quickly, or even serve it out into a jam jar, grab a spoon and take your breakfast to go! Prepare these overnight oats the night before - or even make enough for several days, to make sure you have grab-and-go breakfast recipes all week long. I’ve listed two flavour ideas here, but know that you can switch it up to suit your tastes, with grated apple, cinnamon and raisins, banana and peanut butter, fresh summer berries and coconut yoghurt…the list goes on.
These gluten free Raspberry Crumb Bars feature layers of fruity flavor over a buttery cookie crust topped with a brown sugar crumble. Believe it or not, these delicious and fruity bars are also completely dairy free, egg free, and nut free!Gluten free, vegan; Free of: dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy (depending on the dairy free butter you use)
These gorgeous Golden Oreo raspberry cookie pops make take a little time to make but they are so worth it! Kids love them and they make a great sweet treat or party food.
Beautifully sweet and perfect for a treat, these white chocolate raspberry blondies are great for a tea time snack, an after school snack or dessert. Or just enjoy one mid-morning with a cup of coffee!
This recipe is from authentic Sarawat Brahmin Cuisine from Goa . very healthy and specially prepared during holy occasions when onions and garlic is not allowed. Other then holy ocassions, khatkhate can be prepared any day when you want to eat complete veg dinner or lunch. Khatkhate is prepared using Toor Dal or Split Yellow Pigeon Peas and any seasonal vegetables (not leavy ones) cooked with coconut gravy. But the main key ingredient in this recipe is Triphala or Tephal, which is a small fruit having particular aroma which enhances the flavor of this beautiful khatkhate. I have used tamarind in this recipe, but if you find kokum , then it is the best to use instead of tamarind.
These Raspberry Coconut Truffles are a sure way to win your significant other’s heart this year. I guarantee, they’ll be so impressed that you made these yourself, (don’t tell, but they’re super easy!), and will be so in heaven with the sweet-tart blend of flavors, there’s no way you can go wrong.
You simply can’t beat a flapjack for energy giving deliciousness but sometimes you want more than just sweet syrupy oats. I’m very fond of coconut flapjacks, but the girls aren’t …
These raspberry cream chocolate truffles are definitely worth trying!! A crispy dark chocolate shell filled with whipped coconut cream and a raspberry chia jam. They are free from refined sugars, dairy, and gluten!
This dreamy, creamy lemon pudding pie is deliciously sweet with a yummy punch of tartness and has a completely utterly delicious buttery, lemon cookie crust with a layer of fruity raspberry jam on top. Then, the pie is topped with with plush, ripe red raspberries with fluffy whipped cream and a layering of lemon cookie crumbles. This is beyond heaven.
This classic Chocolate and Raspberry Cream Pie features a vanilla cookie crust that holds silky dark chocolate custard. Refreshing raspberry whipped cream tops the pie for a smooth and decadent dessert!
The tart and sweet flavor combination in these Raspberry and Lemon Cookie Sandwiches is great for Spring! Soft and buttery cookies are flavored with raspberry powder, then sandwiched together with a butter-free buttercream. Lemon zest brightens the icing for the perfect cookie bite.
Fruity, sweet and slightly tart, raspberry ribbons are one of our favorite holiday cookies!
Raspberry, chocolate and coconut collide together in this delicious scone.
These might just be the easiest ice cream sandwiches you'll ever make, and you'd never know they're gluten free and vegan! Double chocolate coconut cookies get sandwiched around coconut (or any flavored) ice cream for one of the best desserts EVER. The gluten free cookies are a cinch to make using just one bowl. The cookies are very soft out of the oven but will firm up once cool.
I always like to have a batch of flapjacks in the freezer. They’re such a great snack and a perfect addition for a packed lunch. Just grab one straight from the freezer in the morning, wrap …