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Stone fruit season is upon us and that means that you should be incorporating peaches, plums and other wonderful fruits into some of your summer desserts. Courtney’s Kitchen baked up an easy Peach Blueberry Crisp that showcases both of these wonderful fruits. The crisp is very easy to make, with a base primarily made of fruit and only lightly sweetened (because in-season fruits are so ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Though I ate many peanut butter & jelly sandwiches while I was in school, I’m still a fan of this classic combination. With schools now heading back into session (in most areas), consider trying a different format for this classic lunchtime favorite, such as Food Fanatic‘s Peanut Butter And Jelly Muffins.┬áThe peanut butter-y muffins have a homemade raspberry jam filling and are topped with a ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

The combination of lemonade and ice tea is known as an Arnold Palmer, and a homemade pitcher of this mix makes a very refreshing drink on a hot summer day. Even more refreshing are Glue and Glitter‘s Spiked Arnold Palmer Pops are made from scratch and have a splash of vodka in them to give them an adult edge. Since the base is made from ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

I don’t think that you can have too many s’mores in your life, so add That Skinny Chick Can Bake‘s S’mores Cookie Cake to your list of possibilities. The cake has a chocolate chip cookie base that is improved by adding graham cracker crumbs to capture the flavor of the original s’more. It is topped with a milk chocolate ganache filling and plenty of mini ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

When it comes to making fruit cobblers, you can use one type of fruit in your filling to get good results, but can mix and match multiple fruits to create more memorable desserts. In Aho’s Homemade Food‘s Peach & Apple Crumble, two of the most popular crumble fruits combine for a dessert that everyone is sure to enjoy. The filling uses fresh tart apples and ... Read More »

Truly Madly Pizza

Truly Madly Pizza

A good pizza, with a perfect crust that is crisp on the outside and tender in the center, is a hard thing to resist. In my area pizza is going through a bit of a popularity surge at the moment, with places that let you choose your own toppings and fire up a personal pizza in seconds in an ultra-hot oven. While this is unquestionably ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

The next time you find yourself with a basket of fresh blackberries, the Blackberry Chocolate Chunk Muffins from Floating Kitchen are a great way to use them. The fluffy muffins have lots of fresh berries in each one and include a hint of orange zest that makes the sweet berries pop. Dark chocolate adds some richness to the muffins and contrasts well with their fruitiness. ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

If you haven’t had a Boston Cream Pie, you’re missing out on a wonderful dessert that combines sponge cake, vanilla custard and chocolate glaze. If you want to get your pie in a smaller package, however, consider trying The Spiffy Cookie‘s Boston Cream Pie Speculoos Cookie Cups, which offer a single-serving spin on the classic dessert. The cookie cup “crust” is made with brown sugar ... Read More »

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