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Blueberry desserts are always a welcome treat during the summer, whether you’re making blueberry pies or blueberry cobbler. Cookie Monster Cooking brightened up a classic blueberry cobbler with some tropical flavors, making a Blueberry Lime Coconut Cobbler. The filling has a hint of lime in it, from both juice and zest, and the buttery biscuit topping has just a hint of coconut. The tropical flavors ... Read More »

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These Rhubarb Coconut Popsicles from In Sock Monkey Slippers are popsicles that have it all: sweet, tart, creamy and crunchy flavors and textures. They have tart rhubarb that is infused with Grand Marnier, swirled into a creamy coconut popsicle base that is lightly sweetened with honey. And the crunch? That comes from the fact that the popsicles are frozen, of course! Although if you’re anything ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Like carrot cake, zucchini cake and zucchini bread are both excellent when paired with cream cheese or cream cheese frosting. That tangy sweetness seems to be the perfect compliment for any loaf that has veggies packed into it. Cookie Madness baked a Zucchini Bread with Cream Cheese Filling, which just might be the perfect way to enjoy this flavor combination. You’ll get some of that ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

The 4th of July is a holiday that is celebrated in many ways, but bold red, white and blue colors are typically featured to give everything from food to decorations a patriotic flair. These colorful desserts will get your 4th of July celebrations off right – and they’ll be just as memorable as that fireworks display! Henry Happened scraped up some Red, White and Blue ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

I’ve been on a popsicle-making kick lately and Very Culinary‘s Strawberry Jam Yogurt Popsicles are a great place to kick start your own popsicle season. The pops are very easy to make and have just four ingredients: Greek yogurt, strawberry jam, honey and fresh strawberries. The jam gives a great color to the pops and really amps up the strawberry flavor, since the berry flavor ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Strawberry season is in full swing, and there are many ways that you can use up those gorgeous berries when they are at their peak. These recipes are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to strawberry sweets, but they’re a great place to get your own strawberry baking started. Although strawberries can be eaten any time of day, many of us focus ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

What do you make when you can’t decide between chocolate cookies and vanilla cookies? How about a batch of Half and Half Chocolate Chip Cookies from Sugar & Spice. These cookies have a kind of ying-yang effect, where two opposite colors of cookie dough meet without bleeding into one another. One side is a bittersweet chocolate cookie that will easily satisfy your inner chocoholic, while ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

As the days start to warm up, frozen desserts start to sound extra-tempting. This collection of ice cream and popsicle recipes really got my mouth watering, and might inspire you to pick up a new set of popsicle molds (and a copy of my How to Make Frozen Yogurt cookbook!) for the season. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved the orange and vanilla ... Read More »

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