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Cool Pool Toys for Foodies

Ice Cream Sandwich and Pretzel Pool Float

When summer rolls around, we tend to spend more time outdoors. Some of that time is spent around a pool, where you can take a quick dip to cool off on even the hottest days. Every pool needs at least a couple inflatable floating devices for those who like being in the water without having to work too hard and these pool toys are sure ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Frozen Strawberry Souffles

Perfect Summer Dessert: Frozen Strawberry Souffles

You strawberry-lovers out there may have already tried my Fresh Strawberry Souffles, a summertime recipe that transforms perfectly ripe berries into an airy souffle. It’s a traditional souffle recipe, meaning that it is baked in the oven and should be served piping hot, as soon as it is done baking. The dessert is light enough for even the hottest day, however I recommend giving my ... Read More »

3D Sea Creature Cookie Molds

3D Sea Creature Cookie Molds

The biggest complaint that people have about cookie pans and cookie stamps is that they don’t get the level of detail that they want in the finished cookies. Cookie pans often simply help you get a general outline of a cookie shape and the details are subtle. Cookie stamps let you deliver detail to your cookie dough more clearly, but the shape of the cookies ... Read More »

Strawberry Banana Bread

Strawberry Banana Bread

Bananas seem to ripen extra-fast during the summer. I use them to make smoothies, popsicles and I even simply pop them into the freezer for later use in baking. As long as it is cool enough outside to justify heating my kitchen up with the oven, I also bake lots of banana bread. This Strawberry Banana Bread is a summery variation on classic banana bread, ... Read More »

5 Must-Make Memorial Day Desserts

Grilled Peach Sundaes

Memorial Day is often considered to be the start of the summer grilling season. It comes right near the end of the school year and it is the time when the whether really starts to warm up all over the country. A backyard barbecue is a must to kick off the season (even if you grill the rest of the year) and a good excuse ... Read More »

Summer Peach Shrub

Peach Shrub

A shrub is a fruit and vinegar syrup that was originally made as a way to preserve fruit for the winter. Usually, sugar is added to the mixture to make sure the balance of the flavor stays on the sweet side. Shrubs have been enjoying a comeback with the rise of the craft cocktail scene, as people look back to “classic” recipes from decades ago ... Read More »

A Spicy, Summer Grilling Menu for Labor Day

Border Grill Glaze Ribs with Pineapple Salsa

There is no rule that says you have to put your barbecue away after Labor Day, but is often considered to be the last day of the summer grilling season as they days start to get shorter, the weather starts to get (a little) cooler and kids go back to school. I don’t put my grill away at Labor Day, so mine doesn’t make its ... Read More »

6 Cool Treats to Beat a Heat Wave

Heat Wave

When it is hot outside, nothing tastes better than something cold to help cool you down. These sweet, refreshing treats are fun to make even when it is hot out and they are all best served cold! Popsicles of all kinds are kids’ favorites in hot weather. You can skip the ice cream truck by making Homemade Fudgsicles. These chocolaty pops are easy to make ... Read More »

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