Have you noticed a lack of frozen berries in the grocery aisle lastly? I don’t know about you, but here in Kansas, we have had little to choose from! Frozen berries for making a homemade smoothie, etc. must be a hot item! It’s been so muggy here, hopefully many are making good use of their blenders! I was able to purchase a VERY large 64 ounce of frozen strawberries last week. So making some new smoothie recipes was a must!
My 4 year-old daughter ran up to me today and said, “Mommy, you’re famous!” I replied, “Why am I famous?” “You found my critter bunny when you were cleaning the toy room!” I thought it was so cute that she thought I was famous! I am deep cleaning the toy room this week as 4 of our kiddos are at camp, because my 6 month old is beginning to roll, scoot, and make his way across the floor…..no more little tiny toys in the toy room!
It’s zucchini season! Around here where I live-Central Kansas-it’s a joke to say, “start locking your car doors, if you don’t want any unwanted zucchini!” I have a plentiful supply of zucchini and yellow summer squash pouring out of my garden at the moment. I’m picking it, the kids are picking it, and still we end up with big whoppers or sunburned long-yellow necks.
It has been very hot and muggy here in Kansas! I have drank more water in the last two weeks, than I have all year long….which is a bit behind my water intake, since I am 5 weeks postpartum! My mid-wife would love me drinking this much water while I continue to nurse my little buddy! Anyway, this Sugar-Free Lemon Berry Slush hit this spot as I was dreaming up something cold one afternoon!
Since starting my healthy fat/healthy carbs lifestyle 3 years ago, I have made many a flops in the dessert category? How bout you? A few that had way too little of sweetness, some that had too much bitter stevia…..well, this dessert is one that’s hard to screw up! I love the caramel recipe in these bars! In fact, I use it in my Sprouted Caramel Rolls! It is so good and has a great flavor. (Watch for recipe coming soon!)
Needing a break from cauliflower pizza crust or Fathead pizza dough? The crust on a pizza makes or break it! After trying many different crusts which were ok, I was craving something closer to the white flour crust we all grew up on. Naturally, I tried sprouted whole wheat flour to make a super-healthy alternative to the “unhealthy” white crust. I made a pizza for our weekly “Pizza Night” and I was greatly surprised and tickled! The sprouted crust was so good and tasty!
It’s rhubarb season here in Kansas, so I have some fresh rhubarb on hand. I had the thought, why not try a sprouted whole wheat flour rhubarb sugar-free dessert? Here is a sneak peak at the rhubarb I freshly picked from my garden.
If you are like me, you needed a sweet treat to munch, 20 minutes ago! I have a super-easy, budget-friendly treat that’s quick to whip up! These awesome sugar-free desserts remind me of a peanut butter cheesecake! YUM! I have made these so many times! My mom even surprises me with them, when she knows I am coming over! I love you mom!