When I think of a summer time, I think flip flops, t-shirts, and the beach! And when I think about summertime desserts, I think easy to make and some bright, summertime flavors. Easy to make desserts are nice year-round, of course, but in the summer I don’t want to leave the oven on for hours when I want the flat to stay cool.
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Desserts or Vegetables ?? This could go in either category. When I first saw this recipe, I was both intrigued and hopeful and I just knew I had to try it. These easy drop cookies are made with fresh shredded zucchini, lemon juice and crisp buttery base. This savory-sweet melding of flavors creates the most original- tasting cookie you’ve had all year, at first bite these cookies taste like modern-day English tea cake, and every few bites zucchini makes its presence known with a pleasant, vegetal undertone. Continue reading Iced Lemon Zucchini Cookies →
Indulge a little – and try this simple apricot & yogurt marriage. Its the perfect combination that will keep you and the family’s taste buds wanting more. Made with fresh apricot and yogurt, these golden baked muffins are wonderfully moist and tasty. Dense just enough to hold up the fruit in the batter, but are still very moist and tender. The bread part of the muffin has a light yogurt flavor, but the real flavor comes from the all that fruit, because these Muffins are Loaded with Apricots!
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The best cake in the world! Not saying that just because this Cherry Bars recipe was passed on to me from my mother, who was inspired by her own mother’s amazing traditional cookery.
No, No…. It is delicious and very good for you too, and also very easy to make. Even if it doesn’t look super pretty and very promising, it is very moist and light, not too sweet, not too fruity. Just perfect, not only as a Sunday treat.
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