You can plant this with anything – strawberries, herbs, salsa garden, gorgeous seasonal flowering plants, even a full vegetable garden if your space is limited.
Ingredients: 1 can of coconut cream (higher the fat content the better) ¼ cup of honey (or white sugar) 1 tsp of Mexican GF Vanilla Extract Fruit of your choice, I use blueberries and strawberries or cherries and blueberries Tools: Metal bowl (chilled) or whip n prep bowl hand mixer or stand mixer can opener […]
New Year’s is a time to reflect on successes of the previous year, and plan your goals for the coming year. And as it’s often an evening for celebrating with friends and family. A couple weeks ago I shared a couple drink options in my previous Sierra Mist post, that you could easily adopt for […]
Mmm….strawberries. What more can I say? Why not take advantage of this delicious and healthy fruit and make some delectable dishes that both nourish and treat your families! With the 10 lbs of strawberries I have in my fridge right now, I’m excited to make some of these fabulous recipes! Just click on each link […]
Spring means strawberries as the first, sweet fruit begins to ripen in late April or early May for many areas of the country, and then some types continue producing for weeks after that. The beauty of strawberries is that, for a small-space gardener, they are a fruit that can be grown in limited spaces, whether […]
Who doesn’t love the sweet taste of strawberries in the summer? Picked fresh, juice running down your hand as you bite in. Brings back some wonderful childhood memories for me of sitting in my grandmother’s strawberry patch and eating them when I should be filling my bucket for her. Strawberries are fairly easy to grow […]
There is nothing like fresh, succulent berries to jazz up a smoothie or dessert during the summer months. But what do you do when you long for that flavor come January? The produce aisles have an abundance of berries during the summer months, why not take advantage of the fresh fruit at a great price and freeze them to use for later? Freezing berries is extremely simple and leaves you with a supply of summer’s goodness to get you through a long winter.