This scrumptious watermelon ice dessert is light and refreshing, much like a sophisticated snow cone. Get Alison Needham's easy, delicious recipe here.
These scrumptious raw energy bars are quick and easy to make, and amazingly healthy and filling snacks. Try Catherine Newman's creative recipe today.
Yummy fruit grilled and served on a stick with a delicious dip is a sure-fire way to get extra nutrition into a kid's or adult's meal, fun and flavorfully. Get Anne Coleman's delectable recipe here.
The 4th of July is just around the corner and I can't wait to get started on all manner of tri-colored treats. One 4th Party we held that I particularly liked was one where each food was theme-related. We had it later in the evening, desserts only, and then we gathered for the fireworks.
Everyone had a terrific time. The women asked how each dish was made, the men ate like animals (as usual) and the kids kept going on about how "cuuuute" everything was. The pièce de résistance however, wasn't food at all; it was the fireworks. We lived on the side of a mountain that overlooked the city and the spot where the fireworks were set off. We all sat back in comfy chairs and watched the display from the perfect vantage point.
This year will most likely be just us, but I still love to show-off a little for my family. This dessert is simple and pretty and everyone likes it. We serve it with a choice of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream and there's never any left.
One serving of this pizza provides a good chunk of vitamin A (60% of the RDA for a child), which helps boost the immune system.
Serve this cool, refreshing watermelon treat as a healthy alternative to ice cream.
The hard thing about making jam is the cooking and the jar-sterilizing. Forget that -- go raw instead.
This yummy, unique version of an Indian lassi tastes like a light milkshake, and is perfect for sipping on a hot afternoon, or served as a light dessert. Get Alison Needham's delicious recipe here.