July is the perfect season for backyard BBQs, pool parties and everything else fun in the sun. We have put together a list full of perfect snacking and fresh fruits and veggies that will be ripe all month long.
Cherries are the superfood of summer. They contain vitamin c and a ton of fiber with no fat or cholesterol. Use them in your favorite cherry pie recipe or snack on them all by themselves.
Blueberries are low in calories and high in nutrients to keep you feeling great all summer long! For delicious blueberry pancakes, follow this recipe.
Did you know that watermelons come in 1200 different varieties??? These sweet summertime fruits are a perfect snack for any occasion!
Corn is grown on every continent but one, Antarctica. It is an excellent source of vitamin C, magnesium, and vitamin B. Put corn right on the grill or add them into your favorite salsa.
Broccoli might have originated in Italy, but today most of the broccoli we eat here in the US are grown in California. This great vegetable is full of vitamins and nutrients that make your meals healthy and delicious!
1.Measure the length of your toilet paper tubes and cut a strip of scrapbook or cardstock paper to wrap around it. Use adhesive to secure.
2. Cut a piece of tissue paper that will fit inside the toilet paper tube–the circumference. Line the bottom inside edge of the tube with adhesive. Press the tissue paper on adhesive all around the inside circumference. This will the be the tail of your popper.
3. Gather the tissue paper together once adhered to tube and tie with ribbon or string. Cut off excess tissue paper. You only need a few inches of tissue paper below where the ribbon/string is tied.
4. Cut a large half circle out of scrapbook/cardstock paper and roll into a cone. Trim to desired length.
5. Fill tubes with candy and confetti. Line the top edge of toilet paper tube with adhesive and secure cone top onto the tube.
6. When you are ready to celebrate hold the toilet paper tube and pull the tied tissue paper section and POP to get your sweet surprise!
Cherry yourself up with this no-bake cherry cream pie. This pie is very simple, but packs a punch with the best backyard BBQ flavors around.
1 Food Club® graham cracker pie crust
1 can Food Club® sweetened condensed milk
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 cup Food Club® whipped topping
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. almond extract
Large can of cherry pie filling
Mix sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and whipped topping in a large bowl until smooth. Add vanilla and almond extract. Pour mixture into pie crust and smooth. Top with cherry pie filling. Chill for 2-4 hours and serve cold. Enjoy!
These fruit sparklers are sure to be the star of your 4th of July festivities. They’re easy to make, and even easier to enjoy!
1 whole watermelon
16 oz fresh blueberries
Slice watermelon into 1 inch thick, vertical slices. Then use a small star shaped cookie cutter to make your shapes. This is possible to achieve from making a star out of a knife, which we wish you luck on this endeavor!
Add about 10 blueberries onto your skewers, and leave a bit of room at the bottom for room to hold.
Add your watermelon star to the top of the skewer and your fruit sparklers are ready to go. Cover and refrigerate for a later snack. Enjoy!
You’ll be wanting s’more of these tin-foil s’mores! Perfecly toast your marshmallows and melt your chocolate with this easy over-the-coals cooking method.
8 Graham cracker sheets
4 Chocolate bars
Lay a 12inch x 18 inch sheet of foil on a flat surface. Place 4 graham crackers in a line and top with chocolate bars, marshmallows and top with remaining graham crackers. Cover with another 12inch x 18inch piece of foil and crimp the edges to seal.
Place on hot coals near flames for 4-5 minutes on each side. Enjoy!
Elevate dad’s favorite meal of the day by adding breakfast classics in-between two halves of a fresh doughnut.
1 glazed doughnut
3 slices bacon
1 large egg
1 slice of cheddar
In a medium skillet, cook bacon until crisp. Remove from pan. Crack a large egg into the skillet with the remaining bacon grease and cook to dad’s liking (scrambled, over easy, or sunny side up). Melt cheese slice over egg as it is nearly done. Slice a fresh doughnut in half and layer egg with cheese and bacon.
Father’s Day is this Sunday so it is time to decide how you are going to celebrate the men in your life. We all know that the way to any man’s heart is through his stomach. So why not get a gift that will have his heart and his stomach smiling? We have put together a list of 15 ways you and your kids can show love this Father’s Day with food.
Soda: You’re the best POP!
Nuts: We are NUTS about you Dad!
Fresh Baked Muffins: We would be MUFFIN without you Dad!