It’s not Maw Maw’s dough from scratch, but this versatile recipe, more cake than cobbler, works with a single fruit or several seasonal fruits combined and tastes like her home cooking! (We even tried it with canned apple slices – delicious!) And since cinnamon and nutmeg are optional, you really only need have three ingredients on hand for a easy, fresh summer dessert.
Summer is for dining al fresco and eating fresh produce. Recipes with five or fewer raw ingredients, like this zesty salsa, take you out of the hot kitchen and allow more time for porch or patio parties. Enjoy!
Made mostly of almond milk and bananas, we almost called this a smoothie. But this rich, vegan variation on a milkshake from www.detoxinista.com tastes so decadent, we hate to limit it to a “health food” category. Works great as a meal replacement or a sweet treat, it will hit the spot, says nutritionist Megan Gilmore, “without the sluggish after-effects from a traditional ice cream shake.”
Re: invent your next barbecue with this tangy recipe that requires just two ingredients.
An easy to make quick bread with a luscious lemon flavor and blueberries that tastes like you’re eating a piece of summer cake. If you need a gift, this recipe makes quite a delicious statement. Holly Clegg, who shared this from her best-selling Too Hot in the Kitchen cookbook, considers this quick fix a personal favorite.
Nothing is fresher — and tastier — than a mix of five or fewer raw ingredients. Toss these seasonal favorites for a taste of summer.
You don’t hear the word “meatloaf” much in foodie circles these days, but with this savory version Jay Ducote reminds us why it was long a staple at Southern tables. Next time you have a family gathering or want to give your kids a taste of the good old days, try a slice of this comfort food on each plate.
Iced tea is such a staple here that Dolly Parton’s Steel Magnolias character called it the “house wine of the South.” If you love the staple, you’ll enjoy this seasonal twist with just five ingredients from Southern Living.
Getting 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day can be a challenge, for adults and kids alike. That’s why the dietitians at Pennington Biomedical Research Center have come up with these two recipes to help you – or the picky eater in your family – along.
Derby Day parties have become popular in recent years during the first weekend in May for those who want to celebrate the famous horse races — or just want to wear one of those fabulous hats — without traveling to Kentucky! In that spirit, we offer this simple 4-ingredient drink, courtesy of Garden & Gun, to toast “the most exciting two minutes in sports.”