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Strawberry, Pear and Lime Ice Pops
These bright and inviting ice pops will grab any kid’s attention (adults love them, too!). They’re a cool and tasty way to get the goodness of vitamin C, potassium and fiber. More »
Red Berry Ice Pops
Raspberries and red currants share the limelight in these red and fruity, satisfyingly tart ice pops. The perfect summertime treat! More »
Easy-to-Make Fruit Bottom Yogurt
For people with a protein allergy or those who are lactose intolerant, yogurt may be accepted by the body because it is easier to digest than milk, says author of The Yogurt Bible, Pat Crocker. •         Food thermometer •     ... More »
Roasted Summer Fruit
This recipe works for virtually any fruit and can be served with breakfast, lunch or dinner. Although roasting fruit does demand a wee bit of work, the return is worth it. The caramelization of natural sugars created by roasting is tough to duplicate. Try it once and we promise you’ll do it over... More »
Roasted Summer Fruit Smoothie (kid-fav)
What a refreshing, healthy treat for your children and you — enjoy one today! More »
Pomegranate Berry Ice Pops
Pomegranate juice makes a wonderful base for strong-flavored berries such as wild blueberries or raspberries. The result is an intensely fruity, pleasantly tart and undoubtedly healthy ice pop. You can use frozen berries year-round for convenience. More »
Banana Ice Pops
Use ripe, sweet bananas for these ice pops, which can be made in the blink of an eye. The touch of molasses adds a lot to these treats — use whatever type you have on hand. They make a wonderful summer treat! More »
Orange (Carrot) Less-Drip Ice Pops
Unless your kids are carrot lovers, just call these orange ice pops — they’ll never know the difference. The pops are bright orange, sweet and a good healthy treat, says author of 200 Best Ice Pop Recipes, Andrew Chase. More »
Dulce de Leche Ice Cream
Dulce de leche, a traditional Latin American topping, has found a place on many desserts, such as this ice cream. It’s not just fun to eat but also fun to make because it’s so easy — all you have to do is stir the sweetened condensed milk. You won’t believe that the caramel is made from that one... More »
Thai Tuna Salad
"One evening I was eating a classic Thai beef salad for dinner and thought, Wow, this would be great with seafood. And it is, with only minimal changes." ~Susan Sampson, author of 200 Best Canned Fish & Seafood Recipes. More »
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