Ice cream treats are one of the best parts of summer. Not that I restrict ice cream to warmer months or anything, after all we live in Montana where we often have what seems like 8 months of winter. So we’re ice cream fanatics year round in this house, however icy treats in the summer are pretty much mandatory!
This Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon with Mixed Herb Chimichurri is a showstopper and so easy to make! Grilling on a cedar plank is the perfect way to make anything look incredible, and the flavor is so good with everything I’ve tried.
I’m informally starting a muffin series here on the blog based on the seasons. It all start with that very request over on Facebook, and from there I started off with these Grain free Glazed Lemon Blueberry Muffins. Today we’re moving further into the summer season with ripe juicy peaches.
We’ve made these lettuce wraps so many times this summer, I’ve lost track now! This particular combination of ingredients is just one that keeps us coming back for more. They’re based off the ever popular Italian sub sandwiches, but made into a lettuce wrap.
We’ve been having way too much fun making kombucha mocktails lately! It just seems like there’s an endless amount of flavor combinations to be made.
It’s so easy for me to get into a rut when making salads. I find myself often relying on cheese as a primary flavor booster. But since I’m trying to keep my dairy intake down to a respectable level, (you know… somewhere below putting cheese on absolutely everything) I’ve been working on branching out this summer.
So… there’s always a first time for everything because today is the first time I’ve ever put 2 recipes on the blog in one day! But here’s the thing, I made these s’mores brownies last week, and they were so good I just knew I had to get them out in time for the 4th of July. However I forgot … Read More
What is it about summer that almost demands you make a pasta salad? Maybe it’s just me, but I love getting creative with pasta salads during the warmer months. And today’s recipe is pretty much the essence of summer, packed with summer veggies and pesto.
When I did a poll over on Insta Stories to see whether I should make a honey mustard or a ranch trail mix, honey mustard ended up winning. But it won by just the narrowest of margins. So I felt like I really needed to make a ranch version as well.