Ever have corn on the cob that is not sweet? Sometimes we have “field corn” that the children simply don’t care to eat so we use this recipe and there are never leftovers! This corn pudding recipe is sweet enough to call it dessert (feel free to cut back on the sugar!)
A frozen fruit snack or dessert is always welcomed around here due to the high temperatures. However I frequently buy our groceries 50 miles from home, thus limiting us from buying ice cream, sherbert or frozen yogurt. This Peach Frozen Yogurt Recipe treat is quick and easy. While there are many opportunities for a child to help with this peach smoothie recipe I choose to stay nearby and supervise the use of the food processor. Depending on the age of your child and the equipment you have, you may be able to simply prep the peaches and let your child make this!
We are always looking for quick and kid friendly dessert recipes at my house because my daughter loves to help in the kitchen. With blueberries in abundance at our market,we decided to take advantage and ramp up our favorite shortcake recipe. The Strawberry Cream Cheese adds a nice filling and helps create a delicious berry blend.Continue reading
Preparing a yummy dessert for kids is super quick and easy with the right recipe. This is also a great opportunity to get the kids into the kitchen to bond together while letting them learn some new recipes. My 8 year old son loves to make this blueberry peach cobbler recipe and he can do so independently!Continue reading
My family loves dessert but to keep our diet in check we eat desserts only on the weekends. I had stocked up on fruit at the beginning of the week and we hadn’t eaten it all so I wanted to use up what was left before it went bad. I had found several recipes but they all called for frozen or canned fruit. I prefer to use fresh fruit whenever possible because I feel the flavor and freshness are better. This recipe was so simple that my daughter assembled most of it by herself.Continue reading
We love fresh peaches in our home! Our favorite recipe is a traditional peach cobbler, that gets an extra kick from adding blueberries! The blueberries add enough tart to the sweetness of the peach to completely satisfy your palate. And leave you wanting more!
The more ripe your peaches are, the sweeter they will be for this recipe! I hope you enjoy!