If you have read my blog recently, you’re probably familiar with my yearly delivery of Wild Blueberries from Michigan. This time of year I do my best to plan ahead and make room in my freezer for and abundance of delicious blueberries. Once again it is stuffed full! I love blueberries!
Don’t you just love a simple creamy risotto? You’re going to love this light and tasty version I whipped up in my Instant Pot last week in a matter of minutes. Yep, no constant stirring.
“Did you know it is wild blueberry season again?” Well it is! “Do you remember my last delivery of wild blueberries?” My mom makes a mean Blueberry Pie so I am pretty sure you’ll want to read this post?
Sunday Brunch occasionally will include a muffin, scone, or sticky bun if we venture into Minneapolis to one of my favorite cafes. Both my husband and I love hanging out at different trendy restaurants on a Sunday morning enjoying some dark roast coffee, a pastry and usually something with a runny egg.
Does the title of this post sound familiar to you? I kind of hope so because that means you’re following me on my blog. However, in case you don’t remember, I made a delicious Peaches & Cream Smoothie last summer when Colorado Peaches were in season. I have such good news for you! It’s not quite Colorado peach season but you’re definitely in for a real TREAT!
I am nut-so for NuttZo! Have you tried this stuff? Seriously the most addicting Nut-Butter I have ever tasted. Consider up-grading your almond butter friends since this has to the best thing next to heaven… creamy, crunchy and incredibly delicious.
It’s no secret, I love my salads. I love kale, arugula, spinach, mixed greens…you name it. In fact, my brother-in-law recently said I was going to turn into a leave of kale since he witnessed me front and center during our re-model making my green smoothies sometimes twice daily during when I was without my kitchen. It’s a known fact, I love vegetables of every color and texture, and I love creating the perfect little combo bite with each one of them. I aim for 6 fistfuls of them a day.