The end of summer brings seemingly endless amounts of fresh chard. This quick and easy will help preserve your bounty - the longer it marinates, the better it tastes!
The sun milk makes the cream of mushroom so rich and flavorful! You can use this gem to thicken soups and make casseroles, but it's so good on it's own that you'll want to eat it right away.
Gluten-free, oil-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free muffins that taste better than the real thing!
If you love farmers market cucumbers as much as I do, then you'll want to eat them all year long. Thankfully you can with this super simple pickle recipe!
This vegan, oil-free ranch dressing is packed full of flavor and easy to make with local produce!
Tips and tricks:
Dry Ranch Seasoning
If you want that ranch flavor on everything, dry the ingredients into a seasoning powder to use when cooking or topping anything!
Say good bye to refined sugar and empty calories....no more unsustainable or exotic natural sweeteners....we've got plums in Colorado!
It's peach season! This sweet stone fruit only stays ripe for a few days once it's been picked, but thankfully there are so many great ways to preserve that peachy goodness to enjoy year round. If you find yourself in possession of pounds of peaches and you're tried of the same old jam and cobblers, try some of these fun ways to preserve your palisades:
1. Peach Nice Cream
You don't need bananas to achieve that perfect nice cream consistency!
Optional: Add other frozen fruits to change the flavor, top with seeds, nuts, and more fruit!
2. Fruit Roll-ups
All natural, local, vegan, raw treats for everyone!
Optional: The peaches are so sweet and ripe that this recipe needs no added sweeteners, but if you must: maple syrup works well!
3. Peach Chips
Peach chips are the perfect to-go snack! Add them to trail mix, energy bars, or dip them in salsa...seriously!!
4. Pixie Stix
Blend up peach chips to make your own (healthy!!) pixie stix...it's really that easy!