Showing posts with label snack. Show all posts
Showing posts with label snack. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Fruit Cones / #ColorMyWorld

 Sometimes simple is best, and these Fruit Cones are both simple and refreshing! Filled with both fresh blueberries and cherries, they make the perfect way to end a meal, or a light treat for the end of the day!


Fruit Cones  
(recipe at end of page)
10 ounces Milk Chocolate
Fresh Blueberries
Fresh Cherries
6 Sugar Cones

Melt chocolate in double boiler. 
While chocolate is melting, wash, pull out the stems, and pit the cherries.
Wash blueberries.
Dip top edge of cones in chocolate. Add some chocolate inside, dripping down for fun!
Refrigerate. Have fruit ready to put the cones in.
Once chocolate has set up on cones, fill cones with a mix of the fruit!
My friends and I at #PBColorMyWorld are cooking with red and blue ingredients today! I hope you enjoy the recipes! Click the link below for more.







Fruit Cones

INGREDIENTS:


  • 10 ounces Milk Chocolate
  • Fresh Blueberries
  • Fresh Cherries
  • 6 Sugar Cones

INSTRUCTIONS:


  1. Melt chocolate in double boiler.
  2. While chocolate is melting, wash, pull out the stems, and pit the cherries.
  3. Wash blueberries.
  4. Dip top edge of cones in chocolate. Add some chocolate inside, dripping down for fun!
  5. Refrigerate. Have fruit ready to put the cones in.
  6. Once chocolate has set up on cones, fill cones with a mix of the fruit!
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Friday, July 7, 2017

Snack Time Fruit on a Stick /#15 Minute Friday

Sometimes it only takes a few extra minutes to make something look special, and in return make it enticing and irresistible! That was my goal today for this #15 Minute Friday post. How to make simple grapes and bananas look special enough that children will pick the fruit over a cookie or candy. I think this Snack Time Fruit on a Stick just might work!
Snack Time Fruit on a Stick
(printable recipe at end of post)

Red Grapes
Green Grapes
Bananas
Palm Tree Drink Stirrers
Strawberry Yogurt
1 Dollop of Whipped Cream 

This is all you need for each skewer. Decide what design you want to use to thread on the fruit. make them all the same, or change it around. I cut the bananas a bit wide. If they are too thin, they will fall off the skewer. 
I think the skewers add a fun element to this very simple snack.
Mix the whipped cream and the yogurt. The fruit tastes great dipped in this.
That's all there is to it. The stirrers can be found at the dollar store. They come 10 to a package.
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Snack Time Fruit on a Stick

INGREDIENTS:


  • Red Grapes
  • Green Grapes
  • Bananas
  • Palm Tree Drink Stirrers
  • Strawberry Yogurt
  • 1 Dollop of Whipped Cream

INSTRUCTIONS:


  1. This is all you need for each skewer. Decide what design you want to use to thread on the fruit. make them all the same, or change it around. I cut the bananas a bit wide. If they are too thin, they will fall off the skewer.
  2. Mix the whipped cream and the yogurt. The fruit tastes great dipped in this. That's it! Enjoy!
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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Southwest Chipotle Pulled Pork Naan Bread Pizza / #SundaySupper / #Nourish2Flourish

Southwest Chipotle Pulled Pork Naan Bread Pizza is one long recipe title, but it is one of the quickest, freshest meals you will ever put together! What's the secret?  You start with the Southwest Chipotle Nourish Bowl, which comes stuffed full of healthy, fresh veggies like cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, and sweet potatoes. It also includes a Chipotle Corn Salsa and shredded Cheddar Cheese! Add some pizza sauce to the corn salsa, spread it on a piece of Naan bread, add the fresh veggies from the Nourish Bowl, top it with pulled pork, add cheese and dinner is ready! Three pizzas from one Nourish Bowl! Wow!
I think it is pretty much a given that life today is hectic and to find something to eat that is tasty, quick and healthy is a struggle. You will find that the Nourish Bowls are each a healthy meal in themselves with no need to add anything if you don't want. They are deliciously, wonderfully, perfect for any meal of the day, whether it is breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.  It would be great to take a Nourish Bowl for lunch at work, knowing that it will be ready to enjoy in 3-4 minutes, giving you extra time for you! Visit Mann's Nourish Bowls website to see the large variety of bowls that are available. You will want to try all of them!

Southwest Chipotle Pulled Pork Naan Bread Pizza
(printable recipe at end of post)
(Makes 3 pizzas)

1/4 - 1/2 pound Shredded Pork
Southwest Chipotle Nourish Bowl
3-4 pieces Naan Bread
4 tablespoons Pizza Sauce 
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Sprinkle a pork loin with garlic powder and cook it in the oven at 350 degrees until it reaches 140 degrees. Take it out of the oven and let it sit until it reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees. When it is done, shred some pork for your pizzas. You will only need about 1/4 to 1/2 pound of the loin for the pizzas.
Open Nourish Bowl. Remove packet of Chipotle Corn Salsa and Cheddar Cheese. Add 4 tbl. of water to bowl. Microwave 3-4 min

While the veggies are cooking, pour the salsa packet and the pizza sauce in to a bowl and mix together. 

Divide the salsa/pizza mix between the three naan bread. Spread mix onto the bread, as close to edge as you can. Add additional sauce directly to the bread, if needed.
Remove the veggies from the microwave and add them to the top of the sauce on each pizza.  
Add the pulled pork on top of each pizza.
Sprinkle mozzarella and some of the cheddar on to each pizza.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
 Remove from oven, slice and enjoy!
I am so glad you stopped by today! 
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    Southwest Chipotle Pulled Pork Naan Bread Pizza

    INGREDIENTS:

    • 1/4 - 1/2 pound Shredded Pork
    • Southwest Chipotle Nourish Bowl
    • 3-4 pieces Naan Bread
    • 4 tablespoons Pizza Sauce
    • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    1. Sprinkle a pork loin with garlic powder and cook it in the oven at 350 degrees until it reaches 140 degrees. Take it out of the oven and let it sit until it reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees. You will only need about 1/4 to 1/2 pound of the loin for the pizzas.
    2. Open the Nourish Bowl and pull out the packet of Chipotle Corn Salsa and the packet of Shredded Cheddar Cheese. Set aside. Add 4 tablespoons of water to the bowl. Place in microwave and heat for 3-4 minutes.
    3. While the veggies are cooking, pour the salsa packet and the pizza sauce in to a bowl and mix together.
    4. Divide the salsa/pizza sauce mix up between the three naan breads. Spread the mix onto the breads, coming as close to the edges as you can. If you would like more sauce, add additional pizza sauce directly to the naan bread.
    5. Remove the veggies from the microwave and add them to the top of the sauce on each pizza.
    6. Add the pulled pork on top of each pizza.
    7. Sprinkle mozzarella and some of the cheddar on to each pizza.
    8. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
    9. Remove from oven, slice and enjoy!
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Mini Cranberry Orange Bundt Muffins

These little Mini Cranberry Orange Bundt Muffins are a great way to start your day. Of course, they are just as tasty as a dessert also.  I used the Orange flavored Cranberries from Trader Joes to make these cuties. The orange mixed with the cranberry flavor gives these muffins a great taste with a little less tartness. I dressed up three of the muffins for dessert by adding an orange juice drizzle, fresh whipped cream and some orange zest. I left the others for breakfast and snacks!
breakfast, dessert, or snack
Cranberry Orange Bundt Muffins

Monday, October 12, 2015

Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Oat Topping

Fall is here! Fall is here!
There is definitely that fall chill in the air this morning. The sun is shining, the leaves are waving goodbye as they gracefully dance to the ground, and the sweet aroma of Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Oat Topping is in the air!  It's a beautiful day!
 Pumpkin Muffins with a Streusel Oat Topping

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Tapioca Pudding and Chocolate Sugar Cookie Cups/#SummerofPudding

The #SummerofPudding is in full swing, and today I am sharing my all time favorite pudding, Tapioca! I have loved tapioca since I was a kid; so a long time! I made some Chocolate Sugar Cookie Cups to showcase just how creamy, rich and good tasting this tapioca pudding from KozyShack is! This is a simple sugar cookie recipe that is easier to do than cutouts!These are perfect for all your summertime celebrations, or just when you want a little something special! Just a reminder~ National Tapioca Pudding Day is coming up this Wednesday, July 15. So join the celebration and savor the creamy goodness of  KozyShack Tapioca Pudding! You are truly going to love these!
 Tapioca Pudding and Chocolate Sugar Cookie Cups

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread

Every couple months I try to send a little care package to my former neighbor in Utah. He loves getting small loaves of bread that he can eat a little bit at a time, so I included this Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread! He is the best neighbor we have ever had, and the sweetest man I have ever met, and my family misses him dearly. He is making plans to visit us here in North Carolina, and we are eagerly anticipating his visit. In the meantime I want to make sure he has his full allotment of treats, and I think this Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread will satisfy that craving!

Chocolate Cherry Banana Bread

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Chocolate Covered Banana Bites

Are bananas and chocolate the perfect combo? Do you feel that frozen bananas are the best way to cool off on a hot summer afternoon? Do you think that sprinkles make everything taste better? Then you are going to love these Chocolate Covered Banana Bites! Today I stopped by to visit Mindie at Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo, and I brought these Chocolate Covered Banana Bites with me!

Monday, March 24, 2014

Linzer Buttercream Spring Cookies

I am really ready for spring! So, in the hopes of nudging things along, hoping that it might arrive earlier, rather than later, I made some Linzer Buttercream Cookies in spring colors! I used the daisy cutout for the center because that was the only cutout that was "spring like". Then wouldn't you know that I was at HomeGoods yesterday, and I saw a Linzer cutout set made just for spring! Oh well! I hope these cookies make you smile!
 Linzer Buttercream Cookies for spring
Linzer Buttercream Spring Cookies

Thursday, February 20, 2014

French Toast Egg Rolls


Today I am participating in the Improv Cooking Challenge, and this month our two essential ingredients are bread and butter. Oh, my goodness! I really went round and round with this one. I had several ideas, but nothing really clicked and said "that's the one"! Until 2 days ago! Yeah, I love last minute stuff. Not at all!! So I came up with these french toast egg rolls. They are good! I wish I was still catering, because these would be perfect. The egg rolls kept the french toast interior hot and moist, so they are perfect for large gatherings, and they would be great for Sunday morning family brunch! I made these a rather basic french toast, but I think you could make them really shine by using pecans or a dried fruit in the egg mix or maybe a chocolate sauce over the top. You might be able to fit a few pieces of scrambled egg in there also!
French Toast Egg Rolls

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Hearts and Kisses Valentine Popcorn!


Here is a quick, cute Valentine popcorn that everyone will love! 
It is quick to make, uses minimal ingredients, and it is pretty much loved by all.
And, it looks pretty!
Hearts and Kisses Popcorn
 2 bags Popped Popcorn
1 cup White Candy Melts
Valentine Conversation Hearts
Mini Hershey Kisses
1 cup Pink Candy Melts


Pop your popcorn. Let it cool. That happens pretty fast anyway!
Melt the white candy melts in the microwave or a double boiler.
Pour the melted white candy melts over the popcorn
and mix well so they are all coated.
Spread the covered popcorn out over a baking sheet.
Place conversation hearts in the popcorn, trying to get it to
hold to the popcorn with the wet candy melt.
Do the same thing with the mini kisses, placing them
where you want them. Let dry.
Melt the pink candy melts in the microwave or double boiler.
Place the melted pink melts in a squeeze bottle, 
and squeeze all over the popcorn, hearts, and kisses.
Go in one direction. . . . . .
and then in the other. This looks pretty, but it is also to 
secure the candies to the popcorn. You really can't 
use too much pink!
Once the popcorn is dry, gently break it into pieces .
Serve in cups or plastic bags tied with ribbons!

Thanks for dropping by The Freshman Cook today!