Brighten up your week with these sweet-savory summer fruit salad recipes, all packed with summer’s finest—fresh berries, juicy melon and ripe peaches. A host of vibrant, refreshing combinations to see you through the entire season.
A warm, slightly sweet and earthy quinoa bowl is perfect for a special occasion like Mother’s Day or any day. Smooth coconut milk, sweet blueberries, cherry preserves and lemon give this recipe pops of flavor.
Halloween treats are not only sugary confections wrapped in bright cellophane. In need of candy alternatives? Try these creative ways to get spooky with sensible snacks. You’ll save yourself a candy-overload tummy ache and a painful trip to the dentist. Happy Hauntings!
This recipe is easy and comes together fairly quickly with minimal sweat effort. It even tastes better the next day when the fruit works its way into the crust for a softer, more buttery bite.
Brunch in style with a bold passion fruit and mint mimosa that is perfect for highlighting fresh spring herbs.
Sweeten up your bourbon with these fruity additions great for cocktails or straight drinking!
Prunes, plums, beets, and blueberries give this nutrition-packed purple smoothie its beautiful hue and great flavor. Get blending!
This imaginative green smoothie includes classic fruits such as banana, avocado, kiwi, and dates. Foraged herbs bring this recipe to life.
These summer sangria recipes feature seasonal fruits and berries soaked in a variety of wines, and they represent a wide range of complexity levels. What are you waiting for? Find your perfect match!
Whether berries or citrus, author Annie Riggs shows us how to cook with fruit in new sweet and savory ways.
Sour with a touch of sweet, this nectarine lemonade is sweetened with a touch of maple syrup to create a cool glass perfect for a summer afternoon.
Fresh lemonade is all that is lovely about summer. Learn to infuse this favorite with the best fruits and your nostalgic homespun joy will increase twofold.
Let this cool drink bursting with bright, fresh fruit wash over you and refresh at your next weekend brunch.
The right sangria recipe can turn the stickiest summer day into something sweet and satisfying in just a few simple steps, and only a few simple ingredients.
Served with a bold passion fruit and leek sauce, this grilled salmon recipe is loaded with bright flavors that will leave you feeling full, but not weighed down.
The days are longer, the nights are warmer, and there’s always an excuse to be outside. Yours is being on the grill. Think you’ve got some serious BBQ’ing skills? Here is the challenge! Whether your bronzed guests are laying out by the pool, hitting the waves, playing at the park, or you are hosting an al fresco soiree, keep them having fun in the sun all day long with these morning till sunset grilled meals!
Looking for a juicy, refreshing salad complete with protein? Look no further. Loaded with fruit, radicchio and tofu, this salad has it all.
Canned mandarins are pretty darn delicious, but these homemade citrus gems are even better. They’re fresh, juicy, and so flavorful. Here’s how they’re made.
While New Hampshire may not seem like wine country, Hermit Woods creates beautiful dry and sweet fruit or honey wines using local produce.
A mixture of sweet fruits and tangy limes make for a delicious variation on a standard margarita.
Switch up the fruit in your smoothies. Add vibrant pomegranate to bring new flavors to your tastebuds.
We’ve searched through hundreds of recipes and selected 10 sensible snacks. Whether you’re a chocolate lover, a savory nibbler, or the first person to devour a dessert, these snacks will satisfy your cravings.
A crumble is the perfect way to feature whatever fruit is in season, from apples to berries. Here is the perfect formula to have on hand, simply insert your fruit of choice.
A great nature-focused destination year round, check out our specific fall tips for New Hampshire complete with food and drink.
Tart and sweet, this ruby-colored treat is an easy-to-make, undeniable stunner.
Summer peaches are poached in their own juices with aromatic spice for sweet flavor and then served with the reduced juice-syrup and cool whipped cream or yogurt.
This is a perfect summer salad using ripe stone fruit in the market right now. It is so simple, you can’t mess it up, just be sure to use the best farmer’s market peaches.
A nutty cashew cream fills this beautiful dairy and gluten free tart topped with stunning fresh fruit. A delicious dessert for all of your guests.
Give your bowl of fruit a boost this summer with these recipes that not only look decadent, but they also offer fun twists with ingredients like ginger, chia seeds and even almond milk.
Grab some of summer’s fresh berries, a touch of sugar, and your favorite yogurt to easily create a festive cool dessert.
Step out of your grilling comfort zone and do a dessert fruit pizza with a chocolate-tomato sauce that will surprise and wow you.
Polenta cake is served with grilled fruit soaked in a raspberry vinegar and ice cream drizzled with balsamic glace and fresh basil to create sweet balance.
Grab fruit, herbs, or edible flowers and freeze them inside coconut water or milk and alongside coconut meat for a refreshing treat fit for a midday snack.
We’ve got you covered for Mother’s Day brunch ideas for all types of breakfast preferences!
Most people may be getting ready for Cinco de Mayo celebrations on May 4th, but they’re missing out on the real party: Star Wars Day! Set aside an entire day for Star Wars themed costumes, food, drinks and marathoning those classic films all day long. May the 4th Be With You!
Gummies made simply with three ingredients- fruit juice, gelatin, and honey, easily satisfy a sweet tooth. Try them with your favorite juice flavo
Delicate cupcakes that pack a real flavor punch. A passion fruit coulis inside and on top of the frosting make them vibrant enough to welcome spring.
Spring has sprung with fresh fruits and vegetables. From produce to traditional foods of the season, here are 26 ingredients to kick off your celebration.
Citrus is at its prime in the winter. For a burst of flavor, add a lemon zest to brighten up pancakes or fresh orange juice to marinate a mahi-mahi dinner.
Made simply with a few fruits, one vegetable, and a burst of delicious citrus, this smoothie provides a host of nutritional advantages while tasting great.
This no-recipe will work for almost all of the fruits you’d like to preserve and enjoy all year. Adjust the the number of jars you would like to create.
Mum’s always make the best treats. This yogurt cake with a biscuit crust, studded with fruit is no exception.
A beautiful display of fruit with simple vanilla cake and whipped cream. Soft, moist, fluffy, and fruity, celebrate the end of fruit season with a winner.
A stunning pizza is a delicious way to end summer. Sweet nectarines, prosciutto and goat cheese drizzled with chili honey and mint for a summer symphony.
Trendy naked cakes are beautiful and easy to make. The simple design lets fruit and flowers, as well as delicious flavor, become the focus of the dessert.
‘Tis the season for berry-centric desserts. Learn how to sweeten your berries into a juicy dessert topping.
With only three ingredients, it is so easy to create a soft-serve frozen yogurt. Experiment with different fruits to create a bright summertime dessert.
We can’t live forever, but we can eat more delicious produce everyday. A new study illustrated in this video encourages us to indulge in at least 7 fruits and vegetables to increase longevity and decrease our risk of disease.
Get ready for a change in season and produce with these ten spring recipes.
Dairy-Free fruit fritters with cinnamon sugar.
Jelly from fruit juice is the perfect winter canning project.
A basic apple pie is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser and if you can take the time to master the lattice top it’ll be a show-stopper as well.
You already know that granola is the perfect customizable grab-and-go breakfast, let this stovetop recipe cut down on the cook time.
Although the traditional recipe calls for filling these dumplings with whole plums, whatever fruit is in season will do.
A crisp, buttery shell holds a perfect mix of tart rhubarb with sweet mango that can be topped off with mint, whipped cream, ice cream or simply enjoyed on its own.
This a light dessert full of fruity flavors for when you want something refreshing at the end of the meal.
Because figs have relatively high water content, they release a lot of juice as they cook, resulting in a moist, delicate crumb.
Serve this recipe a la mode with your favorite ice cream for a delicious dessert.
The fruit in this trifle can be adjusted to fit your personal taste or whatever your have on hand.
You can use any fruit you have available for these pies, or even mix and match within the fillings.