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Category Archives: Ice Cream & Cold Things
Beat the heat with a creamy, dairy free, Coconut Mango Ice Cream or Popsicles – no need to pull out the ice cream maker! It is HOT outside. We’ve had many days in a row now with temperatures over 30° … Continue reading
Beat the summer heat with frozen chocolate covered bananas on a stick, rolled in crunchy coatings. A great project to make with kids. Cooking with Meredith Be a kid a gain? Oh, yes. The living is easy when your only … Continue reading
A bowl of sweet and fruity Saskatoon Ice Cream will make you happy, whether you pick a pail of plump, ripe saskatoon berries or raid the pantry and freezer. How can you tell I’ve been on on ice cream kick … Continue reading
What’s summer without ice cream? This luscious Honey Vanilla Ice Cream is sure to make you scream for more – it’s velvety and vanilla-y, silky, smooth, and just sweet enough. And best of all – you can serve it to … Continue reading
Orange Crush was my favourite soda pop flavour when I was a kid. That heavy glass bottle, frosty-cold and dripping with condensation on a sweltering summer day. The sweet, citrusy nectar slipping down my parched throat, followed by the … Continue reading
Easy, 4-ingredient homemade cherry ice cream is just the thing to cool you down on a sweltering summer day. It’s fresh, cool, and intensely cherry-flavoured – the flavour of summer on a spoon. The lazy hot days of August are … Continue reading
Birthdays. Anniversaries. Graduations. New babies. Promotions. Engagements. Picnics. Barbecues. New boat. New car. New dog. New haircut. Friends over to visit. Fridays . . . Any reason to celebrate. All reasons to have ice-cream cake, your own homemade ice cream … Continue reading
Watermelon speaks to me of long hot summer days . . . a stillness in the air . . . the drone of a tractor in the far distance . . . sweet juice dribbling down my chin. Well, we’re … Continue reading