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Cardamom Mango Ice Cream

What’s better than fruity ice cream in the summer? Peach ice cream is a guaranteed family favorite, but if you’re looking for something a little different, try cardamom mango ice cream. It’s refreshing and with six ingredients, including fresh mango and cardamom powder, it’s easy to make too. And that’s…

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popsicles, summer, fruity popsicles

Tasty, Fruity Popsicles!

What’s more refreshing than eating a fruity popsicle on a summer day? They pack a nutritious punch, and they’re a fun way for the whole family to cool down. If you’re interested in making your own popsicles for your family, buy some fun molds and try one of these three…

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6 Fun Morning Popsicles

Think you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Think again! With a few ingredients (including yogurt, cereal, and fruit) you can create summer popsicles for breakfast or a morning snack. Listed below are six homemade popsicle recipes that will help you stay cool on summer mornings. 6 Homemade Summer Popsicles for…

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4 Summer Icebox Cakes The Kids Will Love

Everyone loves a homemade dessert, but the summer heat makes things difficult. Baking cookies or a cake can heat up the home that’s why no-bake desserts are so popular during this season. An icebox cake, or refrigerator cake, is a no-bake cake that is usually made from fruit and cream.…

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russet, potatoes, french fries

Russet & Purple French Fries With Sea Salt

Did you know a 5oz russet potato contains almost 50% of the daily value for vitamin C and has more potassium than broccoli and bananas? The skin of the purple potatoes, compared to russet potatoes, contains 4 times as much antioxidants due to Anthocyanin, the purple pigment! Its high potassium…

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salmon, heart healthy

Baked Salmon Marinade

This is a simple delicious recipe that is heart healthy. Salmon contains unsaturated fatty acids, which, when substituted for saturated fatty acids such as those in meat, may lower your cholesterol. Omega-3 fatty acids are a type of unsaturated fatty acid that may reduce inflammation throughout the body. Inflammation in the…

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