The beauty of this recipe is the naturally occurring acid that’s present in berries. This acid makes berries foolproof for beginners and makes it nearly impossible for you to make a mistake. You can download the Acid & Canning Chart for free below and it lists the pH values of all the things you might […]
Strawberry rhubarb pie is one of the first home grown pies you can make in the spring and early summer, but with the tartness of rhubarb it’ll need some added sugar. If you’re cutting back on refined sugars, try sweetening it with maple to add flavor as well as enough sweetness to balance out the […]
I love cheesecake! Unfortunately, when I make one up, I often want to eat the entire thing myself. The good news is I’ve found a solution to my problem. These yummy treats use only a small portion of cheesecake and definitely make eating it a lot healthier. Oh, those blue sprinkles? Just some holiday fun–totally […]
Let me preface this recipe by acknowledging the fact that this pie goes against most of what I believe in when it comes to food. It contains artificially flavored, boxed Jello, and artificial tasting Cool Whip. Despite these downfalls, to this day is one of my favorite desserts ever! Maybe it’s because it reminds me […]
A super simple summer cool down recipe with coconut milk, fresh strawberries, honey and a touch of vanilla. Great way to sneak in some healthy fats and antioxidants.