It’s nearing the end of our blueberry season. We’re always excited to see the berries ripen early in July but sad to see them go. Even eating bushels of them every summer we never grow tired of them. This year while we had an excellent crop on our six bushes.
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Finally! A grab-and-go breakfast with real ingredients like whole grain rolled oats, wildflower honey, and sweet cream butter that fills me up! Honey Bunches of Oats Breakfast Biscuits are crammed with fantastic flavor plus 4 grams of fiber and 30 grams of whole grain in just 230 calories.
Cornmeal is one of those baking products I don’t use very often. Oh sure, I’ve made cornmeal muffins and used it when baking bread to keep it from sticking. Maybe it’s because I grew up on corn meal mush, a hot cereal we ate for breakfast far too often, it’s not been an ingredient that I use often. Perhaps the smell and taste of the mush has been ingrained on my brain and that’s kept me from exploring this versatile kitchen pantry staple more.
The challenge. To put only three ingredients on a Triscuit cracker. Is that even possible? It might be easier to share what doesn’t go on a Triscuit. Like, um…marshmallow fluff? Hmm….I bet there’s somebody, somewhere, that does that.
Every step I take to living a healthy lifestyle is a winning moment. But with the temperatures rising, I’ll admit that when the sweet song of the Ice Cream truck fills the air I can’t help it, I regress to my childhood and I want ice cream