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bexmaddy:

For the first time, I made Peach Salsa!    So, for dinner last night, I added it to a grain and bean salad.    I was really good - nom nom nom.

The Spectrum of Apple Flavors

redefiningfood:

With love, from the family: A breakfast of Raspberry and Mango with Yogurt, Banana with Whole Grain Day and Night Bread, and Rambutan and Mangosteen

redefiningfood:

Eternal watermelons for an eternal summerWatermelon Popsicles with Mango and Kiwi (Vegan)

Whenever watermelon is brought into the house, my mind begins buzzing with things to do with it because it is just such a versatile fruit. Watermelon is the perfect fruit for making popsicles, because it’s so watery but naturally sweet and just tastes amazing frozen. The best part is that with watermelon, you don’t need yogurt, or honey or even ice to make the perfect popsicles.

  1. De-seed the Watermelon and puree it in a blender until it forms a liquidy red mixture
  2. Layer the bottom (or what will be the top) of your popsicle containers with diced Mango
  3. Place a coin of cut Kiwi on top of this diced Mango in each popsicle container, and then pour the watermelon puree in
  4. Freeze overnight and you should be good to go with these popsicles for breakfast, afternoon snacks or after-dinner fruit!