Ingredients 1 fresh pineapple 3 bananas Directions 1. Peel the bananas and slice them into ¼-inch rounds. Put the bananas into a bowl. 2. Cut the peel from the pineapple, core it, and cut it lengthwise into wedges. Cut the wedges into ¾-inch pieces. Add the pineapple pieces to the bowl and stir to combine.
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Homemade Applesauce Applesauce is easy to make. By varying how long you cook the sauce, you can choose to make it chunky or smooth. Cooking unpeeled apples allows the applesauce to become a pretty shade of pink. For smooth applesauce, put the cooked sauce through a food mill or wire strainer. Enjoy homemade applesauce with potato […]
Prep Tip: Choose pumpkins that are firm, heavy for their size, and have dull skins (not shiny). Store uncut pumpkin in a dry, dark, cool place. They can keep up to three months. To crumble graham crackers easily and with less mess, hold the sleeve of crackers upright, open a hole in the seam at the […]
Prep Tip: If mixture starts to freeze up in the blender, just add a bit of water. If you like it thicker, add a few ice cubes. Garnish with fresh mint, frozen berries, or both! Change it Up: Experiment using different fruits, we like this recipe with peaches too. Pour into molds or paper cups for homemade […]
Nutritious, delicious & fun to make! Check out this super easy recipe for fruit & yogurt parfaits. Use any fruit you have on hand, granola for that perfect crunch and seeds or nuts for extra protein. Great for your next grab-n-go breakfast, a healthy snack or after-dinner treat. INGREDIENTS: 1 cup plain or vanilla yogurt […]
Bananas are a healthy source of potassium, fiber, magnesium, vitamin B6, and vitamin C. When selecting bananas, choose a bunch with a slight green stem and tips — they should also be firm and without bruises. Bananas are best stored at room temperature on your countertop away from direct sunlight. If you wish to speed […]