â€œWhoever said salads are boring hasnâ€™t used @CrispCooking tools. They make it fun to add seasonal ingredients and keep your New Yearâ€™s resolution on track. #createwithcrispâ€? Hi Everyone,To continue with my healthy living and my “Me” week, I decided to make myself a healthy, feel good salad just for me. Â It is so perfect for lunch or dinner. Â It’s light, refreshing, full of flavor and a breeze to make. Â Let me share with you my Green Protein Salad. My salad is chock full of goodness!
Today I have for you my version of a Valentine’s Day smoothie. Â When I think Valentine’s, besides chocolate, I think of fresh red fruit like strawberries and raspberries. Â So today I took one of my favorite berries and made it into a super simple, tasty smoothie. Â This is my Raspberry Vanilla Smoothie. This smoothie is creamy, sweet and has the perfect blend of raspberries. Plus, oh how I love the color!! I don’t know what it is about pink, but it’s just so girly, romantic and just darn pretty!
This past weekend, I was yet again at the Farmers Market and I picked up a bunch of Kirby Cucumbers. Â I always wanted to try pickling cucumbers and what better time then when the cucumbers are in season. Â This recipe is super easy to make and you can canned them or refrigerate them, whatever your desire is. Â I made 5 refrigerator and canned 3 jars of them. Â Here is your weekend project; Homemade Dill Pickles. You can use Kirby Cucumbers or Persian Cucumbers to make these deliciousÂ treats.
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