Sandra's Kitchen

Orange Mango Creamsicle

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Orange Mango Creamsicle

Here's a healthy alternative to the classic ice cream pop- Orange Creamsicle. These ice pops are made with coconut milk instead of dairy milk and sweetened with Agave nectar.   My younger son Sam made this batch with me.  It's a fun and easy recipe to make with your kids... ask them to come up with ideas for other orange fruits to use in place of orange and mango.   Get a free download of this recipe here.

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Nasturtium & Nectarine Salad

Nasturtium & Nectarine Salad

Out for a walk this morning I saw a bunch of cute little bunnies hopping about. Then.... I get home and find those bunnies have been having a feast on my nasturtiums! Suddenly they’re Not so cute anymore :(Luckily there are some flowers left and I managed to make a breakfast salad- yum!Get a free digital download of this recipe here. Try this out for breakfast then let me know what you think in the comments below. Cheers! -Sandra   Below are the flowers in my garden- this year I've got a range of colors from deep orange to pale yellow....

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Happy 4th!

Happy 4th!

Happy Summer! Here’s an idea for a summer cookout platter- add shots of #gazpacho and ricotta/roasted tomato dip to a grilled shrimp meal. Fresh veggies and bread slices finish the platter off for an easy and delicious family meal. .Find our lobster tray in the shop..Spend more time cooking with family :)

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Summer cold beet soup

Summer cold beet soup

Cooking cold Summer beet soup with my son.

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Roasted Strawberries

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Roasted Strawberries

The other day Walter (my older son) and I went strawberry picking in the rain.  We've been going to Russell Orchard for berry picking (and apple picking in the Fall) since before Walter could walk.  He's grown up on fruit and apple cider donuts from this farm.  If you live anywhere near Boston, Russell Orchard is a great weekend destination.   It's been a rainy start to the berry season here in Massachusetts so we didn't get many berries.  Most were still green.  But we did manage to fill one small basket.   Back home we roasted the berries with a little maple syrup then topped...

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