Hello there little hoppy (aka ‘Bunny’). You are going to be a hit. I can just feel it.
Just wait until you dip through the layers of these SUPER-easy-to-make Blackberry Cheesecake Parfaits.
Around our house, a bunny is not called a bunny. It is not called a rabbit. It is not called a hare or the lesser known cony. Instead this furry, long-eared, bushy-tailed, burrowing animal is fondly known as a “Hoppy”.
I have been BURSTING at the seams to share this fabulous Easter Brunch with you!! It says “for Kids” and “Easter” in the title… but it really could work for any brunch throughout the year and would be great for kids and grown-ups alike!
If you are lacking inspiration for this year’s Easter or Spring brunch… LOOK NO FURTHER!
I feel I posted my Strawberry-Peach Smoothie recipe a bit prematurely.
It was still missing something. And I was definitely not happy with the final photos I got of the smoothie. They were taken at night. They were taken in poor lighting. They were taken while holding my 5 month old. He was having a fussy, tired, I-want-your-undivided-attention kind of attitude at the time. Not your optimal picture-taking conditions.
But I am VERY happy with the UPDATED RECIPE!!!!
Because it’s Valentine’s Day… I felt the urge to say hello.
And to say I love ya.
And, while I’m at it, I decided to share this smoothie recipe with you.
Honey I’m home!!
This recipe is so simple it almost seems funny to call it a recipe. You can really use whatever fruits you love in this recipe but I would try to go for a variety of colors and IN-season fruits… they will taste better AND they are usually cheaper! The color variety just makes it more pleasing to the eye… even my little two year old looks at a colorful fruit salad and says… PRETTY mama!
We definitely eat with our eyes first before we take a bite! In May I will make this with chunks of peaches and whole, fresh blackberries… YUM! I really LOVE the color combination and the flavor of these fruits when they come in season!! Almost like a dessert… Peaches and cream!
I chose pineapple, mango, green grapes, and strawberries for this fruit salad. I’ll be honest, the grapes were not all that great and I should have left them out but I wanted some green so I went for them… should have waited for them to be in season!