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I am totally guilty of snooping in other peoples carts at the grocery store. I want to know what other people are getting. What if I'm missing out on something! Saturday (after my super muddy FUN mud run and 5 showers later) we went to the grocery store and the lady in line ahead of us had a bag of baked apple chips in her cart. YUMMMers. I thought these would probably not be that complicated to make myself...I also figured they would taste better warm and fresh out of the oven.
I love frozen fruit, and I adore yogurt. Put the two together, and you get this yummy snack! Don't these look so good (idea found here )? You can make them by dipping strawberries (halved or whole) in vanilla yogurt (Greek might be best, because it's thicker), then putting on a sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper and freezing.
Have all of you apartment dwellers been waiting for a new Grilling Month recipe that can be made indoors, on a grill pan ? You have? Well, here you go.
I was inspired by a post over at Supper in Stereo to try these Apples Jellies, a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks The Art of Simple Food . Like all of Alice Water’s recipes this one is simple, allows you to utilize local, seasonal ingredients and is delicious. It is a real treat to watch a few pounds of apples slowly turn into squares of candy.