I love watermelon, how about you? Not only is it the official fruit of summer but watermelon is loaded with citrulline, an amino acid that has been shown to lower blood pressure and also increase strength. Watermelon is also a good source of protein and carbs! Watermelon is so much more better than cake for desert and makes a great pick me up snack in the afternoon. Pack it in your lunch and even take it on a picnic.
I can’t stop snacking on these yummy frozen Banana Peanut Butter Chocolate Bites. I have seen many versions in Magazines including Outside Magazine, but the one we like the most here at the Beach Bungalow is the Peanut Butter and Chocolate. They are so easy to make and so worth it! Did I mention they are healthier than ice cream?!
You will need: Bananas, Melting Chocolate and Peanut Butter
When I was growing up potatoes were a staple in our house. My mother was so creative when it came to potato dishes and I have carried on the tradition. No doubt about it, I love potatoes, and potatoes are a staple in the pantry! One of my favorite potato dishes is Roasted Potato Wedges because they are so simple, and can be enjoyed as a side to a main meal, or as a snack. Leftover’s are great for the lunch box as well, and the wedges are just as delicious cold or warmed up in the microwave!
- Pre heat oven to 400
- Line cookie sheet with foil
- Cut each potato into 4 wedges
- Line potatoes up on the cookie sheet
- With a pastry brush spread olive oil over each wedge
- Optional sprinkle salt and pepper on each wedge
- Bake for about 20 minutes until golden brown
- Remove from oven and serve with your favorite dipping sauce or eat them plain.
I was born and raised in Hershey PA, Chocolate Town USA and I love chocolate! My mom would often make chocolate pudding pie for us kids when I was growing up, it was a special treat for us all! So I am going to spread some chocolate love by sharing my recipe for the Best-Ever Chocolate Pudding Pie! This pie has a filling that is dairy and egg free and made with Hershey’s cocoa. To make it extra special it is topped with walnuts! You can top the pie with anything you want such as peanuts, walnuts, banana’s and/or whipped cream!
For the crust you will need one prepared pie shell to line your pie dish with.
Bake Pie Shell in your pie dish at 350 for 15 – 20 minutes until golden
Remove from oven and set aside.
For the Pudding use my easy recipe found here: http://wp.me/p2mJQm-4X
Double up the ingredients.
Pour the cooked pudding into the pie shell and allow to cool for 1 hour
Top with nuts
Cover and transfer to the refrigerator for several hours to chill.