One of the earliest old-time garden favorite to be picked is tangy rhubarb. There are different varieties of rhubarb but I prefer the Crimson Red or Canada Red plants. In this recipe rhubarb is combined with strawberries into a creamy “tapioca style” THM S dessert. Chia seeds and strawberry jello thicken this dessert.Continue reading
Strawberries herald the spring/summer season as roadsides stands and markets display boxes of crimson fruit. They are the easiest fruit to grow in backyard gardens and produce very well. This dessert is refreshing on warm, summer days and best of all it is a Fuel Pull. Using frozen berries thickens the dessert almost immediately after blending in soften gelatin. I am enjoying more FP desserts to balance out those meals when I just need a bit more protein and something sweet.Continue reading
Do you want a refreshing Lemon Cheesecake Mousse for those special occasions? Best of of it is low carb and sugar free. Lemons have always be a favorite of mine and this dessert was made with tree-ripened lemons. You can’t get it any better than that!! I have chosen to use fat-free Greek yogurt, and reduced fat cream cheese to lighten the calorie load. if you prefer you can use full fat Greek Yogurt and cream cheese.Continue reading
Pears are sometimes overlooked when it comes to the fruit aisle. For an
orchard hobbyist they are one of the easiest fruits to grow. Bosc, Bartlett, and Sickle are few of my favorite and I have canned many jars of sugar-free pears from our orchard. This dessert combines lime and pears for a tasty refreshing THM E dessert.