Zucchini Pie/Quiche THM S, Gluten Free, and Sugar-free

Zucchini is one of the most prolific vegetables you can grow in your garden. Once they are picked they can be use in almost any vegetable side dish and even transformed into cakes, cookies and bars. I try and pick zucchini small…no larger than 10-12 inches but occasionally some get over looked.

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Strawberry Roundup!

Strawberries are the first fruits to arrive at roadside stands and in home gardens. These luscious juicy fruits can be used in desserts, salads, smoothies and much more. I just spent some time in Lancaster County, a place well known for produce farms. Just look at these luscious strawberries I picked in a pick-ur-own patch. These berries are huge as you can see by the one I am holding in my hand.

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Hot Milk Shortcake THM S, Keto, Sugar-free, Low-carb

Bright red juicy strawberries herald the arrival of spring. They are one of the most versatile berries and the most widely cultivated. They are featured in many dishes and are one of the easiest fruits to grow. My garden has always had a large strawberry patch much to my children’s dismay. They hated the weeding but when they berries were ready the patch became much more likeable. June-bearing are my favorite kind to plant. Homegrown strawberries have the most flavor simply because the sugar converts to starch soon after they being picked.

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