Roasted Beets Recipe

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Roasting beets highlights their sweet earthy flavor.  Making them can be a messy venture, but this recipe is less fuss and muss.  After roasting you will see the fibrous exterior slips off the beet like an over sized sweater.

This gorgeous vegetable is of course naturally gluten free.

Not fond of cooked beets?  This recipe lends itself to pickling and will give you a cold cooked beet if that is your preference.  Peeling and grating a fresh raw beet will give you a healthy and tasty topping for a salad (which is very popular with kids). [Read more...]

Dried Strawberries, Preserve the last of Summer

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Dried strawberries are a wonderful way to preserve the sweet tastes of summer.  Give this simply delicious recipe a try, you won’t regret it.

There aren’t many one ingredient recipes out there, but this is one of them- which is outstanding.  Finding joy in the organic and natural state of foods is an experience some have quite infrequently.  Processed foods are the standouts in our grocery stores and items like fresh fruit and vegetables are often overlooked.  The naturally sweet flavor of a strawberry is brought out by the drying process turning it into nature’s candy. [Read more...]

Homemade Applesauce Recipe (no sugar added)


This recipe always comes in handy in the fall when the limbs on our apple tree are heavy with fresh pickings.  It is so simple and always so delicious, even with store bought apples. If your child didn’t like applesauce before they will now, especially if you let them help with making it!

Homemade Applesauce Recipe (no sugar added):applesauce she sugar blog


7-8 Medium sized apples of your choice (mixing types of apples can create a delicious blend, or adding in a pear)

1/4 C. Water (you can add more at the end if you like your apple sauce thinner)

1 tsp. Cinnamon [Read more...]

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