Roasted Dandelion Root Tea Benefits with Chocolate Truffle Recipe

Spring is near and one of the first flowers to sprout and bloom is the humble dandelion. With the abundance of this well-known 'weed' many wonder what are the benefits of dandelion root? There are really so many uses for dandelion's from making dandelion wine to dandelion jelly but the...

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DIY Simple Syrup (Using Flowers)

The end of winter and the start of spring hold two special holidays: St. Valentine's Day and Mother's Day (as celebrated in the United States). Flowers are usually front and center during these two special holidays. The later doesn't give way to as many local fresh flowers as Mother's Day might...

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Elderberry Lemon Chia Pudding Recipe & Benefits of Chia Seeds

Chia seeds. Where do chia seeds come from? What are chia seed health benefits? Are there calories in chia seeds? Those funny looking little black seeds that everyone is always raving about, you know the ones famous for the Chia Pet® creatures that gained their popularity in the...

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CURRY LEMON CHICKEN THIGHS IN COCONUT CREAM SAUCE RECIPE

Dinner ideas.... what do you make for dinner when you have a bunch of chicken thighs? 

It's January and many people are on Whole30 looking for comfort food right about now. Nothing says healthy comfort food like a Coconut Curry Chicken recipe, and my friends, boy do we have one to share with...

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Fire Cider Kale Crunch Salad

Move on over Chick-fil-a Kale Crunch salad! This infused apple cider vinegar dressing recipe is going to spice up that kale salad! Get all of the benefits of this turmeric and horseradish root infused fire cider dressing. A little bit of sweet and a little bit of spicy, a whole lot of healthy for...

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Quick Strawberry Sauce (Jam) Recipe

 

Sometimes it happens. You get a text or a quick phone call that the company is on their way, and you need to set-up tea or some sort of refreshment in a hurry. You look in the pantry and find you just used your last jar of homemade jam.

What in the world will you put on the scones?

You...

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Lemon Blueberry Mason Jar Parfaits

 

 

Down on the farm nothing quite says spring like some lemon curd! Especially with holidays such as Easter and Mother's Day. After all, it's brunch season!

Not only are lemons bright and fresh and fitting for the season of new life but diary on the farm is usually in full abundance....

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Lavender Earl Grey Shortbread

 

When we surveyed our Facebook followers, shortbread was the #1 answer to what treats they enjoy with their tea!

There are so many different flavors of shortbread, they are really rather a little versatile cookie! Or biscuit, if you are British. 

Today we are adding yet another flavor...

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Chocolate Is Medicine (plus 4 recipes)

 

It's that time of year where the stores start stocking up on roses and other flowers. Boxes of chocolate begin to line the shelves. St. Valentine's day is only a little over a week away.

While St. Valentine is remembered by the giving of gifts and notes to those we love, this month is also...

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Orange Cranberry Jello Salad - A Tasty Christmas Tradition

 

The family has gathered around in a warm cozy house, and the smell of food is wafting through the air. The kitchen is all hustle and bustle, and tasty appetizers are awaiting. 

Veggie trays, olives, cookies, fudge, chips, and cream cheese dip with chips.

When it comes to a holiday...

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Maple Coffee Cake with Apples (Whole Wheat) Recipe

Growing up on Sunday's for both my Farmer and I meant Sunday breakfast was a little different from the rest of the week. While I was use to pancakes, my Farmer loved his mom's coffee cake. 

Before realizing I had a sugar allergy I remember going to his parents for Sunday breakfast and having...

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Maple Sausage & Sweet Potato Quiche Bites

Quiche is a quintessential tea time recipe, but what really makes these special is that they are tiny and bite size. The dangerous part is that they are so yummy it might seem like you didn’t eat many with their delicate size and impressive flavor.

A good maple sausage really pairs...

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