Peach, Ginger & Cardamom Popsicles

I know I keep posting about popsicles, but dang if this isn’t the best one I’ve made yet. Cardamom, ginger and peach are so perfect together, I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of it earlier. This recipe is a little more complicated than my other popsicle recipes in that it involves a frying pan, but is still easy to make and is a sure summer hit. As usual, this is a tiny recipe, but it can easily be doubled or tripled depending on how many popsicle molds you have.

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You Know What They Say About Cleanliness

Q: My best friend is coming to visit for the weekend and I’m terrified that I’m going to gluten them by mistake. They have been in the hospital before for celiac stuff, so I know they are really sensitive to cross contamination and me and my roommates are not exactly the cleanest people in the world. What can I do to get ready for their visit and to make sure I don’t poison them?

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Smoky Peach Cobbler for Two

Having spent many of my summers in the south, I full admit to being a peach snob. I went peach picking this weekend though and have been working my way through some mediocre stone fruit that I picked up after I found out that the blueberries were out of season. While these peaches and nectarines are subpar, compared to stone fruit from the south, I’ve been baking with them a bunch and the results have been really nice.

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Blueberry Coconut Pecan Popsicles

Here’s yet another delicious popsicle recipe, brought to you by the delicious yogurt I’ve been getting from my coop. This one is very coconut-y and has less of a creamy texture than past pops because of the dried coconut and pecans.  To make them as blueberry-y as possible and to avoid adding extra sugar, use both blueberry yogurt and fresh blueberries.

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