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2 Homemade Fresh-Fruit Jelloes: Very Berry and Peach & Nectarine

Looks like cake, doesn’t it?My latest fruit endeavors have resulted in the exquisite fruit jelloes you see in the pictures.My idea was to use FRESH fruit to make a summery, light, living dessert (yes, that’s a thing), and so I came up with the ‘Very Berry’ and ‘Peach & Nectarine’ jelloes.I chose berries, peaches, and [...]

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How to make fresh fruit sweeter (without adding sugar)

Fresh fruit is great for quick snacks and for making light desserts and exquisite treats. Its natural sweetness makes it an excellent alternative to highly-processed, factory-made desserts. For those of us with a sweet tooth however, the natural sweetness of fresh fruit might not taste sweet enough. There are several easy tricks we can apply in order to [...]

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How to include more fresh fruit in your diet

Fresh fruit is a living, wholesome food. It’s juicy, naturally sweet, and vibrant with flavors and vitamins. I’ve spent the past two years working with this versatile, unprocessed ingredient in preparation for my newly-released recipe book: Fresh Fruit Anyone? Easy Homemade Fruit Treats from Scratch Through many fruity endeavors I have come to the conclusion that the best way [...]

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Dried Fruit and Nut Mixture with No Added Sugar

Akin to a trail mix or to a fruit-only Christmas mincemeat filling, this unique fruit salad is inspired by a special Passover fruit and nut paste, called Harosset. A mixture of chopped nuts, chopped fresh and dried fruits, red wine and spices, will result in deep, rich flavors which will intensify even further the next day. Useful [...]

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Simple Mediterranean Salad

The Mediterranean salad is a fusion of Greek and Italian salads, featuring a juicy tomato, soft fresh mozzarella, and a crisp Iceberg lettuce.I really love the use of simple staples both in the salad and in the dressing.The combination of olive oil, fresh lemon, and apple cider vinegar accentuates and complements the vibrant flavors of [...]

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Simple Coleslaw with light dressing, no mayo, no sugar

This may not look like a typical Coleslaw.Because it isn’t.This version of the iconic Coleslaw uses a light dressing based on freshly squeezed lemon juice, seasoned with salt and crushed black pepper.We’re not going to hide the veggies behind a thick coat of sugar and mayo. Meaning, the carrot and cabbage really shine here.The result [...]

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Rustic Caesar Salad

I had the pleasure of ordering this version of a Caesar salad at a rural diner somewhere in the heart of New England a while back, and I just couldn’t get it out of my head. I loved the simple presentation with the Iceberg lettuce as a centerpiece, which to me, accentuated what this salad is [...]

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Homemade Strawberry-Banana Ice Cream with No Added Sugar

Today we’ll be making a strawberry-banana ice cream.We won’t be adding any sugar. We’ll be using ‘nature’s sweetener’ (and by that I mean a ripe banana).Strawberries and bananas are a fabulous duo. The banana is creamy and sweet, the strawberries are juicy and tart-ish, resulting in a dessert with a living, vibrant flavor.Here it is.Sweetened [...]

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Homemade Strawberry Nectar with No Added Sugar

Looks posh, doesn’t it?You’re not going to believe how simple this treat is. It only has one ingredient – blended fresh strawberries.I don’t add any water, as I don’t want to dilute the silky texture and the lively flavor of the fresh fruit.Neither do we add sugar or any other sweetener. We just let our [...]

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A Quick Treat of Frozen Blueberries with Milk

A while back I discovered the joy of frozen fruit. There’s something about it that elevates it from simple fruit into a popsicle-like dessert. This exquisite treat is simple, quick and super refreshing. No sugar added. Here it is. Sweetened by: fruit only Preps: 1 minute Serves: 1 You will need: A handful unsweetened frozen blueberries ¾ -1 cup milk How to [...]

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