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Easy Summer Recipes And Tips
Easy Creamy Potato Soup
An easy creamy soup is welcome on most summer menus. Try the following recipe for a quick lunch with a sandwich or add it to your dinner menu.
2 potatoes, peeled and cubed
3 squash, peeled and cubed
1 clove garlic, crushed
1 onion, diced
1 tbsp. olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Sauté fresh onion and garlic in oil. Add squash and potatoes to pot; add water to cover. Cook for 20 to 30 minutes until vegetables are soft. Use hand blender to puree soup in pot for creamy effect. Serve hot with sprinkling of croutons or garlic bread.
This dessert puts a different spin on watermelon. It is a fun dessert to prepare and serve. You will enjoy the compliments your guests will bestow upon you after eating this refreshing concoction!
½ gallon lime sherbet
½ gallon raspberry sherbet (or strawberry)
¾ -1 cup raisins or mini chocolate chips
Allow the lime sherbet to become soft enough to be smoothed into a Tupperware bowl as to form rind of watermelon. Put into freezer as you soften and stir up raspberry sherbet with raisins or mini chocolate chips to make inside of watermelon. Pour into “rind” and smooth over top. Place seal on container and freeze overnight or until very hard. Hold bowl in your hands until it comes out of the container. Slice down from bottom to make halves, slice into thin slices or quarters for serving so that it looks like a watermelon.
Pour mixture into molds. Seal with sticks and seals. Freeze at 0 degrees or colder for 3 hours or more. Hold molds under warm water for a few seconds to loosen pops.
Here are several recipes for you to try. Some of them are dairy, but you can use pareve substitutions.
TIP: Put a terrycloth sweatband on a child’s wrist while eating any kind of ices and the wristband will catch all the drips. Then just toss it into the washing machine. (The wristband that is, not the child!)
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