7 Ways to Eat Your Fruits This Summer (And Enjoy Them, Too!)
Did someone say cobbler?!
When you find yourself in a produce aisle this weekend, do yourself a favor and buy some peaches. And some lemons. And some raspberries, strawberries, and cherries. It's summer and that means it's time to stock up on seasonal fruit. You’ll put them all to good use baking up a juicy storm of fruity cakes, cobblers and bars all summer long. Just don’t forget the cardinal rule — seconds are a must!
Lemon Meringue Bars (pictured above)
Just look at those delicious layers! These bars topped with fluffy meringue are the perfect alternative for when you're craving a classic lemon meringue pie but don't have the time to roll out dough for the crust.
Everything's sure to come up peaches and cream when you dig into this frosty cobbler-cake. It's filled with layers of smooth vanilla ice cream, sweet peach puree and crunchy pecans so you don't have to choose between cool and comforting.
End your barbecue on a sweet note with these super-easy watermelon, mango and pineapple kebabs. Before serving, drizzle lime juice and chili powder over each one for a surprising (and delightful) hint of heat.
Making napoleons has never been easier thanks to this deconstructed version from Food Network Magazine. You'll use a sheet of puff pastry to make the flakey layers that sit between a mouthwatering mixture of semisweet chocolate, whipped cream and raspberry filling.
There's nothing better on a hot summer day then a refreshing slice of watermelon...until now! To give these yummy pops their mesmerizing layers, you'll puree and freeze watermelon, coconut milk and avocado in intervals.
Looking for a new way to use up all that bag of cherries you just bought? Look no further than this decadent chocolate-and-cherry cobbler. To give your cherries additional sweetness, toss them with some vanilla extract.
Tyler Florence crumbles a store-bought cheesecake into strawberry ice cream to form the base of this delectable frozen treat.