[Digital] Sprinkles // Summer Eats

July 22, 2012
Yummy looking popsicle via @StudyNY on instagram

Having a few technical difficulties over here at Casa de Pepper, so yesterday’s Sunday Sprinkles turned into Monday Sprinkles (just as good as leftovers – promise!), and today’s outfit post will have to wait for tomorrow!  Good news is that we’re talking tasty summer eats, and I don’t know about you, but that’s one of my favorite things to do. :)

  • If you buy one cookbook this year, please let it be this one: Such simple, quick recipes all under 500 calories and organized by time of year for easy seasonal eating.
  • I eat it every single day in some form or another, and that’s why this Ode to Oatmeal was right up my alley.
  • Reason #927 to love watermelon. That’s all.
  • When I saw the recipe for these gluten-free chicken tenders, I knew I wanted to try it out by subbing in sliced eggplant instead of the meat – we’d had the veggie version last night for dinner, and it was deLISH!
  • Can’t stop thinking about how amazing it would be to have this counter top frozen-yogurt machine as the latest addition to our kitchen.  So many flavor possibilities and never having to leave the house for my next fix! (Ok, the thought of that is a little scary, but still!)
Have you spotted any great kitchen products or created any recipes recently that I should know about?  You always blow me away with your own tips, tricks & resources, so feel free to share them here if you’d like!
P.S.  I whipped up a new header for the blog this weekend, so be sure to click through and take a peek if you’re reading through an RSS feed! :) XOXO

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5 Comments

  • Reply Tinacious Me July 23, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    mmm yummy! cute header!
    http://www.Tinacious.Me

  • Reply Jessica @ Here(and)Now July 23, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    Adorable header! And I would LOVE a fro-yo machine in my kitchen :)
    xx
    Here&Now

  • Reply sweet and spark July 23, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Will def ck out your recommendations. I’m gluten and dairy free and have been experimenting quite a bit on the kitchen myself lately. Check out my foodie posts for ideas.

  • Reply christin July 23, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    I have the ice cream maker attachement for the kitchen aid mixer and it’s trouble!

  • Reply Chupacabra May 6, 2016 at 11:53 pm

    Who doesn’t like a little spice in their life? The best tasting peppers are harvested in fall, after they have had all summer to soak up the sun and ripen on the plant. Allowing a pepper to ripen fully before picking ensures that the whole pepper changes color and the characteristics of the particular pepper—whether it be sweet, smoky or spicy—fully express themselves.

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