end of summer recipe round-up

You may have noticed that my recipes lately are starting to trend to the Fallish side of the seasonal spectrum. I can’t help it! But before I completely bid summer adieu, I figured it’d be nice to a round-up of my absolute favorite dishes seen on BTHR this summer. I’ve had so much fun creating stuff based on the bounty of the Southern Indiana farmland! Here are my favorites:

Baked Coconut Chicken Strips

Swirly Twirly Fruit and Yogurt Pops

Cucumber Limeade

One Minute Peanut Butter Cake

Buffalo Chicken Bites with Blue Cheese Yogurt Dip

Sweet Corn and Three Berry Ice Cream

Lentil Sloppy Joes

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Pops

Which one was your favorite?

6 Comments

  1. Shannon says

    Not even close! The 60 Second peanut butter cake is my fav! I think I told you that I don’t use the chips, I stab it when it comes out of the microwave and pour a tablespoon of grade B Maple Syrup over it, then have half for dessert and half for breakfast the next day! It is such a treat and I can’t thank you enough!

  2. SaraD says

    No doubt about it, the Swirly Twirly Fruit and Yogurt Pops were my fav. I made them during our annual family vacation to Heuston Woods. Popped them in the freezer before we went on a hike and/or to the pool. When everyone returned to the cabins they were scarfed down with a quickness! I want to make them with my students this year, too.

    Honorable mention has to go to the grilled goat cheese and peaches pizza. I have to make that next summer when peaches are in again!

  3. Amy says

    Nutella cake for sure! I absolutely loved it and so did everyone who I shared it with :-) but I still really want to try the buffalo chicken bites…they sound amazing!

    Everything you post on here looks so great & your behind the scenes posts have been so informative.

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