Rhubarb custard pie is a beautiful way to mellow the tartness of rhubarb in a smooth, creamy filling. This easy rhubarb custard pie recipe can be made with one crust or two. (Heck, you could even skip the crust and just make the rhubarb custard.) It only has four ingredients in the filling, so it's super simple to make. You may use a purchased pie crust if you like, but I prefer made from scratch pie crust.
Strawberries and rhubarb are a wonderful sweet/tart combination, and come together in an easy and yummy fashion in this strawberry-rhubarb crumble. It's gluten free (and diary free if you like) and uses less refined sugar than most crisp and cobbler recipes. (You can even use all honey if you prefer.)
Do you have an abundance of fresh rhubarb, or maybe some leftover rhubarb in the freezer? Here's a quick and easy way to use up extra rhubarb and get in some of those rhubarb health benefits. Rhubarbade and strawberry rhubarbade are two versions of “rhubarb lemonade” style rhubarb drink recipes. They're easy to make, and work fairly well as sugar free drinks when you sweeten with liquid stevia. [Read more…]
Mom's best hot fudge pudding cake is an easy from scratch chocolate pudding cake recipe combines two desserts in one – rich chocolate cake and yummy chocolate fudge pudding sauce. This is not a poke cake. It gets layered by itself, right in the oven. It's great paired up with ice cream or some nice cold milk. [Read more…]
Spring asparagus is a wonderful blessing after a long winter. Those first tender stalks are absolutely delicious raw, straight out of the garden. If you have large home patch – or want to take advantage of the seasonal abundance in stores and farm markets – it's great to have an assortment of asparagus recipes on hand and to know how to preserve asparagus for later use. This post features over 25 healthy asparagus recipes, including soups, salads and main dishes, plus instructions on how to store asparagus and preserve it for later use. [Read more…]