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I love pears so much. They are so cute-looking and rich in variety. Having yoghurt with chopped pears would be a nice quick breakfast for your busy morning this time of year. Both ripend pears and yoghurt have silky creamy texture, so they beautifully merge into each other when they together transform into ice pops!
My grand parents had a big persimmon tree in their yard. When I was little we would pick its beautiful jewel-like fruits together. My grandpa always told me to leave some fruits for birds. At the porch, we ate the freshly picked persimmons with hoji tea watching little birds pecking the leftover fruits still hanging from the tree branches. This time of year, whenever I see persimmons at a market, it reminds me of the lovely tea time with my grands.
This is an old recipe I translated from French.I still own the original piece of paper on which my Mémé (grand-mother) wrote the recipe. She used to make those delicious truffles, she always had a jar of them in her fridge and I just loved picking one truffle every so often .....
These little yummy cubicles are so easy to make. You can use your ice tray instead of ice pop molds. I think figs really go well with any kind of spice. Especially Cinnamon! It is a great spice that makes this sweet treat
more delicious and earthy! If you insert some small twigs that you find in your yard, they would look even natural!
Cherry tomatoes and green grapes, these two adorable fruits can be a great combination when they together transform into refreshing icy treats! Cut in half, they look even cuter :) You can use grapefruit juice instead of apple juice if you want a more tangy refreshment!