June 2009

National Ice Cream Soda Day

One of the best treats of the summer comes ice cold in a glass. It’s smooth and creamy, yet fizzy and refreshing, and merges today’s hustle and bustle with “the good old days.” Fans of floats, ice cream sodas, brown cows, spiders or whatever you call them in your region, take today to celebrate your favorite ice cream soda recipes, like the ones below.

Delectable Cinnamon Rolls

These cinnamon rolls are absolutely delectable, you will not be disappointed!  My mother used to make them on Sunday mornings for a little breakfast snack, yummy.

What you will need:


1 ¼ Ouce package active dry yeast

1 Cup warm milk (105 to 110° degrees)

1/2 Cup granulated sugar

1/3 Cup margarine, melted

1 tsp salt

2 eggs

4 Cups all-purpose flour

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Have you ever ordered Red Robin’s Mountain High Mudd Pie desert and wished you knew the recipe so that you could make it at home for your family and friends? Well, I found it so I am going to share it with you.  You will need about seven hours to make this (mainly due to the freezing process), so be prepared for that.  The recipe will feed about 12, which is perfect if you want to make it for a birthday cake or a party desert. You can also freeze the leftovers in a sealed container for up to two weeks.

What you will need:

No-Fuss, Low-Calorie Summer Desserts

Summertime may not require the constant vigilance on your diet the same way the holiday season does, but it’s still important to keep a healthy, balanced diet year-round. Besides, the worst time to not fit in your swimsuit is during swimsuit season! Here are some delicious, simple and healthy snacks to keep you both satisfied and fit during the summer months.

Get fruity. Fruit is just about everywhere during the summer, so enjoy it in all its fresh, juicy glory!