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Using Your Bountiful Basket – 6-20-15 Distribution

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Every day I get a Bountiful Basket is a happy day in my book.  Although temps were a little on the high side today, it was still a gorgeous distribution day.   The baskets were overflowing once again – don’t you love the summer growing season?  I think I was most excited to receive peaches as the entire family loves them.

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You’ve got your Bountiful Basket home, cleaned all your goodies and now comes the fun part – deciding what to make with all the awesome produce. If you didn’t get a basket, you can still use these recipes with produce you purchased at the farmer’s market or grocery store – it’s all in season now, readily available and prices out very well.  Click on the colored recipe titles to link directly to the recipes.

CONVENTIONAL BASKET RECIPES:  The following items were in my basket this week:  green peppers, blueberries, green cabbage, celery, red grapes, baby romaine lettuce, mango, honeydew melon, green onion, peaches, plums and red potatoes.

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Blueberry Lemonade – this looks soooo refreshing!
Peach & Blueberry Greek Yogurt Cake – enjoy cake with a little less guilt.
Crockpot Corned Beef & Cabbage – also uses potatoes.  No need to turn on the oven for this dinner – yea!
Black Pepper Chicken – uses celery.  Panda Express knockoff.  I will mostly like use thin spaghetti if I can’t find the Yakisoba noodles in my small town grocery.
Frozen Grapes – rinse/clean grapes, then fully dry.  Place clean, dry grapes in a single layer on a cookie sheet and place in the freezer for 1-2 hours.  Store in a ziplock-type freezer bag.  Use as ice cubes in your favorite drinks, in smoothies or eat as a snack (I like to let them thaw a little bit before eating).
Lettuce with Buffala Mozzarella, Cucumbers and Lemon Yogurt Dressing – this is on my “to try” list.
Easy Way to Peel a Mango – have you tried this?
BBQ Chicken & Mango Quesadillas – shut the front door!  These look amazing!!
Honeydew Melon Ice Pops (Korean Melona Bar) – wonderful way to cool down on a hot summer day.
Bacon Green Onion Pasta Salad – the “bacon” caught my attention.
Endless Supply of Fresh Green Onions – frugal tip.
Peach Mango Coconut Oil Banana Bread – I love the chunky fruit in this bread.
How to Make Plum Fruit Leather – just 2 ingredients needed.
What are your favorite basket recipes this week?  Please share in the comments – I love to try new recipes!

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