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salted caramel coffee DIY

Um, I will fo-sho be making one of these today….  anyone want to join me?  Happy to make extra.

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 Also, a little hint…

you can pour the caramel over the coffee and ice, but it will clump up a bit.  If that bugs you, pour your coffee, add the caramel, (stir) and then add ice.

To view or download the tags and recipe, click the image below.

Let me know if you have any questions about the tutorial…

So, now that we have our coffee, let’s chat 4th of July!  How was it?

Our day was so full of fun activities  (like a water balloon fight, blind-folded boat race, 3 legged relay…) & delicious food, it was hard to stay awake for fireworks!  Oiy.

Talk soon,

xo . rae

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watermelon juice

Back in the day while visiting one of our first farmer’s market, Mr. Friis, Ozzie, & I stumbled upon a delicious invention….  watermelon juice.  We’ve been making it at home ever since.

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/picture credit—> stacy jacobsen photography/

Here is our homemade recipe:

I N R E D I E N T S
1/2 large seedless watermelon, balled or cubed
2 tablespoons lemon juice
mint leaves, strawberries & ice to serve (optional)

D I R E C T I O N S
1. Place watermelon & lemon juice into the jug of a blender.  Blend until smooth.  To sweeten, (if desired) add agave syrup.
2. Serve immediately over ice and garnish with mint.

My last trip to the grocery store, watermelons were on sale ($4 each, yo!) so it might be the perfect time to give it a try!  I think we’ll be making some today.

Do you have any no-fail summer recipes?  Please share in the comments below!

xo . rae

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