The Perfect Summertime Blueberry Pie

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Blueberries are among the least complicated berries to use. You don’t have to peel, pit, slice, or core them. And in the summer months when you can pick them to your heart’s content, you can make easy and delicious desserts, like Foodal’s sweet blueberry pie. Served with ice cream, this treat is hard to beat.

Pucker Up for Lemon Roasted Cauliflower with Fresh Herbs

Closeup of orange, white, and purple roasted cauliflower florets coated with chopped fresh herbs, on a white parchment paper background.

With a bright, acidic burst of citrus flavor and fragrant fresh herbs, Lemon Roasted Cauliflower is a side dish that goes with just about any protein. Multi-colored cruciferous veggies in orange, purple, and white make the dish festive and fun. Visit Foodal now to find out just how easy this recipe is to make at home.

Chill Out with Our No Fuss, Easy to Make Orange Sherbet

A clear parfait glass of orange sherbet, on a blue and white painted surface next to two halves of an orange, and another dish of sherbet in the background.

Want something cool and sweet? This creamy orange treat will surely hit the spot on a hot summer’s day. Simple and easy to make with or without an ice cream maker, it will be loved by both young and old. Become a legend in your neighborhood and try this amazingly delicious orange sherbet recipe at home now.

Forget Store Bought, Homemade Graham Crackers Are Always Better

A small stack of five homemade graham crackers with scored edges and rows of holes in the top of each, beside a glass bottle of milk and a white ceramic cake stand, on a gray and white marble background.

Who knew homemade graham crackers could be so easy to make? Simply mix, roll out, and bake to golden, lightly sweetened perfection. You won’t be able to stop eating these. Top them with peanut butter or pair with chocolate and marshmallows for the perfect snack to enjoy at home or by the campfire. Get the recipe now.