Here at the Red Barn we are always trying our products in different recipes or adapting recipes to fit our products. We have found that just oat in the no bake cookies can be improved upon by adding 5 other grains using our 6 grain rolled mix.
If you are anything like me your workouts have intensified a bit as swimsuit season approaches! Cherry juice helps prevent and alleviate muscle soreness, making it a great recovery drink after any rigorous activity. Cherry juice can be enjoyed alone, but isn't everything a little better when chocolate is involved?
Love all of the fresh fruit available at The Red Barn? We found another recipe from our favorite cooking website, Real Mom Kitchen. Laura does an excellent job preparing and photographing fantastic food that can be made with ingredients most of us have on hand. So without further delay, I bring you Blackberry Cheesecake Cups!
Here at The Red Barn we have some great fruit salsas that have a bit of a kick. If you are looking to make a sweet salsa, we have the recipe for you! This can be adapted to use your favorite fruits, just use this recipe as a basic outline.
For today's recipe tip, I wanted to suggest trying cherries or cranberries in your favorite raisin recipes. Cherries are high in antioxidants and add a powerful flavor punch to jazz up any old recipe you have on hand! Red Barn dried cherries are also great in oatmeal, cookies, and home made granola recipes.
A great meal option for Spring time is Apricot Glazed Pork Roast. This is so simple, yet fancy enough for a Sunday dinner crowd.
This is a classic treat that can be served as a simple after school snack, or jazzed up for a more formal dessert depending on the type of container it is served in. So simple!
We thought it would be fun to post a recipe using a vegetable that most of us are able to grow in our gardens. We bring you a twist on the traditional zucchini bread: Hawaiian Zucchini bread!
Nothing beats a warm dessert on a cold day! Here is a recipe for a giant fruit turnover, big enough to share!