And the Winner is…

It’s officially summer here at The Country Cupboard since the “ice cream” arrived. And what cold treats they are. Almost makes you want to mow the lawn in the blazing hot sun just so you can enjoy something cold afterward. Because our Strawberry Fruit Bars are just 3 ingredients (fruit, water and a little bit of cane sugar), not only is the flavor great, but it lasts until the final bite. Cookies and Cream on a stick? What’s not to like about that? Plus, they are made with non-gmo ingredients. Each “sweet cold treat” is sold individually for $1.49 or less.

Other cold, sweet summer treats are Iced Tea Concentrate (Peach, Raspberry, Green Tea or Sassafras) and Iced Java Smoothie Mix.

Our Father’s Day Sale is next week. We don’t have tools or ties, but we do have something fun for Dad. Learn more next week!

It was “Three-rific”!

To all those who joined us for the “Three-rific” Celebration & Cookout, thanks! And if you came Saturday to the indoor cookout and saw our classroom upstairs, now you know about our “secret room”!  Did you enjoy the Hamburger Patties, Macaroni Salad, Potato Chips and/or Chocolate Chip Cookie? These items are available for purchase here every day. We also have Pork Burger Patties and great seasonings for burgers.

The winner of the “Your Favorites” basket was Darcy Stoller. Those who were the closest in the “Guess How Many” are:
Blueberry Yogurt Pretzels – Cheyanne Bazzell
Sesame Sticks – Marlene Schuble
Chocolate Kisses – Kyle Leman
Strawberry Yogurt Raisins – Liz Freeland
Gummi Bears – Val Winterland

Congratulations to our winners!

Breakfast Popsicles

Makes: 4

Have breakfast in the morning or any part of the day with these easy, cool treats.

 

1 cup of your favorite yogurt
1 cup of your favorite fruit, fresh or frozen, chopped into small pieces
a handful of granola
popsicle molds

Layer some fruit in the bottom of the molds and fill it 1/3 of the way full.

Next spoon in enough yogurt to fill it 2/3 full and then top with a sprinkle of granola.
Place the tops on the molds and then freeze.
The next morning they will be good and set and ready for a yummy and healthy treat.
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