Have you ever heard of a fool? It’s a lovely concoction of whipped cream, fruit, and sometimes extra goodies. This Elderberry Fool with Sweet’s Syrup’s is a fun take on an old classic. A perfect addition for the holidays as a dessert or brunch addition. […]
Christmas shopping at Apothecary Mary is open! Come check out my little pop-up shop here. Open 12/13 to 12/17! First ten purchases receives a Pucker-Up Lip Serum! Here is the link to the shop: http://apothecarymary.com/shop/ Thank you! And have a lovely, merry Christmas!
My daughter and I made this chocolate custard one evening to bring to a friend’s the following evening. The next morning, my daughter’s bright face came down the stairs excitedly declaring, “Chocolate custard for breakfast!” I covered my laugh and reminded her we made it […]
What if you could eat and enjoy a waffle that was healthy, sweetened only with fruits and high in protein? The word waffle can conjure up pictures of fluffy, golden pockets laden with syrup and butter or cardboard-tasting toaster waffles grabbed from the freezer. These […]
Welcome to the circulating blog tour and giveaway for The Searchers series of middle grade historical fiction by Bertha Schwartz, hosted by JustRead tours! ABOUT THE BOOK Sarah’s Search for Treasure (Searchers #3) by Bertha Schwartz Publisher: Ambassador International Release Date: December 1, 2018 Genre: Middle […]
Elderberry syrup isn’t just for immunity shots when you are sick! Consuming elderberry can help boost your immunity and give you vital nutrients any day of the year. Elderberry has much to offer, particularly through the cold months (months both actually cold and plagued with […]
These jewels of a berry are quite the catch. Tasty, delicious and immune boosting when cooked! The berries are antiviral and immune stimulating. This plant is technically a shrub but they get quite large (upwards of 30 feet). Elder is found all over temperate North […]
In the herbalist world, rosehips get all the spotlight. Rosehips are the fruit of the plant, available in late fall or winter. But in summer, you can still partake in roses! After searching through six of my herbalism books, I finally found rose petals in […]