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Easier Homemade Peach Ice Cream – The Taste Of Summer!

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RancherMan’s a huge ice cream fan. He would eat it every day if he could. LOL

I wanted to make homemade peach ice cream and I had some fresh peaches that needed to be used up before they went bad. So I decided to make his favorite cold sweet treat for him.

Homemade peach ice cream can go from start to finish in only about 25 minutes. Come see this easier recipe. #TexasHomesteader
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Healthy Sugar-Free ‘Ice Cream’ Made With Frozen Fruit

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Recently we were honored to have a guest poster, Ashley share her experience of going through a full month with No.  Refined.  Sugar!  In her post about going through Week Two of that challenge she shared with us a quick & easy hot-weather treat – Healthy Sugar-Free ‘Ice Cream’ made with frozen bananas and berries.  Check out this recipe for a nice cool treat on a hot summer’s day that’s actually GOOD for you…

Healthy Frozen 'Ice Cream' Treat Using frozen berries & bananas. Creamy like ice cream & flavors are endless. Curious? Check it out. #TexasHomesteader

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Preserving The Bounty: Freezing Fresh Eggs

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Most people know that chickens slow down their egg production in the winter months. So I’m trying to preserve the more-than-we-can-use quantity of eggs I’m blessed with now for those leaner times. 

I’ve written before about preserving the eggs from our pastured flock by making a large batch of breakfast burritos and freezing them. They make a quick grab-n-eat meal before church so your stomach isn’t rumbling so loudly the sermon can’t be heard!

But you can only eat so many breakfast burritos. So I began looking for other ways to preserve those precious eggs so that none would go to waste.

Although you can't freeze fresh eggs in the shell, there is an easy way to preserve eggs for future use by freezing. #TexasHomesteader
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