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Christmas Cooking with Kids: Strawberry Santa Pops

Christmas Cooking with Kids: Strawberry Santa Pops

With so much decorating, shopping, and wrapping, we sometimes forget to stop and share the seasonal spirit with our little ones through food. It can be both easy and enjoyable to make Christmas cooking with kids a part of your December plans with our Strawberry Santa Pops! 

T is for Tomato: Stuffed Tomatoes

T is for Tomato: Stuffed Tomatoes

Is it a fruit? Is it a vegetable? The world may never know, but we sure know that they taste delicious. Tomatoes are an excellent source of nutrients, including vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium. There are over 7,500 varieties and they come in colors from all across the rainbow. Tomatoes are seen in many different cuisines from all around the world, especially in Italian food like sauces for pasta and pizza. There are so many ways to them, but have you ever thought of making stuffed tomatoes?

Fruit Ice Pops for Your Pops

Fruit Ice Pops for Your Pops

With Father’s Day around the corner and temperatures soaring into the 90s in NYC, we thought it would be perfect timing to make fruit ice pops, for your pops! If your dad loves food, these 4 ingredient ice pops will be an excellent way to say “thanks Dad, stay cool.” You can make them now to prepare for Father's Day or make them the morning of, but remember fruit ice pops need to freeze for several hours. And if mango isn’t your dad’s thing, you can easily swap in a different fruit. Happy Father's Day!

U is for Ugli Fruit: Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait

U is for Ugli Fruit: Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait

A honeyed Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait is a snack time treat that is healthy and easy for anyone to make! Parfaits are a layered sweet treat that can be eaten at home or on the go. Ugli fruits are in season from November-May in the United States. We couldn’t find any Ugli fruit at our grocery store, but grapefruit or tangelo works just as well (we used grapefruit).

Nomster Chef in podcast-land!

Our friend Caylena at Caylena Cahill Photography, a food and lifestyle photography company, interviewed Nomster Chef founder Ashley Moulton for her podcast, "Put a Fork in It!". The podcast talks to people at the intersection of food, health, business, and creativity, and we're honored to be featured in their second episode.