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Bakery Pick of the Month
Kid's Brownie Platter
We’re less than 1 month away from Halloween – are you ready to throw the scariest, spookiest, tastiest Halloween party ever?
Our bakers love a chance to get creative with their desserts and they’ve whipped up a bunch of ghoulish treats to make your spooky shindig absolutely out of this world!
Hi there pet lovers – Bella here! No matter what your relationship status is, your pup is always there to be your loyal Valentine.
There will be tons of sweet treats lying around this weekend, so please keep your pets’ safety in mind. You probably know that chocolate is bad for dogs – it can cause abnormally high heart rhythms – but did you know that baking chocolate is extra toxic? Whether you’re in the kitchen whipping up cupcakes for the kids, or bringing home hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries from your local ShopRite, be sure any people treats are out of your dogs’ reach!
But not to pout, you can still spoil your fur babies with drool-worthy Valentine’s treats. Try this quick & easy Dog-Tested, Pet Parent-Approved peanut butter dog treats recipe, made with ingredients you may already have in your pantry.
Peanut Butter Dog Treats Recipe
4 Cups Flour
2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
¾ Cup Peanut Butter
¼ Cup Sweet Potato Puree
1 Cup Skim Milk
1 Cup Water
1.) Mix wet ingredients (water, skim milk, peanut butter, sweet potato puree) in a large bowl
2.) In a separate bowl, mix dry ingredients (flour, baking powder)
3.) Add dry mixture to wet mixture – combine well
4.) Drop dollops of mixture onto baking sheet – or use cookie cutters to create your favorite shapes!
5.) Bake at 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes
6.) Give to your dog to enjoy!
My life would be rufffff without my family, so I’ll be giving extras cuddles and kisses to Mom & Dad this Sunday. How are you celebrating Valentine’s Day with your pet? Share your stories with me on social media with #ShopRiteBella!
P.S. Thanks to our furrrrr-ends at Bing’s Barkin’ Bakery for the puppy-safe recipe!...
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A few months ago, my 10-year-old son came home from a neighbor’s yard sale clutching a cookbook. The neighbor had let him have it. I asked my son if that meant he would be cooking dinner, and indeed, he did cook a few times before lacrosse season took up all our spare time.
Now that school is out and we have more time to fill, I decided to hand the cooking over to the kids again. (more)...
During Lent, the weeks preceding Easter, my family does not eat meat on Friday. As a young person and then as a newlywed, this was the opportunity to indulge in steamed shrimp, crab cakes, or coddies (codfish cakes, a local favorite, eaten with mustard and Saltine crackers). (more)...