With summer comes new recipes, foods to keep us cool and refreshed, and recipes that can be made without the use of an oven. This "Strawberry n Pineapple Flow," smoothie is the perfect summer time addition to those hot days, when you need to cool down.The website Deliciously Yum has lots of great recipes to inspire and enjoy. Kathi, from Minnesota is the writer of this recipe blog, she is a food lover, who loves chocolate and is obsessed with sprinkles, she lives with her husband, who also enjoys sampling her recipes. This recipe blog has plenty of recipes to add to your arsenal of favorites, some of the recipes on this site include; appetizer recipes, beverage recipes, bread recipes, breakfast recipes, brownie recipes, cake recipes, cookie recipes, cupcake recipes, dip recipes, doughnut recipes, ice cream recipes, main dish recipes, muffin recipes, pastry recipes, pie recipes, salad recipes, scone recipes, smoothie recipes, and snack recipes to name a few.
This strawberry and pineapple lava flow smoothie recipe is the perfect compliment to a hot summer day. To start the strawberry smoothie recipe you'll want to use some fresh or frozen strawberries, ice and some water for the strawberry layer of the recipe. For the tropical layer or pineapple layer of the smoothie recipe, you'll want to use freshly sliced pineapple, condensed milk (or substitute coconut milk or water), and ice. In the blender you will want to combine the strawberries, ice and enough water to easily blend, and puree until smooth. Pour this part of the recipe into a small pitcher and place in freezer. Rince your blender and next combine pineapple, condensed milk and ice in the blender, and puree until smooth. Pour the strawberry recipe into a glass and top with the pineapple recipe, stir with a straw and enjoy.
The strawberry fruit was mentioned in ancient Roman literature in reference to its medicinal use. The French began taking the strawberry from the forest to their gardens for harvest in the 1300s. Charles V, France's king from 1364 to 1380, had 1,200 strawberry plants in his royal garden. In the early 1400s western European monks were using the wild strawberry in their illuminated manuscripts. The strawberry is found in Italian, Flemish, German art, and English miniatures.
Pineapples can be eaten fresh, cooked, juiced, and preserved. They are found in a wide array of cuisines. In addition to consumption, the pineapple leaves are used to produce the textile fiber piņa in the Philippines, commonly used as the material for the men's Barong Tagalog and women's Baro't saya formal wear in the country. The fiber from the pineapple is also used as a component for wallpaper and other furnishings. The flesh and juice of the pineapple is used in cuisines around the world. In many tropical countries, the pineapple is prepared, and sold on roadsides as a snack.