19 June 2012

Fruit Stacks

There's a meal we like to call haystacks.  Chips or rice or both, followed by beans, lettuce, olives, onions, tomatoes, avocados, maybe a salsa (or if you're strange, ketchup) on top.  At least, that's the order I put it in.  Others do it differently.  Like the rice below the chips?  Totally wierd.

Somewhere along the line, I thought it would be yummy to do something similar with fruits, and that's what we're having for supper.  As I type.

Recently, I learned to make my own Graham crackers.  But this week, the last week before comps, I'm not up to much baking.  Besides, it's like 93 outside and I'm not in the mood to heat up the house.

So we've layered the store-bought Graham crackers, some soy yogurt, strawberries, mangos, frozen blueberries, dried cranberries, and coconut.  But it's good with any kind of fruit. 

Do you have any fast (like twenty minutes or less), cool, hot weather recipes that get you through the summer?  I'd love to hear about them!


  1. How about a nice cold watermelon, shared with a friend?

  2. That does sound yummy! We may have to start a quest for a good watermelon soon.


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