Whichever seasonal fruit you would like to feature in this recipe is up to you – just make sure you have A LOT of it! The crust also doubles as the crumble topping, so this recipe is rather easy to make. Definitely a favorite down at the farm stand!
These muffins combine two of the best summer fruits – peaches and blueberries. As their growing seasons overlap, make sure to pick up some of each to make these delicious grab-and-go muffins!
A great way to use up any spare zucchini laying around the garden – or come on down to the stand to pick up some fresh zucchini to make this yummy and satisfying side dish.
These muffins are too die for – and you can make them to your liking! Although the recipe calls for raspberries and blueberries, you can get creative and customize this recipe with any berries of your liking. Just think of the possibilities!
This delicious dessert is sure to be the talk of any backyard barbecue! Fresh peaches are the star of the show here, but feel free to complement them with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream!
While we recommend these delectable bars to be made with fresh local peaches, you can use whatever fresh fruit you would like! They’re creamy, fruity, and downright delicious.
This cinnamon sugary delight will be sure to make you bake throughout all of apple season! If there’s not too much of a chill in the air, this pairs fabulously with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Or if it’s too cold out, enjoy it by itself!
A hearty, yummy muffin recipe that features one of the tastiest flavor combinations – peanut butter and bananas! These muffins are instant classics. You can either put them in large muffin tins for breakfast, or put them in mini muffin tins for snacks!
This delightful dessert is as sweet as it is versatile – while raspberries are featured beautifully in this recipe, you can substitute in any (or all) of your favorite fresh berries. Most of the time required for this dessert is time spent baking – it’s easy as pie!
This recipe is a fantastic way to get some rhubarb into your diet! Rhubarb is a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, potassium, and fiber. Just remember – do NOT eat the leaves!