This is an authentic sweet dill pickle recipe brought in from Poland! Enjoy!
This is a great dessert for a cool fall evening. Serve warm with ice cream for an even more delicious experience!
Perfect as a breakfast or a dessert, this coffee cake calls for lots of blueberries – while you can choose to use fresh or frozen fruit, we always recommend fresh local produce from your favorite farm market! However, if you’re craving this recipe out of season, feel free to use frozen fruit.
A yummy, versatile way to make the most out of berry season! Whether you use strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries, this dessert will turn out perfect. You can even go crazy and do a berry blend!
What was once a classic dinner favorite now has a fun dessert twist! Use any fruit of your liking to make these playful dessert roll-ups. An instant favorite!
This scrumptious dessert is a breeze to make! All you need are four ingredients and you’re all set to go. You can use any fruit of your choice – whatever the season, this dessert is sure to turn out tasty!
A taste of the Keys right here in our hometown! This refreshing dessert will have you thinking of tropical destinations and one-way flights…it’s really THAT good! Even though New York doesn’t have the climate to grow limes, you can still find them at your favorite local farm market (Lakeside, of course!)
This delicious dessert doesn’t require an oven! Using a graham cracker crust makes this pie truly no-bake. However, if you would prefer to bake a pie crust, that only elevates this dessert! Whichever you choose, this pie is a snap to make.
This is an all-time favorite around the farm stand – this is the type of recipe you wait all year for peach season for! We recommend using a baked pie crust for a buttery, flaky finish, but if you prefer to keep the oven off, pick up a graham cracker crust – it will work out perfectly.
This scrumptious treat is perfect for summertime – just when strawberries are in season! As with the rest of our no bake pie recipes, you can choose to either bake a crust or use a graham cracker crust if you don’t want to bother with your oven at all. Just remember to use fresh local produce!