Summer is officially here and this collection of Summer Treats Recipes is perfect for lunchboxes, picnics, and especially for feeding hungry kids in the school holidays (vacation). This collection includes some of my recipes and also some from the talented food writers who share their recipes through #CookBlogShare.
What is #CookBlogShare?
Welcome to #CookBlogShare Week 26, 2021 where I am showcasing a collection of delicious Summer Treats recipes. CookBlogShare is a weekly link party where recipe bloggers share their latest recipes. It’s a chance to explore new recipes and comment on recipes that you might otherwise have missed.
#CookBlogShare is a great way to share your recipes, but if you are new to the link party, please make sure you read the guidelines before dropping a link. You can share new or older recipes, there is no set theme and all recipes are welcome.
Summer Treats Recipes
Here are some of my favourite easy treat recipes that you can make for your family. These recipes are also great to make with children and are a great way to keep them entertained.
Flapjack Bars are the ultimate lunchbox treat. Full of oats, nuts, and dried fruit they are easy to make and endlessly adaptable to the ingredients you have in your larder.
Scotch Pancakes are soft, light and slightly sweet, they are really easy to make on the stovetop with a girdle or frying pan. They are ideal to make with children, I couldn’t have been more than 3 or 4 years old when I remember standing on a stool by the stove helping my granny to make pancakes. That’s how simple it is to make pancakes.
Rhubarb and Pecan Muffins
Rhubarb and Pecan Muffins are probably the nicest rhubarb muffins I’ve tasted. Soft sweet muffin filled with sharp rhubarb, crunchy pecans, and topped with cinnamon sugar, so delicious, so easy to make.
Summer Treats Recipes from #CookBlogShare
Guidelines for #CookBlogShare
Non-bloggers – skip to the bottom of the page and if you click on any of the thumbnails that catch your eye they will take you to the website where the recipe can be found. Remember they will be added to as the week goes on, so remember to come back and take a look again later.
Bloggers Linking Up
- You can link up any foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they have not been linked to #CookBlogShare before.
- Link up a recipe or foodie post by clicking the blue ‘add your link’ button below and following the instructions. You can link up to 4 posts.
- Add a link from your post back to this post (so everyone else can find it and link up too!)
- Please add the #CookBlogShare badge to your post, (Code below – for WordPress copy and paste the code below into an html block of your post). if you prefer not to add the badge that is ok too, but please link from your post back to this post so others can find the link-up and recipes.
- Comment on some of the other recipes linked up here (at least 2 for each link you added but the more you can the better) and generally share the love with a bit of social media action!
- Plus comment on either this post or one of the posts labelled HOST in the linky.
Share the love!
- Add #CookBlogShare to your Instagram post and check out/comment on what others are posting on the #CookBlogShare feed.
- You can also post your recipe on the Cook Blog Share Facebook Page.
- I’ll visit every post linked up, comment, pin the recipes to our #CookBlogShare Pinterest group board, and tweet the recipes.
- Tag me @farmersgirlcook plus @lavenderandlovage and @sewwhite using the #CookBlogShare hashtag and we will retweet all tweets we see.
I hope you enjoy these recipes and join us in the #CookBlogShare Community. Next week the host is Marita from My Dinner
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Week 26 Link Up
By posting your link you are giving the #CookBlogShare hosts permission to use your pictures in a roundup and on social media if your recipe is selected to feature in the next round up.