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Recipe: Coffee Ice Cream Pops

Recipe: Coffee Ice Cream Pops

Cooling off with a popsicle in the summer just feels right! But these aren’t your average store-bought, freezer-burnt popsicles; these are homemade using some amazing products from Ferris Coffee. Not to mention they are completely vegan and gluten free. Recipe and blog written by: Maddie Levins-Ireland Picture this: a creamy coffee flavored pop goes for a swim in rich dark chocolate and gets topped off with crushed walnuts for that extra crunch. Are you drooling yet?! This recipe requires just one bowl and a popsicle mold. The hardest part is waiting for them to freeze and trying not to eat...

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Recipe: Caramel Walnut Coffee Cake Scones

Recipe: Caramel Walnut Coffee Cake Scones

There is nothing that can beat the first sip of coffee in the morning. Being a coffee lover, I crave my morning coffee more than anything else. I can honestly say if I had to choose between a cup of coffee or a delicious breakfast treat, I would choose the coffee. Recipe creation and blog writing by: Ally Tjoelker But thanks to Ferris Coffee, I really don't need to choose! Thanks to Ferris Coffee's wide assortment of coffee beans and nuts, you can have a cup of coffee & enjoy this delicious Caramel Walnut Coffee Cake Scones. The recipe is super simple, easy to make...

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Make Your Own Nut Butter

Make Your Own Nut Butter

Nut butter has grown in popularity over the past few years. They’re healthy, delicious, and… EASY TO MAKE!? Yeah, that’s right. We said it. Making your own nut butter at home is really simple! Store-bought butter can be convenient, sure, but we’re reaching for our homemade versions for a few reasons: You get to stay home! Cost-effective No added sugar, salt, or chemicals Use what you already have Create your own fun blends Choose how much/how little you want to make So fire up your food processor (or blender) and try out some of our favorite nut butter recipes! The...

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What’s Up with Walnuts?

What’s Up with Walnuts?

National Walnut Day was created in 1949 by the Walnut Marketing Board to encourage Americans to eat more walnuts. Walnuts are a very versatile nut and can be used in baking, cooking and plant-based milks!  History The walnut tree has a rich history with people. Walnuts have been cultivated and consumed by humans for thousands of years, dating back to 7,000 BCE, and have been recognized for their health benefits since then. Today, three quarters of the global supply are produced in California. Though we call them “English” walnuts, in actuality they are native to Persia. Walnuts were traded along the silk...

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