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No Churn Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream with CherriesThere's no better way to say, "I love you," than with homemade ice cream. But who has the time? Or the equipment? This recipe for No Churn Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream with Cherries combines all the things you love about rich and delicious chocolate ice cream, with a no-fuss preparation that you can make in your food processor! Pair Recipe with No Churn Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream with Cherries with: Clams Casino Similar Colavita Recipes: Bittersweet Chocolate and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Ice Cream
Colavita Olive Oil No-Churn Ice Cream by Jessie Sheehan
Frozen Sour Cherry BelliniMake your date a delicious drink in no time with this frozen sour cherry Bellini! A delicious combination of cherries, lime, and mandarinata makes a drink you'll never forget.
Quinoa Oat Clusters with Fruit and NutsThis quinoa oat clusters with fruit and nuts recipe is super easy to make. Flatten it, bake, and once it has cooled you can break it up into granola-sized pieces!
Cherry Almond BiscottiWhether it's for breakfast or dessert, you won't be disappointed in making these cherry almond biscotti apart of your day!
Cherry Banana Nice CreamAll the fun with none of the guilt! Cherries give this dessert it's bright and inviting color, while the banana makes it as creamy as ice cream!
Antioxidant Berry Blaster SmoothieNeed to kickstart your morning? A Berry Blaster Smoothie is just what the doctor ordered. Blueberries and tart cherries are packed with flavonoids called anthocyanins, which have remarkable antioxidant power!
Flank Steak with Sautéed Cherry BBQ SauceFlank Steak with sautéed cherry BBQ sauce takes just a few minutes to cook and will surely satisfy your palate. Sautéed cherries give to this recipe a touch of sweetness which will emphasizes the flavor of the beef.
Steak Salad with Shaved Fennel and Dried CherriesSeared steak, crisp greens and fennel, tart dried cherries, and salty cheese come together in this company-worthy main-course salad. While you’re prepping the ingredients, let the steak sit at room temperature, which will help it cook more evenly.
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