Easy Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls

These Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls are so yummy and quick to make. Ingredients:•Dough•1 sweet potato 2 1/2 tbsp butter1/2 cup self rising flourSprinkles of cinnamon Sprinkles of sugar •Glaze•1 tbsp butter1 tbsp waterSprinkles of powdered sugar (This recipe is for 1 medium sized sweet potato- double if using 2 and so on, add a littleContinue reading “Easy Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls”

Fantastic Fungi

Like most things in nature, I’m intrigued by mushrooms. There are a lot of different species with unique characteristics. So many are still unstudied and even undiscovered. The mushrooms that have been researched provide tons of benefits for us and our planet. I watched an interesting documentary on Netflix, a few months ago, called FantasticContinue reading “Fantastic Fungi”

Jewelweed

This plant is sometimes called touch-me-not because of its exploding seed pods. The plant below is what I think of when I hear touch-me-not. It closes up when it’s touched. I like the name Jewelweed because it looks shiny and silvery underwater, like a jewel. Jewelweed is great for poison ivy I don’t get it,Continue reading “Jewelweed”

Hostas

Hostas are also often called Plantain Lilies. They are a symbol of devotion. The entire plant is edible to humans, but toxic to cats, dogs and horses. They are part of the asparagaceae family so, not surprisingly, their shoots taste similar to asparagus. Actually, they may contain more minerals than asparagus and other well knownContinue reading “Hostas”

Quick, Easy Corn on the Cob

Do you hate shucking corn? I do. That’s why I haven’t in years! Instead of wasting time shucking, you can prepare corn on the cob easily with this quick method 👌 For 2 Ears of Corn1. Cut off the ends2. Microwave, uncovered 4 minutes3. Use a hot pad to squeeze and remove the husk fromContinue reading “Quick, Easy Corn on the Cob”

Mulberries

Aside from tasting great, here are a few other ways mulberries, their leaves and root bark are all beneficial. They contain vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and anticancer properties. They can reduce inflammation, cholesterol, blood sugar, and grey hair. Mulberries promote an even, healthy skin tone, liver, kidneys, eyes, immune system. They can also increase blood circulation,Continue reading “Mulberries”

Strawberry Roses

These roses are fun and easy to make. Kids can create their own fruit flowers with a butter knife. This activity is perfect for date night, anniversaries, birthdays, to be given as a gift or just for fun. A bouquet of strawberries ❤🍓🌹 On the Edge . Traffic Jam

Dandelions

Dandelions contain high amounts of vitamins and minerals. They can be made into tea or added to salads. Sap from the stems can be used to alleviate itchy insects bites or stings. It treats acne, eczema, warts and other skin conditions. Dandelions can eliminate toxins and cellulite, improve digestion and lower cholesterol. These plants areContinue reading “Dandelions”

Ground Ivy

This tiny little lawn flower is full of health benefits. Ground Ivy can be made into a tea to treat a cough, sore throat, ear infection, cold or flu. It can be applied topically to improve skin appearance and feel. It’s high in vitamin c and can be added to salads. It is also beingContinue reading “Ground Ivy”

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