#Grapefruit Recipes


Sunshine in a Bowl

By Amy Croyle
I came up with this when my sister was pregnant with her first child. She would...

Roasted Beet and Goatcheese Salad with Grapefruit Balsamic...

By Monica H
Need to go grocery shopping, but will put that off until tomorrow, so I used what...

Sweet Broiled Grapefruit

By Tracy Harrah
I was looking for a alternative way to prepare grapefruit for breakfast. I do like...

True Lemon, Lime, Orange and Grapefruit

By Kim Biegacki
I wanted to share a product with you that I use ALL the time. I use...

Chai Tea Creme Grapefruit Cupcakes

By Amy Wexler
Grapefruit and buttermilk are both high in nutrition, but create a tender texture in baked goods....

Ruby-Red Grapefruit Marmalade

By tawnis wohlers
Found this recipe in a library book. I like it and don't want to lose...

RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT JELLY

By Valerie Butler
I love making jellies. I love grapefruit and I thought, well why can't you make...

Sparkling Citrus Punchy Punch for a Party

By Vanessa "Nikita" Milare
I always try to come up with new drinks for my family, friends & co-workers. I...

Fruit Cup

By M Lally
This is a refreshing fruit cup, and is great for a brunch! I estimated the...

Pink Grapefruit Cake

By Judy Reed
We have been blessed with a load of fresh ruby red grapefruit from South Texas. ...

HONEY'D GRAPEFRUIT

By CATHIE ABRAMOWITZ
I LOVE WINTER IN ARIZONA WITH ALL THE FRESH CITRUS (WE HAVE ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT AND LEMON...

GMa's 'Squirt' Beverage for her 'lil squirts

By Diana Newton
A knock off of "Squirt" soda pop. For many years before she passed, I would cut...

Tranquillo

By Tess Geer
This delicious drink is served at Firefly, a Kimpton restaurant, in Washington DC. It's one of...

Ruby Red Grapefruit Pie

By JoSele Swopes
A Bonnie Beck and I were talking about how we love "Pucker Power" recipes and I...

Sun - Kissed Smoothie

By Cassie *
This drink is very tasty..give it a try.

Molecular Gastronomy Grapefruit Caviar

By Ashley Lemon
Molecular Gastronomy can be an amazing experience. I first tried molecular gastronomy about 2 years...

Home Made Orange Marmalade

By Marcia McCance
I love orange marmalade and usually just get the store bought variety, but found this in...

Candied Fruit

By Susan Cutler
These are addicting!! Good for kids and everyone!! No sugar if not wanted!!

Grammie's Grapefruit

By Kim Biegacki
Growing up with wonderful & amazing grandparents I have such fond memories of them. My Grammie's...

Fabulous Citrus Cucumber Water Fat Flush!!!!

By Kadijah James
It's refreshing and gentle. Kid friendly as well. The Vitamin C turns fat into fuel, the...

Hot Pomegranate Tea

By Anna B.
Pomegranate and grapefruit—what a stunning fruit pair! Pomegranate is plenteous in antioxidants, while grapefruit is abundant...

Jen's Sunset Cooler

By Jen Smallwood
a light, refreshing grapefruit drink.... Recipe Source: mine... over the years of playing with it...

Citrus Tea from the Land of Kangaroos

By Anna B.
Imagine you are at the annual Griffith Festival of Gardens. On the town's main lawn, fruity...

Caramelized Grapefruit

By Nicole P.
Excellent way to start a day with this wonderful caramelized fruit :) Incredibly delicious :)
The History of Candy Corn

The History of Candy Corn


Around Halloween bags of Candy Corn begin appearing on shelves and seeing them sparks varying reactions. It seems Candy Corn is loved or hated – and the opinions on each side are very strong. Yearly, though, it’s one of the most popular Halloween candies. It’s estimated by the National Confectioners Association that 35 million pounds […]

18 Recipes To Use up That Bag of Pretzels

18 Recipes To Use up That Bag of Pretzels


Wondering what to do with that bag of pretzels you impulsively purchased? We have the answer! From yummy homemade snack mixes to no-bake desserts to pretzel crusted chicken, you’re going to love these tasty recipes. Pretzels are a crunchy, slightly salty, and delicious addition to a variety of recipes, so let’s get cooking.

How to Make Lasagna

How to Make Lasagna


Lasagna is popular around the world. There are varying opinions of its origin. Many think its infancy is in Greece stemming from the Greek word “laganon” which refers to dough cut in strips. Proud Italians believe it has its roots in Naples, Italy. Others claim the oldest written recipe was found in a British cookbook. […]