Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Week 22 reading plan Psalm 1 through 39
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday Psalm 1-9, Tuesday Psalm 10-17,
Wednesday Psalm 18, Thursday Psalm 19-22,
Friday Psalm 23-29, Saturday Psalm 30-34,
Sunday Psalm 35-39
The calendar tells me that we are only a week away from the 4th of July. Is that possible? What happened to June? Summer 1/3 over? Is it only me that is having a hard time wrapping my head around July knocking at the door? Whew! Well, I had better get to gettin’ some celebration-worthy recipes for you! A week away means we are already making lists, planning menus and deciding who, what and where!
Earlier this month I found myself with raspberries, fresh blueberries, and blackberries all on hand. I had company coming for dinner and was aching to use up the berries. It has been several years since I made a fruit pizza but love the berries combined with cream cheese on a sugar cookie crust. For my summer berries it just doesn’t get better than fruit pizza. Some fruit pizza recipes start with the sugar cookie dough you can buy in a roll and bake. That works well, but I gotta tell you, making it from scratch takes maybe 10 minutes plus the baking time. AND it tastes so much better.
Once baked and cooled a cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla mixture is spread around the entire cookie, leaving just a little crust around the edge.
Then the creative part begins. I thought mine turned out especially pretty, with fruit placed in a nice circular pattern around the pizza. WRONG!
Mine actually looks … predictable. I really didn’t know that until this past weekend when my 13-year-old granddaughter was visiting and we decided to make a fruit pizza … for breakfast! (Ya, and it is yummy for breakfast!) We had fresh peaches, bananas, blueberries and strawberries. I asked Tayler if she would do the decorating. Her creativity immediately took over and she carefully, lovingly, and thoughtfully placed each piece of fruit. I watched with amazement as she started with a blueberry design and then filled in with other colors. The result very pretty, extremely tasty and a pizza that popped with color. See for yourself …
Thank you Tayler, it was fun making breakfast with you! Dessert or breakfast — you choose! A wonderful addition to any 4th of July celebration!
Blessings and Happy Cooking! ~Catherine