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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Farmers' Almanac Desserts

Lavender Ice Cream

Lavender Ice Cream

This unconventional homemade treat is sure to satisfy!

June 2013
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Marshmallow Crème Fruit Dip

Marshmallow Crème Fruit Dip

A sweet, creamy, decadent addition to your favorite fresh fruit.

May 2013
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Cinnamon Pretzels

Cinnamon Pretzels

Salty, sweet, and delicious. No one will be able to resist this simple snack!

April 2013
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Jelly Beans

Jelly Beans

Make your own natural jellybeans!

March 2013
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Marshmallow Chicks

Marshmallow Chicks

Make your own sweet, fluffy marshmallow chicks!

March 2013
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Cream Eggs

Cream Eggs

Make your own sweet, delicious cream eggs for Easter.

March 2013
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Irish Stout Cake

Irish Stout Cake

A rich, delicious dessert for St. Patrick’s Day or any day!

March 2013
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Oatmeal Muffins

Oatmeal Muffins

Start your day with these sensational muffins!

February 2013
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Maple Rice Pudding

Maple Rice Pudding

Enjoy this sweet, soothing treat!

February 2013
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