Keeping your kids happy during a long road trip can be a bit of a challenge. As such, during your next road trip, try out these family-friendly games, which can entertain your whole crew and make the ride go by faster.
Perfect for families with small children, this game involves naming items in a category, such as fruits, TV shows and animals. Each person takes a turn naming an item, starting with the first letter of the alphabet and continuing to the last letter or until someone can’t think of anything.
Make a scavenger hunt or find one online for the car ride. Your kids can then look out their windows for barns, state signs, green trucks and more during your road trip.
The license plate game
This classic game is one that everyone can play during your road trip. Look for a license plate from each state throughout either a single road trip or the entire year.
Would you rather
For this fun game, propose two scenarios, and see which one your family members would choose. These scenarios can be as simple or as wacky as you want to pass the time.
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One of the best parts of summer is the promise of berries fresh off the bush. Here are just a few recipes with fresh berries to celebrate the end of this warm-weather season.
Blueberries and muffins go together like peanut butter and jelly. This recipe from Paula Deen takes less than an hour from getting your ingredients out to having fresh muffins sitting on counter. Grab your kids and have them help out. Pairs great with a cup of tea.
Blackberry Pie Bars
For a standout cookout dessert, grab some blackberries. This recipe has a simple list of ingredients and even calls for frozen blackberries, meaning it can be a fall or winter treat as well. Easy directions allow for baking the day of the meal or the day before for even more convenience. A glass of cold milk makes for a total package.
If you’re short on time but still want to sink your spoon into a berry-themed creation, try this recipe from Food Network. The parfaits come together quickly, and you’ll need just three ingredients: yogurt, berries, and granola.
Blackberry Hoisin Ginger Pork Tenderloin
Try something new with berries and enhance the savory flavors of pork. This recipe pairs brined pork tenderloin with blackberries, ginger, and hoisin sauce. Together it creates a sweet, salty, and savory dish that will transport you with its exotic flavors.
Try one or more of these scrumptious recipes to savor the dwindling days of summer — then stop by Wilson Chevrolet to test-drive a shiny new Chevy vehicle.