Let’s talk about photography locations for a hot second.
This stump has been my muse lately. (Yes, this post may or may not be about a stump. No worries. We will get to the Strawberry Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt Sundae in a bit.) The moss and baby ferns that inhabit this stump are what I admire most about it in the spring. I couldn’t wait to get my camera on it for a picnic setting. This time of year is also the season for rhubarb and great prices on strawberries! So here is what happened.
For your viewing pleasure… The recipe in motion and fond family memories 🙂 Three-year-old me makes a special appearance at the end while my brother and cousin fight over the rhubarb patch.
This Strawberry Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt Sundae!
I have to say I am equally excited about this Frozen Yogurt Sundae as the location I shot it! Hard to believe, I know. I get pretty amped up when it comes to good food and photography. When I find something I love, I tend to obsess over it. As you may have read in the previous post, I am eating this sundae for the third time in two days. Check out the two sundaes in the photo below…
I ate them. I’m still eating more.
Photography Props Tip
If you are an antique shopper like I am… just a little shout out here. I bought this bronze tray at a new antique store I’ve been going to: Marshfield Mercantile. If you are in the area, check them out. The owner Kelly is the sweetest. Also, in the middle of the store, they have a darling lounge area set up where you can hang out and drink coffee. It is so welcoming!
Four Ingredients and Done
Okay, done dishing about the dishes. Back to this Strawberry Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt Sundae. The steps here are so simple and yet the results are so delicious. That is why I had to make it its own post! Start by making this quick Strawberry Rhubarb Chia Jam. (You can freeze the leftovers). Get the rest of the recipe below and enjoy!
Don’t wait for a special occasion, create one!
Strawberry Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt Sundae
- 4 cups Vanilla Frozen Yoghurt
- 4 tbsp Strawberry Rhubarb Chai Seed Jam (link in notes) Make a big batch and freeze!
- 2 tbsp Honey
- 4 tbsp Granola
- Make Easy Strawberry Rhubarb Chia Jam
- Divide equally in 4 dishes and enjoy!
P.S. Here is another shot I did for a separate business of mine where I photographed on this stump with baby ferns. It truly has so many beautiful textures! Am I wrong to be obsessing?
Do me a favor and comment below now if you love food and photography as much as I do and would love to hear more about this process!0