We loved this drink as kids, I mean, what kid doesn't love sugar filled red soda drinks with brightly colored sweet cherries in it?! This recipe still has sugar but it's much better for you than the original version. Try it out and let us know what you think!
Watermelon is here and so is summer, time for some refreshing drinks. Whip this up for your next BBQ, Birthday Party, Picnic, family gathering or just for a thirst-quenching taste-bud tingling day at home!
Bust out the blender and whip up this refreshing icy drink. It has the tartness of lemon, tanginess of lime and hint of sweetness to bring the perfect balance to your tastebuds. Fresh lemons and limes provide vitamin C and antioxidants to help heal from the inside out. You can try swapping maple syrup, honey or frozen green grapes instead of Simple Syrup for a healthier alternati...
What a fun and delicious twist on this traditional treat! Now that warm weather is approaching and strawberry season has started it is a perfect time to put this recipe into action. Try it at your next backyard gathering or camping trip and let us know what you think!
Limeade? Yum. Cucumber water? Yum. Combine them and you get an amazingly refreshing drink that will have your guests raving and wanting more. Cucumber supports healthy skin by soothing your skin from the inside out with it's beneficial Pantothenic Acid or vitamin b-5. Lime helps fight inflammation, improves digestion and also rejuvenates the skin. What a winning combo!
As the weather gets warmer we start to crave cold drinks.. refreshing, thirst-quenching Iced Cold Lemonade comes to mind. BUT it's usually filled with processed sugar and, thus, sometimes we refrain from indulging. This recipe has NO refined sugar, is mostly sweetened with fruit and a little raw honey. You can even cut it down with some sparkling water and make a light and bubbly...
• spiced simple syrup – place one cup of water and one cup of coconut sugar in a sauce pan over medium heat, heat and stir until sugar is dissolved. while it’s still hot mix in 1/2 teaspoon each of the following – cinnamon, ginger, cloves and cardamom. stir until dissolved. set aside to cool
Not only does this look and taste amazing but it alsooffers all of the good immune boosting properties from the Vitamin C in the Oranges and Probiotics from the Greek Yogurt! Enjoy this smoothie for breakfast, lunch, dinner or desert ;)
This healthy treat will almost make you feel guilty eating it. But dont'! Chia seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium. This recipe is dairy free and sweetened with the unprocessed sweetener of maple syrup (or an alternative of choice, below)!