Down Mexico way, chia fresca is a pretty common beverage—a spoonful of chia seeds stirred into a mixture of water, lime juice, and sweetener.
Today, naturally decaffeinated, stevia-sweetened teas are one of our favorite alternatives to juice—this is one of our favorites!
I still make the occasional carrot cake, but carrot cake in a glass is much more common.
Nut and seed milks have been our saving grace. When our son was 14 months old, chronic sinusitis and GI…
I love smoothies for the reason that they can pack and hide so much in them. In this Peter Rabbit Smoothie a whole handful of parsley is camouflaged by a host of other vegetables and fruit.
This Lemon Aide Smoothie is loaded with vitamin C and is clean and refreshing! It’s become one of my favorites and hope it becomes one of yours, too.
The ingredient in this frosty Squashberry Smoothie pull together to do what a good cleansing smoothie should do—aid in the elimination of toxins and waste from the body.
Popular in Mexico and with origins dating back to ancient Egypt, here’s a recipe for how to make horchata—a cashew version.
This Creamy Pumpkin Smoothie is loaded with vitamin A and antioxidant carotenoids and is a good source of vitamins C, K and E, and lots of minerals, including magnesium, potassium and iron. I’ll drink to that!
Treat yourself to a zero-calorie Apricot Spritzer. This perfectly refreshing beverage gets even better with a twist of lime and a sprig of mint.
This green Pirate Smoothie happens to be one of his favorites and he loves showing off his green teeth after the first sip.
I’ve found myself yawning through the produce section of the grocery store lately. At the same time I’ve found myself dreaming of opening day at the farmers’ market.