posts tagged "beverages"
Posted on June 3, 2008
We are in the middle of our little league baseball tourney (presently in quarterfinals) and play tonight to see if we can advance to the semis. My older son has been playing first base while the little one is bat boy.
We have had much fun, though it is getting quite competitive and the team we are playing tonight (the Nationals) is known as the meanest in the league. We have played them twice and lost both times so […]
Posted on May 2, 2008
Cashew milk is my new favorite. I use it in smoothies and tea or splashed over a bowl full of granola.
Smooth, creamy and naturally sweet, this milk offers a much needed respite from the ubiquitous almond, which reigns supreme in my kitchen –unlike my almond milk recipe, this cashew milk does not require any straining. It is a cinch to make. Quick and easy, I like to have a quart of cashew milk ready in the fridge at all […]
Posted on October 7, 2007
With just a few basic healthy ingredients, this homemade chai is easy, delicious and inexpensive.
Today was the first day since June that I did not wear my flip flops. That means only one thing: the cold weather is here.
Although yesterday was warm and sunny, today we will dip down to a low of 35 degrees! For me, this chilly weather calls for one of my favorite beverages: homemade chai. With just a few basic ingredients, this recipe is […]
Posted on September 30, 2007
This homemade, gluten free Almond Milk is a natural, dairy free milk alternative.
Almond milk is one of my favorite drinks. Rich and creamy, it’s easy to make and super nourishing. While almond milk is a good alternative beverage for those on a dairy-free kick or raw food plan, I think it’s just plain delicious, whatever your dietary predilection! My children drink it by the glassful, while I drink it in my tea and blend it up in smoothies.
I used […]
Posted on August 7, 2007
I have been guzzling gallons of my favorite summer beverage during this hot spell. It’s another easy one, and better yet, has no sugar or artificial sweeteners.
How’s that possible? See for yourself…
2 quarts water
¼ cup lemon juice (fresh squeezed)
4 dropper-fulls stevia
Fill a 2 quart mason jar with water, almost to the top, leaving 2 inches of space for other ingredients
Add lemon juice and 4 dropper-fulls of stevia
Serve cold, over ice, with a slice of lemon
This delicious […]
Posted on February 6, 2007
Warm and healing ginger licorice root tea for colds and adrenal health.
This Ayurvedic recipe for Ginger Licorice Tea is a life saver, or least a throat saver.
When it gets cold outside and our throats begin to get a bit scratchy, I put up a pot of ginger licorice tea. Sweet and spicy, the boys love it on a cold day. The last time they went up skiing, they asked me to put some in a thermos for them.