This delicious easy make slushie will take your breath away.
Made with REAL fruit, and no artificial flavors makes this a great alternative to store bought juice.
1 cup Fresh watermelon
1/2 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/3 cup granulated sugar (you can also substitute honey to make it a bit healthier)
Blend everything together, add a slice of watermelon and some fresh mint for garish! Seriously guys, so good.
I love the sweet-sour twist that the green Apple added to this morning’s smoothie!
The 4 simple ingredients make this an easy smoothie to throw together on your way out the door.
2 green apples
1/2 cup Pink Colada juice (this is what I have in the fridge, but it would also taste great with Mango juice.)
Add ice, your favorite fruity garnish and blend! Maybe a colorful mini umbrella too if you’re feeling fancy.
I’ve been making fresh fruit smoothies every morning for 3 years now, and this is by far the most delicious one I’ve ever created.
1 tsp vanilla creamer
1/2 cup apple juice
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup ice
It has a very rich and creamy flavor to it. The perfect way to kick off a beautiful Sunday morning before church!
One of my best friends gave me this deliciously simple tea recipe the last time I drove up to see her in San Bernadino.
I’m NOT a big fan of tea, however I had a tickle in my throat that weekend- so she gave me this tea. She made it with leave from her freshly grown mint plant. I surprisingly enjoyed this delicate combination and had to blog about my first positive tea experience.
Tea-sperience (I’m officially making this a word.)
Unfortunately, I failed miserably at growing my own mint plant at home (my thumbs are obviously not green… they’re hot pink.) Thank our beautiful Lord that Trader Joes is just a few minutes away, and carries pre-packaged mint leaves.
4-6 Mint leaves
1 cup of water
1-2 tsp of honey
1 cute cup
A warm blanket and your favorite movie!
Heat water, combine ingredients, wait 2 minutes for flavors to dissolve, then drink and relax!
This honey-mint tea tastes the absolute best with real honey. However, I am currently out of all natural/organic honey; which I purchased from the farmers market last month (yay support your local farmers.) Until next week’s farmers market, this artificial bear stuff will have to suffice. I recommend going out of your way to your local farmers market and getting your own real honey as well.
Try it out!
Easy, healthy and will warm your heart/mind/soul.