This refreshing iced tea is very low in sugar, making it a much healthier alternative to store bought varieties. Try different types of tea to suit your taste, including naturally decaffeinated green tea.
Indian and Moroccan sharbats are distantly related to the sherbets which are familiar to Westerners. They were introduced by the Moghul emperors who invaded India over the North West Frontier in the 16th century. You can buy ginger puree in supermarkets,…
Refresh Your Morning - After a morning workout, reward yourself with one of these delicious almond and fruit drinks.
Fruity, thick and nutty! A great way to have a breakfast on the run. Blend it up and take it with you. Enjoy this drink full of calcium and protien!The raisins are the sweetener but if you like it sweeter you can add some sugar or honey. Freeze the…
Combine all ingredients in a blender; process until smooth. Makes 4 cups. Nutrition information per one cup (250 ml) serving: 155 calories, 0.8 g fat, 0 g sat fat, 4 g protein, 39 mg sodium, 3.7 g fibre, 36 g carbohydrate
1. Prepare papaya, gingerroot. Put in blender. 2. Pour in liquid (soymilk and yogurt). Blend up until mixed. Add in mint & honey. Blend again. Makes 2 servings.
Chai is an Indian spiced-tea beverage that is enjoyed both hot and iced. Dried orange rind and ginger add even more flavour. Present this mix with a pretty teacup and the recipe for Chai Tea for Four (see below).
Frozen pitted cherries makes this smoothie cool and frosty! Perfect for a hot summer day.
Perfect for springtime parties, wedding and bridal showers.
You can prepare the cranberry mixture for this smoothie ahead of time. Let it cool to room temperature, then chill until ready to use. To make one smoothie at a time, use 1/2 cup of the cranberry mixture, 2/3 cup yogurt, 1/3 cup frozen blueberries, 2 ice…