If you’re not planning on flying on the back of a mountain banshee anytime soon, be sure to check out this quick and easy tutorial on how to create your own Night Blossom drink at home for Avatar night.
We’ve got a great, no-added-sugar recipe for Orange Julius today on the blog! Enjoy a refreshing drink in the heat of summer and feel good about offering it to the kids.
Fall is definitely my favorite season. A big part of why it’s my favorite are all the flavors of fall. My mouth starts watering right around when Labor Day comes to an end and doesn’t stop for months! If you share my passion for fall flavors, you’ll LOVE these non-alcoholic fall drinks. They are like autumn in a cup! Enjoy!
Hi there! Sierra here from The Blue Robin Cottage! Brrrrrrrr! Winter just got real in Idaho! We’ve already had our first snow which can only mean one thing … hot chocolate time! Sometimes cozying up with a mug of hot chocolate is the perfect way to warm up.
We decided to kick off the winter weather season with a super fun hot chocolate bar! We used NEW International Delight Milk Chocolate Hot Chocolate. It was super rich and creamy and all I had to do was heat it up in the microwave! No hot chocolate powder clumps! Super easy and yummy!
Hi all! Sierra here from The Blue Cottage! Since this season is the perfect time of the year to focus on gratitude, I’m showing you how to make a cute little gift idea you can share with a neighbor, friend, teacher or even your mailman/lady to let them know how much you appreciate them in your life. My kids helped me put these sweet little hot chocolate snow globes together, so it’s a great activity to involve the whole family and it only takes 3 easy steps!
Hi friends, Becky here again from Bite of Delight! I’m so excited to share this recipe with you today, because it’s one of my favorite treats that takes me down memory lane. It’s creamy and delicious, and just the right amount of chocolatey. In other words, it’s perfection. Frozen Hot Chocolate is the perfect treat for a hot summer day! All the deliciousness of a warm mug of hot cocoa, but it’s cold and refreshing!
The weather is finally starting to warm up here in Utah. Hallelujah! Bring on the BBQs and outdoor parties! I hope I’m not the only one, but when I get asked to bring something to a party there are certain food items I’m comfortable making and others that I avoid like the plague. “Sure, I’ll bring a dessert and chips and a bowl of fruit, no problem! Oh, you want me to bring a pasta or potato salad? Actually, I’m going to be sick that day…” 😉 Side salads have really never been my thing, and neither have DRINKS. Yeah, I can pick up a few bottles of soda, but I’d rather have it be something special and the drink section in my recipe binder is slim to say the least! If your collection of drink recipes could use some bulking up as well, check out these 22 non-alcoholic party drinks and try one out next time you find yourself saying yes to, “Will you bring the drinks??”
Hey there friends! It’s Liz from Liz on Call. I’m excited to be back this month to share with you a yummy drink recipe! I know that in most parts of the country it’s just barely spring. But here in AZ we are already “enjoying” 90 degree weather. The summer has rushed in, like usual, which means I am thinking in terms of summer entertaining already. There is nothing that says classic summer gathering than a BBQ with fresh lemonade. I thought it would be fun however, to put a twist on a the classic, and created this kiwi mint lemonade.
Spring is finally here! There’s nothing like welcoming the sunshine and warmer temps with a refreshing beverage. This cucumber limeade slush is one of my go-to recipes for parties and showers. It’s always a hit! The recipe is so simple so it’s an easy one to pass along.
Sore throats have been rampant at my house. The minute we think it’s clearing up, it’s back and worse than ever. Bleh. I recently stumbled across a recipe for Russian Tea. I had never tried it before, but it sounded nice, hot, and maybe even soothing for our sore throats. But, most of the recipes I found had Tang in it and that sounded kinda icky, but I loved the idea of a citrus cider, as opposed to apple cider, which I had been drinking daily. I finally found a recipe that didn’t use Tang and I was so excited… but, I didn’t love it. So, I did what I usually do… call my gourmet-chef-mother and beg her for help. She had just the recipe for me and I love it.
Ever since becoming a mother I have put my children and household first, and myself last on the list of things to take care of. But, I have come to the realization that taking care of myself is doing what’s best for my kids. That’s why I’ve decided to exercise at least three times each week and eat more good-for-you whole foods.
I’m sure many of you can relate to my situation. I mean … it’s really hard to get all of the fresh fruits, vegetables, and nutrients required to stay healthy; especially with little ones running around! That’s why many of my meals (especially lunches) end up being of the smoothie variety…
Hi everyone, it’s Holly from Bits of Everything again. We have had a huge harvest with our garden this year, did you? We have a garden that is about 30 ft by 60 ft, plus an orchard with 9 fruit trees and raspberries and strawberries. I love it all, but it is a lot of work too. My very favorite thing we harvested this year is peaches! 4 of my 9 fruit trees are peaches, all different kinds. One tree gave us over 200 peaches!! Yay! I have bottled peaches, made peach fruit leather, peach pie, peach dessert, and peach jam, and still had some to share with my family and friends! This year I tried one new peach recipe — Peach Syrup.