Drink. I love lemonade in the summer!
I found this recipe a while ago and make it every time I have a watermelon. It is really refreshing and my kids love it! 8 cups cubed and seeded watermelon 1 cup strawberries, halved 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice 1 cup white sugar 2 cups water (you may substitute Sprite or 7-up instead of water) Combine all the ingredients and blend until it is smooth (you may have to do it in 2 batches!) Watermelon Frosty! ..or Margarita. I've been planning on making this Watermelon Frosty recipe for a while now.
But it seemed every time we had fresh watermelon in the house it was gobbled up in just a few hours. Fresh, juicy watermelon has that instant gratification effect on people. Kinda like freshly baked bread, warm oven cookies, hot pizza or a bowl of cherries. Greena Colada Smoothie. Ever since we got the Blendtec a few months ago, we have turned into a green-smoothie-slurping family! The blender was a gift to my husband from his loving wife… and I will never, not in a trillion, million years, live it down!! Frozen Coconut Limeade. Cocktail Hour: Grapefruit Mojito & Chicken Satay. Cooking is always more fun with a cocktail in hand!
;) Central Iowa tapped out at a toasty 78 degrees again today, which inspired me to whip up a refreshing, ice-cold Grapefruit Mojito to sip on while making dinner this evening. Now, you might think you don’t like grapefruit. Strawberry Nutella Poptarts. Friday, February 10, 2012 Strawberry Nutella Poptarts* In almost 24 hours I am going to be on live television.
Seriously. I have no idea what I am going to wear or say….and I’m pretty sure the producer over at Good Morning Jacksonville has no idea what she has gotten herself into. Sure, I’m great on the blog…but give me a big camera sending out a live feed, a sharp knife and my foot in mouth tendencies… well I am sure it’s going to go splendidly. While I may not have it all figured out just yet, I have decided that I will talk like Julia Child and only refer to myself in third person. First, take some store bought pie dough. Roll out the pie dough till it’s pretty thin.
On one pie dough rectangle, spread a layer of Nutella. Cut a strawberry slice into the shape of a heart (slice a strawberry lengthwise into slices and then curve out the stop with a paring knife to create the heart shape). Frozen Hot Chocolate! Today’s post is from Adrianne and Caroline of A Cozy Kitchen.
Their blog is so full of mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs, you could spend hours in there trying to figure out what to try first. They picked the perfect warm weather treat to share with us today: Frozen Hot Chocolate Milkshake from TK member MamaFoodie. Top 10 Rated Drinks on Whats That Drink? Free Mixed Drink Recipes! Most Popular Cocktails, Shots and Non-Alcoholic Drinks - StumbleUpon. Orange Dream Milkshake. Orange Dream Milkshakes As a kid, I always loved orange creamsicles.
I hadn’t had them in a while, and while browsing the ice cream aisle with my son, he pointed and screamed for the orange popsicles that looked like lizards. At the discount grocery where we were shopping, the store brand orange creamsicles had pictured on the box the cartoon head, feet and tail of a little bright green lizard. My son was instantly attracted to the cute lizards. He’s obsessed with the little guys. We went through our orange creamsicles way too fast, and I wanted to make something else that had the same flavor, so I thought milkshakes would be the perfect thing.
Orange Dream Milkshakes Ingredients 6 oz orange juice frozen concentrate, half of a 12 oz container 16 oz vanilla ice cream 1 cup milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla whipped cream for garnish Method 1. 2. Bring home these flavors: 18 Copycat Recipes, from Starbucks to MacDonald’s! "One Good Thing" by Jillee: Sassy Water! I'll Drink To That! Schizandra Tea - 15 Creative Alternatives to Coffee - Shape Magazine - Page 12.
50 Smoothies : Recipes and Cooking : Food Network - StumbleUpon. Sex, Cigars & Booze Lifestyle Magazine - StumbleUpon. Green Monster Smoothies. Interesting title, huh? This is part of Judah’s breakfast practically every morning. Judah is a great eater, but I have found it difficult to get enough green veggies into him each day. He loves carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, etc. But, when it comes to the leafy greens, I just can’t figure him out. It was a while ago that I first heard about the Green Monster movement . I love that the spinach is evident by a beautiful green color, yet doesn’t impact the flavor of the smoothie hardly at all.
Judah drinks an entire travel cup of this every day and still asks for more. You can use any type of leafy green, but I’ve found spinach is the least taste altering. *Note: You can basically use any combination of frozen fruit, however, if you use other colors like red raspberries or strawberries, your smoothie will turn brown. Handful of fresh baby spinach Handful of frozen diced pineapple Handful of frozen sliced peaches or diced mango 1 banana, peeled and cut up Source: Adapted from Annie's Eats.