Bee Pollen Smoothie - 6 Easy Raw Food Recipes to Try - Shape Magazine - Page 4. This simple smoothie recipe is a great way to introduce bee pollen into your diet.
However, there are many ways of incorporating these amazing golden granules into your everyday foods. Sprinkle it on your morning cereal or lunch-time salad, top your desserts, add to salad dressing, or fold it into your raw food snacks. Ingredients: serves 2 1 cup nut milk (or other milk) 1 cup blueberries (frozen are fine) 1 frozen banana, in 3 or 4 chunks 1 Medjool date, pitted (optional) 1 hunk of fresh ginger, peeled and chopped 1 tsp. bee pollen (to start, work up to 1 Tbsp.)
Directions: 1. Put everything in a blender and whir it up! Recipe courtesy of My New Roots You can use your keyboard to see the next slide ( ← previous, → next) All taste as amazing as they look. Promo Subtitle Image Alt Text Title Text 6 Easy Raw Food Recipes to Try Media Root By Sarah Britton. Green Pumpkin Smoothie.
Hope you're all having a wonderful Friday ;] I've been making HH's Pumpkin Smoothie into a Green Smoothie lately and I thought I'd share with you! It's not very autumn like in Saint Maarten but my friends have started telling me that it's cooling down back home. You should definitely ease your way into eating pumpkin things..starting..now! HH's Pumpkin Pie Green SmoothieServes: 1 Ingredients:1 Full Serving of Dates (This is different depending on the product you buy, ours is 5-6 dates for 120 calories)1/4 cup Pureed Pumpkin1/2 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice1/2 cup Water or Non-Dairy Milk2 Handfuls Spinach. Pumpkin (pie) Smoothie. How to Make Iced Coffee. Judging by my love of both pumpkin and lattes, you’d think I’d be all about some Starbucks’ pumpkin spice lattes.
But surprise, surprise, I’m not. I think they’re disgusting. But let’s be clear. I love pumpkin. And I really, really love lattes. I make a lot of pumpkin things. Iced Coffee. Fall is the perfect time of year for many reasons, one of which is the ability to be comfortable while wearing jeans and still drinking an iced coffee drink. Only problem is, I don’t have a barista living in my kitchen. Or do I? Step 1. I was always a little confused why Starbucks didn’t make decaf iced coffee, since they always have a pot of decaf sitting around anyways. Mix 1 1/3 cup coffee grounds with 8 cups cold water. In the AM, straining the liquid out of the coffee grounds. You can skip this next step, but I hear it’s all the rage. Step 2. Boil a can of coconut milk with a tablespoon or so of agave nectar. How Sweet It Is - StumbleUpon.
Jolly Rancher Vodka Tutorial. Chai Concentrate « munchin with munchkin. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with warm drinks.
I’ll drink almost anything in a mug! Chai tea is no exception. Nothing warms the soul like a cup of this fragrant Indian beverage. I’ve always boiled the spices directly in my milk, however I decided to try making a concentrated version with water. A concentrate is much more flexible, as you can mix it with milk or soy/nut milk. 5 cups water10 bags of black tea (I used a mixture of orange pekoe and English breakfast)2 cinnamon sticks1 vanilla bean, sliced in half½ cup brown sugar12 whole cloves9 cardamon pods½ Tsp freshly ground nutmeg2 star anise pods½ Tsp black peppercorns8 corriander seeds½ Tsp ground allspice1 Tbsp orange zest1 inch piece of ginger, sliced into discs1 Tbsp. honey (optional) In a large pot, bring water to a rapid boil. Remove from heat, stir in honey and let stand 10 minutes. Line a sieve with cheesecloth and strain concentrate. Store concentrate in a sealable container in the fridge for up to two weeks.
Enjoy! Related posts: Rosario's Rumpope (Ecuadorian Holiday Eggnog) Pumpkin Pie Martini. Cocoa Raspberry Heaven. Warm Apple Pie Cocktail. Uncle Billy's Holiday Treat. Hot Buttered Rum. Sangria.