With a stash of berries in your freezer, you can jump-start
your day with this nutritious, tasty smoothie in just minutes. It
provides vitamin C, fiber, potassium and soy protein.
A summery take on a popular Spanish and Mexican rice-based
A protein and fiber-rich drink to go.
A batch of this good-for-you refresher turns a lazy summer
afternoon into a party, with appeal for thirsty kids of all
A couple simple additions to filtered water make a great-tasting drink that leaves you and your family refreshed and healthy without the sugar or artificial sweeteners of soda.
This is a healthy revision of the jamaica drink that is common in Mexican restaurants, but which usually contains artifical sweetners and tons of sugar. You can feel good about serving this version to your kids.
Warm or cold, these delicious non-alcoholic holiday drinks are perfect
for drinking in front of the fire.
When was the last time you had real hot chocolate? You know what I mean, not that powdery stuff in a packet with crunchy little marshamallows. It doesn't count if someone made it for you, either. I just came off of a quest for the perfect hot chocolate, and it was far closer to home than I'd realized.
My family and I took an afternoon and experimented with as many hot chocolate recipes as we could find. We tried chocolates in all forms; solid, cocoa and syrup. We tested dark, milk and Dutch process. We used powdered milk, real milk, cream, powdered coffee creamer and water. Whipped cream? We used real, canned and frozen. We had great big marshmallows and tiny little ones. Cinnamon, chili powder, vanilla and masala all made their way into our concoctions. It was a real burden, but we figured somebody had to do it.
What we finally settled on as the best hot chocolate ever is nearly identical to the one my own grandmother made for my four brothers and I each morning when we would visit her. It's simple, but delicious and perfect. See what you think.