Get all the health benefits of aloe and chia seeds along with the hydrating benefits of coconut water and you have one fantastic drink. Adding frozen cherries and blueberries makes it extra pretty. This morning drink will help you feel hydrated for hours.
This rich vegan chocolate mousse is super easy to make, and absolutely divine. Thank you to California-based belly dancer Cera Byer for sharing the ingredients of this recipe!
This simple and fancy vegan dessert has no added sugar, but so much sweetness. It is great finger food for parties or an after dinner treat. Try peaches, cherries or other fruit wrapped in a delicious soft date.
Makes 2 nice size glasses 1 cup of fresh pineapple (big chunks are fine if you have a Vitamix or other good blender) 1 cup of chilled mint tea (mint sprigs work, but mint tea is better) 1 cup of ice Combine all ingredients in a blender until frothy and enjoy quickly before it separates again. Yum!
It doesn't get any simpler than this! Next time you have ripe cherries and fresh mint, take out a sturdy glass and muddle them. Top it off with some cool water and you have a delicious, healthy, natural, sugar-free drink.
Nature has already made these fruits perfect, so all we have to do is add water and blend them up! There's no need to add anything else to this healthy smoothie. Papayas are usually pretty big, so you can peel, seed and cube one and freeze the leftovers for later. The same goes for pineapple.
Just combine these four ingredients in a blender, drink, and feel yourself getting healthier. Here is the magical ratio for one big glass or two smaller glasses: 1 apple cored (no need to peel) Juice and zest from 1/2 a lemon 1/4 cup of loosely packed fresh parsley 1 cup of water It's that easy. No juicer required for deliciousness, and unlike juice in this shake you get the fiber from the fruit and herbs as well as the natural sugars. Enjoy!