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Why does it always seem to happen that the most cherished and memory-filled recipes of our youth also happen to be the worst for us? Need an example? My grandmother’s strawberry icebox pie.
The strawberry: red, juicy, delicious…it’s like nature’s little heart. Since Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and anything red and heart shaped is appropriate around this time, I wanted to explore some unique ways that you can incorporate this tasty fruit into your daily beauty routine. Packed with nutrients and benefits, check out these three simple recipes that will help you look your best on Valentine’s day! Read More
This recipe idea came to me one day when I was out for drinks with a couple friends sipping on sangria. The restaurant we were at made a carbonated sangria. Sipping it down, I had a stroke of genius right then and there. I wondered what it would be like to use Kombucha instead of whatever club soda/sprite type thing they used (Kombucha is a fermented drink said to bolster immunity and be good for one’s health). So a week later I tried it out. It still had that fruity flavor with a kick of bubbles like the one at the restaurant, and the Kombucha served as a nice contribution to keep it from getting too sweet. It was also extremely easy to make. Needless to say, it’s delicious, and I stand by my statement that the idea was truly a stroke of genius. Let me know if you agree =)
3 Cups Fruit Juice (I used cranberry/rassberry)
6oz Pineapple Juice
2 Cups red wine or non alcoholic wine
2 Cups Sliced Strawberries
2 Cups Sliced Pineapple
Pour it all into a pitcher, mix, and chill!
There are many highlights to summer, but one of my favorites is fresh fruit! It’s probably the easiest thing to prepare, tastes amazing, and can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert. =)
2 Large mangoes
1 ½ tsp Sugar
- Peel & dice mangoes. * Mangoes have a tough center, like with pineapple, which you’ll want to cut around.
- Dice strawberries & slice banana.
- Sprinkle sugar
- Cut lime in half & squeeze juice from entire thing onto the salad.
- Let it set in the fridge for at least an hour.
You can eat the salad plain, or mix it into Greek yogurt like I did for breakfast one morning. There are so many ways to go about serving it – get creative!