Bright and colorful, this Mango-Strawberry Smoothie recipe is delicious any time of the day. The smooth mango and tart strawberry not only compliment each other in color but are the perfect flavor combination.
Sweet strawberries, take the pucker out of fresh-squeezed lemon juice in this delicious version of classic lemonade. The addition of homemade thyme-infused simple syrup adds a delightfully herbal note.
A delicious milk-based drink made with added almonds, saffron and cardamom flavors, Badam Kesar is a soothing sip.
Sip on this refreshing tropical mango-coconut lassi made with fresh turmeric and pineapple for great flavor and color.
Dark cherry zucchini protein smoothie. This smoothie is so good and has been my go-to…
The perfect post-workout smoothie or afternoon snack packed with protein and berries. Blend up this spring sunflower butter smoothie STAT.
Whether you’re feeling tired, sick or craving something sweet, check out these smoothies that are sure to boost your mood and nutrients.
We’ve all at least heard of, it not tried, turmeric lattes, smoothies or teas. But what about an iced turmeric tea? Refresh with an energizing glass.
Bursting with anti-inflammatory turmeric, warming and lightly sweetened, this golden turmeric milk with ghee is packed with nutrients and comforting spices.
Loaded with kale, pineapple, banana and mint, this refreshing smoothie is ready to reset your tastebuds with delicious sweet flavor that doesn’t come from refined sugars.
New Yorkers craving summer weather and a tropical getaway after treading slushy sidewalks, rejoice! Broken Coconut, a new fast-casual restaurant in the Lower East Side, is serving beach to bowl goodness year-round.
It’s time to put a twist on the classic winter drink. Warm up with a big mug of this tiramisu hot cocoa, it tastes just like the Italian dessert.
If you’re hosting a gathering for guests of all ages or doing a cleanse as a part of a resolution or New Year reset, we highly suggest trying these delicious mocktail recipes. They’re lacking in alcohol, but not in flavor.
It’s that time of year again where Peppermint Mochas are in season! And although going to a local coffee shop is fun, you can make your own Homemade Peppermint Mocha at home.
Grab your blender and whip up one of these filling breakfast or snack smoothies that can be enjoyed on the go or while you recharge.
Drinkable vinegars are all the rage. They add that perfect pizzaz to your usual cocktail, they help with digestion and bring extra nutrients to your smoothie and they make plain water exciting. Here’s what you need to know.
Pure Leaf Tea, the premium tea brand opened a pop up store in Soho, New York. Offering Golden Teas, Green Lattes and Other Refreshments.
This smoothie tastes like you’re having dessert for breakfast, but is actually loaded with nutrients and summer berries.
Tangy with sweet undertones, this grapefruit agave smoothie is loaded with yogurt to keep you full and energized.
Perfectly festive for St. Patrick’s Day, this delicious dairy-free breakfast or snack matcha smoothie is packed with fruit and a nutritious handful of spinach.
Light and refreshing, this Kiwi Pear Green Smoothie is a delicious way to eat more fruit! Only four ingredients stand between you and a great morning.
A perfect winter dessert for kids and adults alike, check out this cool ice cream sweet topped with steaming hot chocolate.
Golden milk’s main ingredient is Turmeric. That’s what gives it that beautiful golden color. Turmeric has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant. Try adding this to oats, cereal, tea, coffee and smoothies. We are all looking to have a healthy start to the new year and this is the perfect recipe.
The resurgence of cocktail connoisseurs has also been a boon to the classic ingredient market. Not long ago, you could hardly find anything beyond iridescent grenadine or sweet and sour mix. Now, there’s artisanal everything, produced by some bearded fella who wears suspenders and probably rides a unicycle to and from his collective. This is great when you’re feeling lazy. However, when you’re ambitious, you take up the mantle yourself and make your own mixers. Much like Homemade Orgeat!
The cold season can be harsh on your body. Try this healing blueberry tea.
So what snacks are you putting out for Santa this Christmas? Try this cookie flavored milk sourced from dairy farms in upstate New York. Not to forget, here is also a cookie recipe to go along with it.
This season, make tea your go-to beverage when the temperatures drop down below. Here are a few hot tips to provide courtesy of ITMA (International Tea Masters Association)-certified tea sommelier and innkeeper Frankee Muller of Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bozeman, MT.
As the weather gets colder, the southern hemisphere is just starting to warm up! This mango yogurt shake is one of the drinks the people in New Zealand are sipping to stay cool.
Add great flavors like matcha, strawberry or white chocolate to your normal mug of hot cocoa for fun new flavors all winter long.
Try a delicious spiced hot chocolate with hints of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice topped with whipped cream and marshmallows.
Grab your blender and make a smoothie, but this time serve it in a bowl for a heartier, beautiful bite with great toppings and energy.
A filling smoothie that tastes like pie and has cancer-fighting properties? Yes please.
Green smoothies are incredibly healthy and an easy and quick way to get your daily intake of vitamins!
Escape to a tropical island this winter with a creamy smoothie that is great as a refreshing snack or breakfast.
The bold chocolate flavor makes for a rich cup of cocoa without being too sweet. Top with a foamy espresso whipped cream that will melt in as you sip.
You can’t go wrong with this green smoothie packed with vitamins and nutrients your body needs and flavors your tastebuds crave.
This fizzy, fermented health beverage takes a serious investment of time, but is worth it in the end when you can say you made your own kombucha.
Relax and warm yourself with a cup of rich and creamy coconut milk latte with green tea.
Try a new drink this fall that tastes like a bubbly pumpkin cider. This sweet harvest pumpkin kombucha is loaded with refreshing probiotics that are balanced with cozy fall flavors.
A healthy chocolatey smoothie filled with protein and perfect for post-workout.
A sweet, vivid treat that tastes amazing and boosts your energy.
Get ready for the holiday season with this creamy smoothie. Enjoy that beautiful gingerbread flavor that’s meant for this time of year.
Here’s a tasty sparkling apple juice that’s great for everyone. Feel fancy and boost your health at the same time.
Traveling to the exotic destinations of Kenya, Sri Lanka, India and Indonesia, discover aromatic and flavorful experiences through tea.
This heart-healthy juice doesn’t need any added sugar to taste sweet and you won’t even notice all the veggies you’re drinking.
Almond milk and cacao powder create a delicious dessert-like drink that is filling enough for a breakfast on the go.
The pineapple really sings out of this glass of juice and tastes so, so fresh along with apples and mint for a nutritious juice with tons of flavor.
Soft flavors, subtle sweetness, and a texture close to cow’s milk, a spelt and almond milk that is dairy-free without feeling like you are missing out.
Sticky-sweet caramel contrasts with the sea salt in a decadent seasonal favorite.
This fruity, creamy smoothie is packed with anti-oxidants and delicious flavors perfect for breakfast or a snack.
Learn how to make iconic butterbeer and then turn it into a float with butterscotch caramel sauce and no-churn ice cream.
Full of lovely fall flavors, this homemade pumpkin spice creamer can be made with non-dairy milks and is a great addition to your morning coffee.
Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or prefer a mug of tea and you’re on the cream team, fall and winter are the best times to get creative with creamers.
Make a creamy, bubbly, delicious Italian soda with pomegranate juice and maybe even spiked with vodka for a party cocktail.
A beautiful mocktail for a quite night in or as a elegant offering for guests of all ages.
A drinkable pumpkin pie made with almond milk and sweetened with just a hint of maple syrup. It’s filling, full of protein, fiber and is perfectly spiced.
If anyone knows tea it’s the Brits. What makes a perfect cup according to historic British author George Orwell?
Elevate the look and taste of your milk by adding herbs like lavender. Here’s a recipe for fresh almond milk that’ll have you sticking your pinky out.
Apple cider is never boring, especially when you mix things ups with a fun and refreshing nonalcoholic drink complete with pomegranate and lime juice.
With the growing variety of dairy milk substitutes becoming mainstream in recent years, it can be hard to gauge which one is right for you.