This Easy Homemade Ginger Beer Recipe is healthy, spicy, fizzy and delicious! Perfect for holiday cocktails like Moscow Mule or the Dark ‘n’ Stormy!
Paired with a light and fruity Beaujolais, these soft, gluten free, Sweet Potato-Ginger Cupcakes with a ginger frosting are a delightful way to end any supper or holiday gathering.
With a flaky almond crust, these stunning tarts with apricot preserves and ginger are the perfect sweet treat for a special brunch or Mother’s Day celebration.
With refreshing fizz, this cocktail is stirred with a ginger syrup and spiced rum. It’s perfectly simple and just what you need at the end of the week.
Take your butternut squash soup to a whole new flavor and healing level with the addition of sweet pears and spicy ginger.
It’s easy to prepare and full of great Asian flavors. You can gussy it up with more or less ginger or garlic to suit your own taste, depending on the mood.
Feel-better popsicles are just the thing that’s needed during this cold season.
Mix up this ginger cranberry bellini as a festive sparkling cocktail that’s perfect for brunch or holiday parties.
Let this blueberry ginger hot toddy warm your hands and your entire body on the way down. Its honey, lemon, ginger, and blueberries to ward off a winter cold, plus there’s a splash of bourbon to keep things festive.
Let the flavors of the season sneak into everything you make. For a sweet, seasonal delight, whip up a batch of ginger tea infused marshmallows.
Let the warmth of ginger and the refreshing qualities of gin simply combine with blueberries to create an all too simple and delicious fall or winter drink.
A rich, ginger molasses cake made with a brewed tea is the perfect cool weather treat topped with cream cheese frosting and served with a steaming mug of tea.
Get ready for the holiday season with this creamy smoothie. Enjoy that beautiful gingerbread flavor that’s meant for this time of year.
Kuchen is a German cake. This Kuchen is made with apples, honey, and ginger and is the perfect dessert, tea time snack, or with morning coffee.
Summer is still going on strong in some parts! Try to stay cool in these final warm summer days with this bowl frozen blend of strawberries, bananas, ginger, and peaches.
Rather than being fermented, this version of ginger beer is more of a simple soda, but is just as delicious and very easy to make.
A gingery sweet lemonade with no added sugar.
What a creative and interesting ice cream flavor…ginger and rhubarb! This is definitely on the “recipes to make for summer” list!
A little sweet, a little spicy, this versatile rhubarb chutney is perfect with grilled meats or as an appetizer spread with goat cheese.
When life hands you ginger, make ginger ale.
It’s always exciting to create pesto in different ways. This recipe is for a spring inspired pesto for your pasta. Try it out topped with asparagus!
These popular Moscow Mule recipes offer flavor combos to suit any season—or mood. Let’s cheers with a refreshing drink in hand.
Crush your ice and grab yourself a nice ginger beer, it is time to make a Moscow Mule. Learn the tips to making the cocktail.
Make a comforting, almost creamy congee rice bowl with ginger and chicken the next time you are feeling under the weather.
Refresh with a cucumber and vodka cocktail that is perfect for a spring brunch or a cooler on a warm afternoon.
Feeling under the weather? A little whiskey, ginger, honey, and lemon should do the trick.
Ginger and lemongrass meatballs float in a bok choy miso broth for a warm, satisfying soup that will keep you cozy without weighing you down.
A beautiful, traditional peanut butter cookie with an added layer of ginger that uplifts the cookie to create a light and refreshing afternoon treat.
Make flavorful Asian-spiced pork meatballs with ginger, tamari, and sesame for a perfect party appetizer or delicious meal with rice.
A simple spaghetti and meatball recipe is revamped with pumpkin and served as an elegant meal with a sweet finish of chocolate dipped gingerbread biscotti.
Pears are poached until soft in white wine and spices and then baked into a soft ginger bread cake.
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Hummus is a blank canvas that can be flavored with garlic, red peppers, and more. This version uses wasabi and ginger to add kick to the chickpea spread.
Just when you thought a breakfast sandwich couldn’t get any better, we present to you the almighty French Toast Sandwich.
As cooler days approach, create a warm, creamy bowl of coconut milk simmered with garlic and ginger and served with roasted squashes and vegetables.
Crunchy cucumbers are coated with the noodles in a ginger and lime sesame sauce with a touch of chili pepper heat. A perfect, simple summer dish.
Create a fun ginger beer chicken on the grill with a simple can of soda and a ginger ale glaze.
Soft, chewy ginger and molasses cookies are filled with cool, sweet vanilla ice cream to let the spices do the talking.
Take a salmon break and try out cedar plank trout for a fresh-tasting summer meal packed with mood boosting omega-3’s and served with a zesty guacamole.
If you are into miso, this miso and ginger fried chicken is for you. The recipe has miso written all over the plate and it is bursting with umami.
Vegetable fried rice combines with marinated eggplant for a vegetarian dish that shows off the grill and garden with amazing flavor.
Cooking spring rhubarb in a compote removes some bitterness and creates a complex sauce. With ginger, it makes a perfect parfait or a delicious toast spread.
A bold vegetable side with a kick of garlic chili paste and zesty ginger. Let the eggplant soak up the sauce and take on a whole new realm of flavor.
Spatchcock chicken for a moist, juicy bird with perfect skin. This uses soy sauce, marmalade, ginger, and garlic for a glaze that caramelizes in the oven.
Creamy homemade pudding layered with a crunchy gingersnap crumble and topped with a cinnamon whipped cream.
Ideal for a cozy winter morning, these waffles are packed with warm spices and are made even better with the addition of tart pomegranate seeds.
A simple, quick loaf that is great for a winter afternoon snack. Crystallized ginger creates special flavor to be paired with other mix-ins, too.
Soft and spiced, these cookies are just like gingersnaps, but made with flavorful almond meal and plenty of earthy molasses.
As Christmas is just around the corner, nothing seems more well-suited than a scrumptious spiced ginger loaf cake.
Simple, but perfectly sweet, creme brûlée is an elegant dessert especially when the custard is steeped with vanilla beans and ginger and topped with mango.
Gluten-free whiskey gives smoky flavors to caramel apple sauce perfect with pie or ice cream. Sweet-tart with a hint of orange to bring the spices together.
With aromatic spices that scream fall, you can’t help but to love about these muffins. Especially when your kitchen smells delightful while they bake.
Sweet and spicy, this salmon combines simple ingredients for a simply scrumptious meal.
Filling dumpling soup with ginger and chili dipping sauce that is irresistible. If there are leftovers, we doubt there will be, try dumplings for breakfast.
Indian inspired spicy carrot and ginger soup. Light, creamy and flavored with cumin and bay leaf.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
Warm spices and tropical fruits make this crumble so crave-able. It tastes even better cold, the second day with a scoop of ice cream.
Warm weather brings beautiful flowers. Spruce up chocolate ice cream with the citrus-like flavor of hibiscus flowers. Top with candied almonds.
Creamy zabaglione custard with whipped cream and tart rhubarb compote, strawberries, and spicy ginger crumble. Trust us, it doesn’t get better than this.
Perfect for the porch, Gin Gin Mules combine gin, mint, ginger beer, and lime for an herby cross between a mojito and a Moscow mule.