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    Carribean Eats!

    The Caribbean includes Jamaica, Cuba, Aruba, Anguila, Trinidad, the Virgin Islands,
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    From Giada at Home, the episode Feel Good Food.

    Recipe #514718

    A delicious drink from a Yemen website.

    Recipe #513586

    This recipe is inspired by the Yamani brand banana milk found in Yemen, but it is a homemade version, so it is even healtheir and more tasty. This is a great snack for kids and a healthy alternative to chocolatee milk. You can add as much sugar as you like or leave it out completely if you like.

    Recipe #513585

    This makes about 4-5 cups. Two cups is recommended for one serving. I want to get healthier, so going on a green smoothie kick. Enjoy!

    Recipe #512596

    Bake the potatoes until they are just tender and still a tad firm so they don't turn to mush and fall apart. These potato skins are a great side dish to meat, tofu or salmon. Try this the next time you bake sweet potatoes! From Whole Foods.

    Recipe #511199

    A lovely drink using fruits of the island of Auba, in the Caribbean. Sit back and relax with this cool satisfying drink. Adapted from Recipe Island.

    Recipe #507300

    Taking a popular Aruban drink and making it non alcoholic. From Recipe Island.

    Recipe #507298

    Fresh pineapple and coconut are some of the main ingredients in Caribbean(and assuredly in authentic Antigua and Barbuda cuisine). Here they get pureed to a smooth and creamy deliciousness! Adapted from a recipe by Vegetarian Times magazine.

    Recipe #507250

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    Peaches, which are peaking right now, are high in antioxidants like vitamin C and lycopene, making them a beauty food and an immune-system booster. So if stress from the week (or packing for vacation) is making your skin dull and your head throb, let the free-radical-fighting fruit give you a boost. Basil elevates both the flavor of the fruit and your mood with its anti-anxiety benefits. And coconut milk creates a creamy, tropical swirl and lends even more calming benefits thanks to 89 mg of magnesium per cup, ideal for getting a good night’s sleep. From Well and Good.

    Recipe #506499

    Dried or fresh hibiscus flowers make a delicious and pretty tea. Combine them with ginger, and you have a gorgeous drink. The optional pinch of salt discreetly brightens the flavor. From Organic Gardening

    Recipe #506497

    I love the taste of guava! A delicious punch. Found via Pinterest.

    Recipe #506126

    Plantains become sweeter as they ripen. This recipe uses very ripe plantains hence this will be sweet treat or side dish. The plantains are grilled and glazed with a delicious sweet butter glaze. This recipe is easy to prepare and these grilled plantains are going to be a delicious addition to your next barbecue. Recipe from Lourdes Castro on Epicurious.

    Recipe #506125

    A tasty example of what Latin food has to offer. It is not only really tasty but also healthy and very easy to prepare. Enjoy! From Healthy Latin Cooking by Steven Raichlenand posted on Balticmaid,

    Recipe #505381

    These bright yellow beauties are 100% fruit, which means there’s no added sugar and no ingredients I can’t pronounce without phonetically sounding them out. There’s also no dehydrator required. So essentially, if you’ve got mangoes and an oven, you’ve got healthy homemade fruit roll-ups, which are the ultimate back-to-school snack for fruit leather lovers of all ages. From Just a Taste.

    Recipe #504693

    A sweet and not-too-spicy hot chocolate with a hint of ginger. Perfect for cold winter nights or as a light dessert. This hot chocolate has a lovely warmth. It’s sweet, creamy and chocolatey and not-too-spicy due to a conservative amount of ginger. But, if you love the stuff then by all means, pop a few ginger candies in your mouth while you’re making a batch and throw in a whole teaspoon of ginger instead of half. That's the way I like it! Adapted from the Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #504529

    Creamy coconut frappuccino with toasted coconut flake, chocolate syrup and cocoa powder. Oh yes. And it's vegan! Using full fat coconut milk does add more calories, but it makes the drink much creamier. However, light coconut milk or coconut milk beverage will work fine here, too. Recipe for whipped coconut cream included.

    Recipe #504522

    Creamy coffee ice cream made with coconut milk, pure vanilla extract, raw sugar and bold coffee. I'm so happy I can eat ice cream without the dairy! This can be made with or without an ice cream maker. From minimalist baker.

    Recipe #504485

    Use this sauce on any grilled or sautéed fish, chicken, rice and beans, and grilled tofu. Recipe courtesy of the Cocina Cubana Club founded by Pascual Perez & chef Sonia Martinez and posted on Taste of Cuba.

    Recipe #504156

    What is a limber? It’s kind of like a popsicle, but is usually served in a small plastic cup and made with natural fruit juices. It’s very rich in flavor and texture, since often the pulp of the fruit is not removed from the mix. Tip: You’ll know a mango is ripe if it’s tender to the touch and you get the strong scent of mango when you smell it. Servings are a approximate. From Modern Mami.

    Recipe #504155

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