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    Danger"less" Drinks

    From Smoothies to Sweet Teas, Kool-Aids and Coffees, this is for non-alcoholic beverages that I collect on the 'Zaar.
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    I love caramel macchiatos from Starbucks, but at $4.00 a pop, you can have one everyday of the week for that price by making them at home.

    Recipe #340911

    5 Reviews |  By megs_

    My mom always keeps a pitcher of this in her fridge. Every time I visit her, I have some of this and quickly became addicted! I finally got the recipe from her so I can always have a pitcher in my house. :)

    Recipe #238218

    Created in Venice, Italy, then promoted in restaurants such as the Olive Garden, this drink is now widely popular in the US, particularly in the New York area. This is a non alcoholic version of the classic bellini.

    Recipe #231560

    Okay, so I threw a small tapas party trying to test some Spanish recipes for ZWT III, and this was the dessert I found. Yummmmmmmy!

    Recipe #229053

    I'm not really a tea drinker but the tea in this punch is so subtle that I really enjoy it. The blackcurrant & vanilla mix really well with the apple juice & the mineral water gives it a slight tingle which is really refreshing.

    Recipe #228917

    14 Reviews |  By Debber

    Do your part to "save energy"! Make some passive solar-brewed iced tea. Mix-n-match your flavors according to your own taste buds!

    Recipe #227468

    A yummy drink makiing good use of the mango! Adapted from Cooking With Too Hot Tamales cookbook. I have put this under Southwestern and Mexican catagories, but it also is very Southern and Carribean! Love that mango!

    Recipe #227359

    These fruits combine to make a great fruit crush or smoothie, for a creamy drink add yoghurt or for an icier one add ice cubes

    Recipe #225816

    This is adapted from Smoothies & Summer Drinks. Freezing the bananas ahead of time makes for a thicker smoothie. To freeze the bananas I usually peel, slice, and then place them in an airtight container and then freeze. This can be made in a blender or in a large pitcher and puree using an immersion blender.

    Recipe #221558

    From Cooking Light magazine. Spanish for "fresh water", agua fresca is a refreshing, fruit-infused drink that is served throughout Mexico. Depending on the ripeness of the berries, adjust the amount of sugar for desired sweetness. Frozen strawberries would be fine in this. I like this with 2-3 times the water or seltzer water for a thinner drink. I also increase the sugar.

    Recipe #219814

    We have been making various flavored hot chocolate for our late evening treat. One night he made this and well it is really really good :)

    Recipe #219366

    A Cajun thirst quenching citrus drink compliments of Tony's Seafood in Louisiana.

    Recipe #215640

    9 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Ahh, summer and iced tea. This is a perfect way to enjoy both. The 1 hr cook time is stand time. As written this is quite a mild tea. If you would like a stronger flavor please feel free to use more tea bags.

    Recipe #208059

    I found this recipe on another site over 5 years ago and have been making it every summer. The added fruits really make a difference in taste. It does, however, get a bit bitter near the end of the pitcher--if you don't finish it all quickly, you may want to remove the sliced fruit. ZWT 3: U.S. (oranges and grapefruits) and Australia (oranges, grapefruits, limes, lemons)

    Recipe #207887

    I love having this as a snack, dessert, or even for breakfast. I have at least ONE a day. It gets me energized and ready for the day. I use one Scoop of ground flaxseed that I purchased from www.flaxusa.com and a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream Flavored Whey Protein. These two ingredients are optional.

    Recipe #204507

    This recipe came from a friend in my gourmet class from college. We did a beverage unit and we were to make a family favorite. She was from the southwest and her dad's family was from Mexico. I had never heard the word "licuado" used in a recipe before. I enjoyed the drink, but haven't made it in a while.

    Recipe #203424

    To make a great tasting glass of iced coffee you need to take the same care as you would with hot coffee. Don't try to use leftover coffee for iced coffee but brew it as a delicious drink on its own.

    Recipe #202589

    This recipe is courtesy of Hallelujah Acres. The beet gives it a nice sweetness. Great healing juice!

    Recipe #202307

    This recipe will aid your digestion! From Living and Raw Foods. You may use a juicer for this or just blend in blender or food processor.

    Recipe #202306

    Brew a little stronger than normal coffee for this. Adapted from a coffee site. Coffee mochas are popular in Spain, Italy, and all over the USA!

    Recipe #198790

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