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    This is a basic smoothie recipe. It's what I use in the winter when fresh fruit is more expensive. Try adding some healthy extras like flax seeds, parsley, ginger, beets, etc.

    Recipe #347782

    Got this recipe from the paper. It's a great summer time treat for my coffee loving DH. For a good breakfast beverage, omit the rum and substitute yogurt for ice cream.

    Recipe #98082

    I've been looking for a simple no-cook egg nog using egg substitutes. This sounds easy enough: no cook, blend, chill and serve. The recipe called for 1 cup non-dairy creamer (not my favorite), so I'm going to add some chia seeds to give it more body. Some alternate ideas include using dates and bananas in place of some or all of the sweetener. Might also work as a base for a tasty green smoothie.

    Recipe #497963

    I devised this little concoction several years ago because we love curries and things with coconut milk in them, but OH, the sat-fat in that lovely canned stuff. A no-no for us unless it's a very special occasion. It's worked for me in a lot of curries and even rice dishes, and we can enjoy these foods without the worry. This recipe is a starting point as a substitute for 1 cup canned coconut milk for adding to recipes. (1- 13.5 oz can is just shy of 2 cups, I make the difference up with fat free half&half.) You can adjust the cornstarch and sugar to your taste for thickness and sweetness. Double or change for however much liquid you need in your recipe.

    Recipe #187372

    This recipe comes from the internet! Health in a glass, providing lots of antioxidants & omegas! NOTE: An additional ingredient is 1/8 cup of ground hempseed, but Zaar does not recognize it, so I'm including it here!

    Recipe #328136

    This beautiful, refreshing drink is a fusion of herbs, flowers and good old-fashioned lemonade. It can be served iced or warm, and it really gives a nice lift to the brain. A great party drink, this treat can be sipped on a hot summer day.

    Recipe #130111

    3 Reviews |  By Nif

    It's no secret that vitamin-enhanced waters are loaded with calories, sugar and chemicals - which provides a short energy burst that only makes you crash later. Make a real energy drink at home for a fraction of the price. The fruit, herbs and veggies deliver a refreshing mix of vitamins and antioxidants that are proven to give you vital fuel. This recipe is from Chatelaine magazine and it's tasty! Please note that you are supposed to refrigerate it overnight. Enjoy!

    Recipe #479989

    This recipe came from the article in Essential Cleansing magazine. I didn't want to risk misplacing it, so I'm posting it here. They recommend removing peels if non-organic.

    Recipe #158566

    This is from Cooking Light magazine. The fresh, cool flavor of mint is a welcome addition to this warm-weather drink. Try serving it as a refreshing cooler with spicy Asian food. **I just made this for a potluck recently and everyone raved about it. I thought the sweetness was just right but I like sweet. Since a couple of reviewers thought it was too sweet...if you don't like sweet... start with less sugar and add more at the end.**

    Recipe #219707

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Sort of like a Chunky Monkey smoothie, but without the chunky, easy on the monkey.

    Recipe #31575

    I just made this up today...so far it seems to be either a love it or hate it proposition. Out of 8 of us, 5 think its good, 3 say ehhh, its ok..but its kind of tangy, very refreshing and not too sweet, though easy to sweeten up if you wanted it sweeter. Cooking time is steeping time

    Recipe #93375

    Quick, simple smoothie. No dairy, no soy...just fruit. Note: This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Ophan Adoption of 2005;. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #68032


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