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    In 'Make It Fast, Cook It Slow' by Stephanie O'Dea.

    Recipe #406811

    From frozen juice concentrate. Apple, orange, lemon, lime, cranberry and pineapple juice medley.

    Recipe #341145

    Stopping in Somalia on a virtual Round the World foodie tour...here's the recipe I found.

    Recipe #50407

    4 Reviews |  By MeliBug

    This is a very popular drink in East Africa. It's like the ones you can buy at the grocery store but you can add your own variations to it with lime juice, honey, cinnamon, or vanilla.

    Recipe #310798

    Dairy-free hot cocoa mix with spices and a touch of pepper.

    Recipe #266413

    Traditional Indian recipe of thandai with soya milk

    Recipe #239393

    For eons, it seems, I have been experiementing with alternative ingredients to create the perfect cup of dairy free, sugar free spiced chai. Soy milk may work with coffee, but not with tea. Soy milk tends to unfortunately spoil tea by overpowering it with a chalky taste. This renders the use of soy milk as a dairy alternative in chai as problematic. At long last I have come up with what I consider to be the perfect non-dairy, no-sugar chai. The chalky taste of soy milk is avoided with the use of almond milk, which is totally smooth in texture. It is also adequately complex and silky enough to stand in for condensed milk. Tip: I use Blue Diamond almond milk (vanilla flavor) myself, however any type of almond milk should work. If you do not have access to almond milk off the shelf, almond milk may be made from sratch -- a quick Google search will aid you in this.

    Recipe #162847

    Recipe #242631

    The essence of melon flavor. I make this rather than Kool-Aid for kids. They always want to know where I got it. I use canteloupe more often than not. From The Complete Book of Mexican Cooking by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz

    Recipe #240878

    Very refreshing and cooling. Served at the Magnolia Cafe in Austin. This is my version. Tweak the ingredients to your taste. My grandsons (3 and 5) will happily drink this instead of sugary juices and sodas.

    Recipe #237445

    7 Reviews |  By J. Ko

    I got this recipe from a friend of mine who is the manager of our local Starbuck's. It is now my children's favourite lemonade drink. Great with a shot of vodka for a more grown-up beverage.

    Recipe #237759

    Adapted from Barefoot Contessa's Family Style Cookbook, 2002. My husband loves this tea!

    Recipe #202744

    A Lithuanian non dairy smoothie, which is often used in place of eggnog, to celebrate the first official day of winter (Winter Solstice). At first it might seem or look discouraging, but it's worth a try! It really doesn't take many ingredients.

    Recipe #201222

    Nothing warms you up better than this.

    Recipe #78440

    Tea merchant Bill Waddington of St. Paul’s TeaSource shares his recipe for Chai. Found at splendidtable.com. This must 'sit' for a day before using.

    Recipe #188777

    I recently received this recipe from one of those "lovely" recipe swap chain letter thingy's. I made a huge batch of this stuff because I LOVE Chai tea. I'm planning on making a huge batch of it and giving it out for gifts during the holiday season. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. This can also be made as a lower fat or sugar free recipe by using fat free creamer and/or Splenda instead of sugar.

    Recipe #185152

    This is my favorite avocado smoothie recipe.

    Recipe #184770

    From Gourmet Magazine...how easy and delicious is this?

    Recipe #182425

    For a quick glass of iced tea, keep tea syrup on hand.

    Recipe #182089

    This is a recipe for a chai tea concentrate similar to what you would buy in the box at the grocery store. It is spicy and slightly sweet. I use an organic orange when making the zest to avoid the strange waxy coating and any pesticides. I also like to use filtered water to avoid any off flavors you can get from hard water, flouride, or chlorine. Use whatever tea you like. The bags should be the standard size ones for making a cup of tea.

    Recipe #181345

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