This drink is a great alternative to hot apple cider. I've only had it once and got the recipe at Pleasant Union, one of the Shaker settlements here in Kentucky. The Shakers were wonderful cooks and most all of their recipes are deeelish.
The Baptist college I attended my freshman year had a special program where students from Brazil could come and study through a missions program. This is a recipe from Carolina, one of my best girlfriends. I love it because it's different from other limeade.
Contains milk and fruit--not sugar. I am tired at the end of the day, and hate cooking. This is fast nutrition that tastes good. I use cherries as sweetener because refined sugar often makes me feel a bit off.
Easy and so good, you can have it for dessert! Originally supposed to have come from Martha Stewart, but posted on the internet to go with Vietnam cuisine! This also fits in the Caribbean and Southern catagories!
From an April 2005 article in Cooking Light on keeping blood pressure in check with potassium, this yummy lowfat breakfast or snack has 740 mg potassium per serving. For a thinner drink, I add a bit of soy milk.
This is a very simple, but tasty punch. It is also fairly inexpensive, which is great when a large quantity is needed. You can changed the flavor of drink mix used in order to obtain a desired color of punch. I recommend freezing rings of pineapple juice or the punch for use in chilling in the punchbowl.
Two-time Mr. Universe winner and Fitness Manager at Miraval, Life In Balance, Nordine Zouareg, drinks this strawberry-banana punch regularly. Three of the four food groups are represented in this delicious blend, providing a burst of nutrients to start the day.
Papaya's are rich in antioxidants. Contains many minerals a good source of potassium & magnesium. When they are green they contain a good source of papain a protein-digesting enzyme similar to bromelain. Which is used in meat tenderizers.
Berries are a good source of anticancer compound ellagic acid. Studies have shown those that ate strawberries were 3 times less likely to develop cancer then those that didn't eat them.