From my DD's Children's World Cookbook & Posted for ZWT-5. A very healthy, slushy fruit drink that can also be served as a dessert. Although coconut in fresh, dried or liquid form, is an important ingredient in Caribbean Cooking, this recipe does not depend on it if there is an allergy or personal preference not to use it. Enjoy!
From FamousFrenchDesserts.com. "Tastes amazing, feels amazing." Traditional French serving ideas: For breakfast serve in a bowl for dipping your toast into or for afternoon tea with French pastries or truffles
Posted for ZWT 5.
OMG! My friend in Germany took my to a Thai restaurant that had lemonade with ginger and basil. I thought to myself "What a wacky combination!" So I decided to try it. OMG! OMG! The ground moved, the clouds parted and I heard angel voices singing in 4 part harmony. It was that good.
This, is as close as I can come to replicate that glass of beverage perfection I found in Germany. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. (The only thing that could make this more perfect is vodka.)
From *Cooking With Honey* by Hazel Berto, this recipe works as a tasty dessert drink or after school treat for the kids. I modified the original recipe from whole milk to skim & ice cream to frozen yoghurt, so feel free to revert to the original if you have a DH w/more willpower than my Siggi. *Enjoy*
We just whipped this up. 1yo & 3yo sons and I LOVED it. The bananas provide the sweetness. Actually we liked it so much, I made another batch the same day but with less-ripe bananas. It was good but not as good as with the bananas whose skins were about half brown.
Don't just eat local - drink it as well with this peach cocktail which is a perfect drink to toast the end of summer holidays. Make it with alcohol or without, so anyone can sip and enjoy. Cook time is chill time.