Do you have sinus congestion with clogged ears? Well this is for you, very simple. This recipe was given to me by several nurses I work with; it's the same advice they give to our patients (pediatric through adult) and so they gave the same advice to me when I had these symptoms and let me tell you, it works wonders.
This is straight out of the laundry room of DH's grandmother; it works too! I've also entered this under the "kid friendly" category because there was no "parent friendly" category to choose from! This spray concoction has been a godsend when getting stains out of my toddlers clothes.
This is a great refreshing summertime alcoholic beverage; it goes down smoothly. The recipe is off the bottle of McGillicuddy's French Kiss vanilla liqueur. You can also wet the rim of the glass and coat with graham cracker crumbs.
This is one of my favorites on the South Beach diet. I usually eat this for breakfast or for a snack; it really satisfies my "sweet tooth". For those on South Beach, count the pecans as part of your daily nut allowance.
Not sure where she got this but my Aunt Joanie, who is on WW, makes this for a mid-morning snack and says it's filling. It's 2.5 points per 8 oz serving; recipe will make 2 servings. You can use any type of frozen fruit but she likes to use blueberries, because of the antioxidents. Enjoy!
This drink is so good, it even has a graham cracker coating around the rim of the glass. The Licor 43 is a Spanish brandy liqueur; it's also known as "Cuarenta y Tres", which stands for "43" in Spanish. This liqueur is made up of 43 ingredients including vanilla and citrus.
A non alcoholic punch that was served and very much loved at family gatherings when I was a child; I still like this punch. It's cool and refreshing and pretty. Great for bridal/baby shower, luncheon, brunch, child party. Posted per request.
I use this blend when seasoning for chicken or beef is called for in Mexican-style recipes for my South Beach Diet.....no sugar, flour or cornstarch to be found in this recipe. It's not too spicy; if you want a bit more of a "kick", you may want to add some red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper. This recipe makes 2Tbsp plus 1 1/2 tsp of seasoning.
Move over traditional hot cocoa on a cold winters night; you will have a love affair with this concoction. I had this at a Starbucks earlier this year; after fooling around with ingredients, this is the clone. A wonderful drink to curl up with on a chilly night; great for a bonfire or a holiday gathering as well.
Serve this aside of your favorite shellfish or seafood recipe for dipping; goes well with fish prepared both breaded and non-breaded. Much, much better than drawn butter....I promise. Also, not for the health conscious.