I love unwinding at happy hour with a cocktail just as much as the next person, but a lot of drinks you order while out on the town are loaded with sugar and empty calories. Switch things up: invite your friends over and break out the fruit basket and the juicer for happy hour at home. Not only will you know exactly what is going into your cocktail (all natural ingredients), but you will definitely be saving money. All of these drink recipes contain a combination of cold-pressed juices, real fruits, fresh herbs, and natural sweeteners to create deliciously fragrant and visually inviting beverages. If you want to get super fancy, I have also included some infused ice cube recipes to dress up any cocktail.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who sometimes wishes I could press the proverbial ‘reset’ button once Sunday rolls around and the weekend’s (often indulgent) festivities have subsided. If anything can help detox your body and point you back in the right direction, it’s this recipe for my favorite minty green juice. It’s tart, loaded with greens, and has a fresh minty finish. Just look at those green bubbles bursting with natural energy, don’t you feel more alive already!?
Summer is coming…it’s time to up your frozen cocktail game
These drinks are the result of a bottle of vodka and a plethora of citrus in my kitchen, the rest is history.
What can you do with all of those thick kale stems that don’t make their way into your kale salad? Juice them, of course! This kale stem juice is a perfect way to avoid waste while getting those irreplaceable nutrients from kale, finished with a kick of cayenne to get your bloodstream going and aid digestion.
Pumpkin spiced cashew milk with star anise- because Fall.
Get ready for fall with these three delicious and comforting cashew milk recipes. Cinnamon cold brew coffee- aka the best way to get your day started, aromatic chai, and last but not least, creamy cacao (tastes just like traditional chocolate milk, but better…)