Though I know that horchata is typically served in the heat of summer as a cool, refreshing beverage, I also think of this cinnamon-spiced rice drink in autumn. When you make it at home you can use less sugar, sweetening it to taste.
My oldest son wanted to make a mango-pineapple smoothie like one that he had tried at McDonald’s. By using real fruits and yogurt instead of the processed sugary mixes you can control the amount of sugar and ensure that your family is getting all of the vitamins and nutrients from the ingredients.
With all of the cold winter weather we’ve been experiencing I’ve been daydreaming of sunshine and summer. So when Simply Orange Juice contacted me with the offer to send me coupons for a product sampling, it was perfect timing. I had a cold, frothy Orange Julius on my mind.
This rendition of homemade lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste. The splash of blueberry purée is a perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon.
This rendition of homemade lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste. The splash of strawberry-raspberry purée adds a summery sweetness which is a perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon.
Making your own lemonade is easy and allows you to control how much sugar is in it. You can make a large batch and store it in the refrigerator or make it to order by the glass. This rendition of lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste.
Mix and match yogurt, fresh and frozen fruits and fruit juices to make a quick and nutritious breakfast or snack. Each morning our smoothie turns out a little different depending on what ingredients we have.
Smoothies are similar to milkshakes so most kids love them. (My son does!) This smoothie is loaded with antioxidants and makes a refreshing and nutritious breakfast or snack.