Take care of the autumn crop of rose hip and harvest vitamins from nature. Cook a rose hip drink without sugar. Rose hips are full of vitamin C, beta carotene and flavonoids. They are also said to be good for joints, and especially the beach rose hips.
The cooking time is not including the time for picking the rose hips. Read the rest of the recipe…
In the winter is nice with a warming hot drink. This is a very filling shake and can be used as a snack or an evening drink.
Portions: 1 very large cup or 2 normal size ones. Read the rest of the recipe…
The winter is here. And so are the colds. To drink a lot is good, and to drink warm can alleviate sore throats and give a little comfort. Oranges, ginger and honey will give a little help on the way to recovery.
Cooking time: 5 minutes. Read the rest of the recipe…
Once you have pushed aside thoughts like “over my dead body” and “I’m not drinking cold spinach soup” you should try this smoothie if you want a nice vitamin boost. It does taste good. Promise. Cross my heart.
Using a mixer instead of a juicer will include the fibers too. This recipe makes two portions. If no one else is brave enough to try it will keep in the fridge for a day.
2 portions, or 500 ml. Read the rest of the recipe…
Sometimes I really crave a cup smoking hot chocolate… and a little hot chocolate once in a while is a good thing, though too frequently the calories will add up, and the amount of sugar consumed will add up.
I’m a tea lover, so I got ecstatic when I discovered Yogi’s tea with chocolate flavour – Yogi Choco – which tastes like a cup good chocolate, well almost. It’s nicely spiced with liquorice root, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and vanilla. Most of the ingredients are organically grown. But, the good stuff does not end there, as a bonus you also get a philosophical though with each cup tea. So far I’ve drunk three cup and had the following thoughts to enjoy with my tea:
“Heaven is in the depth of patience!”
“Stand by the strength of your soul.”
“Experience you cannot learn.”