This subtly sweet smoothie gets a flavor boost from matcha powder and extra creaminess from frozen banana.
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This subtly sweet vegan smoothie makes the perfect summer breakfast: ultra-creamy with a hint of grassy green tea powder, it's delicious enough to double as dessert.
I maintain that green smoothies should be fun, friendly, and easy to like. This combination of frozen banana, fresh peach, coconut water (or pineapple juice), and mild but plentiful baby spinach is jazzed up with lime and cilantro. It's creamy from the banana and just the right thickness to sip through a straw.
The balanced and decidedly tropical flavors of this friendly green smoothie are just the ticket to a relaxed state of mind.
Summer's the time to break out the blender for morning smoothies—the weather's hot and the fruit is ripe. Get out of your berry-and-yogurt rut with this ultra-creamy smoothie using a usually-savory ingredient: avocado.
This breakfast drink blends your morning joe right in there with the fruit and nuts.
When the weather's warm, a cold blender drink makes the perfect breakfast. This one even blends your morning joe right in there with the fruit and nuts.
This fizzy non-alcoholic drink gets full flavor from a tangy rhubarb syrup that's accented with fresh ginger and orange zest.
This refreshing non-alcoholic pitcher drink takes spicy ginger beer and pairs it with a tangy rhubarb syrup and plenty of fresh lime. It's a great option for a brunch crowd.
This smoothie is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a glass of milk all in one.
This smoothie is like a PB&J sandwich and a glass of milk all in one.
Move over, plain ol' rice horchata, and make room for your attractive new cousins: strawberry, lemongrass-ginger, and coffee-cinnamon.
Mexican-style horchata made with rice and almonds gets a jolt from dark-roast coffee beans and spicy cinnamon sticks.
Mexican-style horchata made with rice and almonds gets a southeast Asian-style lift from bright lemongrass and ginger.
Mexican-style horchata made with rice and almonds gets an infusion of fresh strawberries for a fruity, pastel-hued beverage.
You might be familiar with Mexican horchata, but do you know the Spanish version made with tiger nuts? Here's how you can make this creamy and rich nonalcoholic drink at home.
Spanish horchata is thick, creamy and sweet, like an amped-up almond milk.
Honey-sweet persimmons make a delicious alternative to mangoes in a yogurt-based lassi.
Bright orange, honey-sweet persimmons make a delicious alternative to mangoes in a yogurt-based lassi.
Almond milk made with a handful of cacao nibs produces a lovely, nutty dairy-free milk with a powerful hit of chocolate. It's great served frothy and chilled or heated up for an extra-special hot chocolate.