Whether you're craving the vibe of a lazy summer's day or just a tangy, not-too-sweet smoothie, this slightly creamy take on strawberry lemonade will get you there.
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This creamy, just-sweet-enough smoothie makes it easy to keep those healthy eating resolutions.
Sparkling apple cider, black tea steeped with cinnamon sticks and a few drops of lemon juice make up this tasty grown up version of a non-alcoholic punch.
Here's a summery zero proof cocktail that combines sweet and tangy blueberry juice with floral fresh lavender.
Ginger adds heat to this tart kale limeade. Apple juice and coconut water tame the intense flavor—think of this as green juice for beginners—it's friendly, fun, and a little (naturally) sweet.
The Virgin Island Punch from Slightly Oliver combines strawberry, aloe juice, vanilla, and fresh fruit. It tasted like a fresh, well-balanced version of a favorite fruit punch from childhood. The vanilla adds a lovely, unique sweetness to the mix, and this recipe makes a batch big enough for a party.
Whether you're taking to the streets or staying home to pass out candy, try stirring up a witch's brew in your cauldron this Halloween. Made with equal parts pomegranate and cranberry juices, this deliciously dark (but alcohol-free) concoction is perfect for sipping between trips to the front door or packed into a Thermos for a spooky night out with candy-seeking trick-or-treaters.
After reading that the average coffee shop muffin weighs in at around 350 calories, I decided that there had to be another way to get that flavor. That's how the Blueberry Muffin Smoothie was born. This smoothie is creamy and full of blueberries, with just a pinch of cinnamon and a dash of vanilla, making it a little reminiscent of muffin batter.
If iced tea and lemonade is an Arnold Palmer, then this shiso limeade is a Ryo Ishikawa. It's not until you mix the limeade into the purple shiso tea that it turns bright pink, just like the pH tests you did in elementary school with red cabbage juice and lemon.
Before Jamba Juice and Smoothie King took over our morning meals and afternoon snacks, there was the lassi. This yogurt-based beverage has been an Indian tradition for hundreds, and some say thousands, of years. A lassi can be either sweet or savory and is frequently served during the summer to combat the heat. This version is a variation on the tremendously popular North Indian mango lassi, using papaya and citrus for a bright and refreshing drink.
Agua Fresca is a hot weather Latin American tradition, usually sold from giant glass vitroleros perched atop restaurant and market countertops. The selection varies with the season, and it's not uncommon to find cucumber and chili agua fresca alongside watermelon, hibiscus, or guava. Here we've used pineapple and jazzed it up with a few sprigs of mint for a light and refreshing beverage that's reminiscent of a Pina Colada, but much lighter.