Homemade sodas are fun for kids - and great for custom cocktails at your holiday party!
For the kid who says he’s not hungry, a protein-packed smoothie is a perfect way to deliver a nutrient boost before school.
Nothing says summer like lemonade - and watermelon. It's a refreshing combo that tastes like sunshine in a glass.
These homemade watermelon-raspberry smoothies contain the whole fruit, yet they look and taste more like commercial slurpees - only they're not composed of sugar and food colouring.
Homemade flavoured water is simple and nearly free; sliced fresh citrus, berries or cucumber flavours the water naturally, without sugar, preservatives or artificial colours, and you can simply replenish the water as the pitcher empties.
This recipe contains natural ingredients and essential nutrients to help keep you and your family energized and healthy.
Green smoothies and snacks give people, especially parents, seeking healthy eating options a huge advantage – you and your family might actually request them as a daily snack.
If you're looking for a special St. Patrick's Day sipper, here it is - homemade Irish Cream takes about 5 minutes in the blender.
If your little patient prefers something cool and soothing, whip up a smoothie. It’s ideal for sore throats, and delivers essential nutrients and protein in sippable form.
Mixing up a batch of festive punch is easier than setting up a full bar.