Do you juice? Or Blend? Or both? For now, we blend. Getting an extra-large dose of fruit and vegetables in your day gives you a natural source of vitamins and minerals and juicing or blending is a great way to do this!
Making your own V8 Vegetable Juice is so empowering! We call it V10 as we added a couple extra vegetables. Simply blend, heat and drink hot (our favorite) or cold. Delicious, incredibly healing, cleansing and nutritious. We cannot get enough and will even drink it for breakfast. My husband is such a humongous fan even preferring it to a can of V8. You literally drink an entire blender full of vegetables. Spinach, parsley, celery, onion, garlic, beet, carrot, tomatoes, lime and bell pepper are combined together harmoniously. We leave the pulp for added health but straining yields perfect juice-like results, both are wonderful.
V10 Vegetable Juice is:
Enjoy the life-affirming health benefits! With lots of Love & Light, Christa
Watch the video or see the recipe below.
Prep Time: 15-20 Minutes | Cook Time: 20 Minutes | Servings: 4
Enjoy your vegetables in the morning with a quick + easy sweet potato latte! With only 5 ingredients you can make a sweet foaming latte and feel like you went out to a Coffee Shop all in the comfort of your home. I love how easy this recipe is and how good it is for you! Watch the 2 minute video or see below for the simple recipe. My husband thought it was the perfect amount of sweet and very delicious, I hope you do too!
Watermelon, mixed berries, lime, a dash of stevia and water create a refreshing and healthy drink! We enjoyed this beauty before our walk and we both loved it! What a fun way to drink water. It reminded me of a berry limeade but super healthy!
Plus it's really easy to make!
Enjoy this quick shot of vitamin C and a boost of antioxidants to go with it any time of day!
Glow on beautiful!
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Ever since I discovered how to make a Pumpkin Spice Latte from the beautiful and talented Kathy Patalsky of Healthy.Happy.Life my husband and I have been hooked! With no pumpkin in our house and a serious hankering for a latte a new creation was born. A Cinnamon Vanilla Latte inspired by one of our favorite guilty pleasures we enjoy but this one is guilt-free, sugar-free and absolutely savory!
Note: I have a Blendtec that can handle hot liquids. It could be blended cool and then heated. I do it in this order for foam optimization. A handheld blender could also be used!
I hope you and yours enjoy this as much as we do!
With love, health and good vibrations!
This recipe is a must try and a for sure keeper! Jerry and I typically make homemade almond milk but I thought I'd try cashew milk! Take raw cashews, add water, blend and you are done! How easy is that? It takes less than 5 minutes, has 2 ingredients and 2 steps! How fabulous!
It's really good by itself. It can be used as a replacement to coffee creamer and milk. Feel free to add your favorite flavoring and sweetener! Some of my favorite sweeteners are stevia, dates and agave!
Cashews are sometimes referred to as "Natures Vitamin Pill" and are best in there raw state. Cashews hold 5 grams of protein per ounce, are high in fiber, and have very high levels of the essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and manganese! I knew I liked these for a reason, pass me some cashews please! :)
Tip: If you soak the cashews overnight, it will be even creamier!
Almonds are boosting with health benefits. Jerry and I have been experimenting with homemade alternative to expensive buys at the grocery store! Almond milk is a winner! It doesn't get much easier than this.
Enjoy milk in shakes, coffee, tea or whatever your heart desires!
Homemade ginger tea is the best! If you're not feeling well or would like a boost it's an easy way to go. Ginger is packed with vitamins and minerals. It is known to help aid in digestion, reduce inflammation, fight respiratory problems, improve blood flow, strengthen the immune system and help to relieve stress. Then add in lemon to aid in digestion, receive a vitamin c boost, aid in nutrient absorption, alkalinity, weight loss and more! A super powerful and healthy drink.
Alternatively, bring the ginger and water to a boil. Add any herbs you like if interested. Strain, add lemon and syrup to taste.
Ginger is spicy - add anywhere from a very small amount to a few large pieces if making a big pot.
Hi and thank you for stopping by! I am passionate about making vegan recipes with food that is good for your body. I also enjoy healthier spin-offs on classics. All my recipes are vegan and free of refined sugar. Most are gluten and oil-free or contain options to make it so. Thank you for stopping by!!
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