Vegetarian recipes and info
Why buy drinks when you can make your own? They’re always cheaper, usually healthier, and often even better-tasting than what you can buy in a café or at the store.
A small serving of this sweet drink is delightful after a filling lunch.
If you crave the spiciness of a bloody mary but don’t want the alcohol, try this tasty variation – or make the real thing.
Liquified cashews are a perfect substitute for milk in just about any soup, sauce, or baked goods.
There’s nothing like a rich, chocolately malt. Beware – this is not for the calorie conscious!
Try this vegan chocolate peanut butter shake for a sweet and yummy treat.
Instead of buying canned coconut milk, make your own. It’s fast and easy, plus you know exactly what’s in it.
Egg nog is a traditional winter drink, which I find rather odd since it’s cold and I always want something warm. If you’re worried about salmonella from raw eggs, use pasteurized eggs.
Cool off with a delicious sweet treat.
I’m not a big fan of carbonated beverages, but once in a while I do like ginger ale, especially when I have an upset stomach. Homemade ginger ale is easy to make and much more “gingery” than anything you can buy at the store.
It’s very easy to make your own iced tea, and your flavor options are unlimited – you can use black tea, green tea, herbal tea – whatever you like!