Delicious, healthy juice for free – what’s better than that? Homemade sloe juice is easy to make with just two ingredients: sloe berries and water!
Homemade sloe juice is sweet and sour – and not astringent like raw sloe berries! It tastes almost like blueberry juice. Continue reading Homemade Sloe Juice
Noyaux, marzipan, amaretto, kirschwasser, cherry jam – there are a lot of recipes that are made with apricot kernels, peach kernels or cherry pits!
Just recently I found out that apricot kernels, cherry pits, peach kernels and peach leaves can be used as natural bitter almond flavoring. ‘Families should always save their peach-kernels, as they can be used in cakes, puddings and custards.’ (Seventy-five Receipts for Pastry, Cakes and Sweetmeats, 1836, p. 56) And even if the kernels contain amygdalin, which turns into cyanide in the body, it’s safe to consume food prepared with kernels if it’s cooked or baked before eating (more about it here).
Continue reading 30 Historical Recipes With Apricot Kernels, Peach Kernels & Cherry Pits
This minty shamrock shake is made from scratch with only natural colors and flavors. The naturally green shamrock shake is vegan and naturally colored with homegrown wheatgrass. A perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day! Continue reading Naturally Green Shamrock Shake – Mint-Flavored, Vegan & Colored With Wheatgrass Juice
Isn’t the bright green color of this beer amazing? And it’s all naturally colored with wheatgrass juice! The naturally green beer is a perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day!
I’m not much of a beer or radler drinker but this naturally green wheatgrass beer is delicious on a hot summer day! Wheatgrass juice is slightly bitter and slightly sweet and goes well with beer and especially the sweeter radler. Continue reading Naturally Green Beer – Colored With Wheatgrass Juice
‘All fruit juices make refreshing drinks and punches.’ (Mrs. De Graf’s Cook Book, 1922)
This old-fashioned lemonade is so delicious and easier to make than you’d think! It’s an old recipe: I found the homemade lemonade recipe in “Mrs. De Graf’s Cook Book”, which was published in 1922. All you need for this old-fashioned lemonade is lemons, sugar and water. You basically make a syrup which you later dilute with water. Continue reading Old-Fashioned Lemonade Recipe
Cake, ice cream, custard, bread, pasta & bread – all naturally colored green for St. Patrick’s Day!
You don’t need artificial food coloring to dye food vibrant green for St. Patrick’s Day. Use sunflower seeds for dark green, kale or wheatgrass for bright green, matcha for moss green, pistachios or green peas for light green, red cabbage for blue green, kiwi for yellow green, and spinach for light or dark green. Continue reading 25+ Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Enjoy your tea and coffee with homemade dairy-free cream substitutes. And top off your dessert and garnish your cake with homemade dairy-free whipped cream alternatives. Below you’ll find recipes for dairy-free, nut-free, coconut-free, egg-free and fat-free cream and whipped cream substitutes. Continue reading 5+ Homemade Dairy-Free (Whipped) Cream Substitutes
This purple rose petal lemonade is naturally colored and scented with fresh rose petals! Rose petal lemonade is an easy, refreshing, cooling drink on hot summer days. You’ll only need three ingredients for this pretty purple lemonade: fresh rose petals, sugar and water! Continue reading Purple Rose Petal Lemonade
This delicious blue banana milk is vegan and all-naturally colored with red cabbage! Continue reading All-Natural Blue Banana Milk – Dairy-Free
If you don’t have a juicer, juice wheatgrass in a blender!
It’s so much fun to grow wheatgrass at home for fresh wheatgrass juice! 😀 Wheatgrass juice is supposed to be healthy and isn’t the green color just amazing? You can use wheatgrass juice to make healthy smoothies or to color ice cream green. Continue reading How To Juice Wheatgrass In A Blender