I had some leftover cranberry juice from making the Cranberry Jelly so I decided to use it up in a smoothie. I really enjoy how refreshing and tart this smoothie is. Perfect for hot afternoons. 😙 Ingredients 1 cup pure cranberry juice 2 well-ripened frozen bananas 1 rib celery, peeled and cut into small pieces Method Blend with… Continue reading Cranberry Smoothie
A little bit of creativity can make a happy meal for your child! Ingredients 1 apple (sliced) 1 small tomato (halved) sunflower seeds raisins Inspired by Cool Fruit & Veggie Food Art by Nancy Tuminelly
My daughter had the opportunity to go to a local farm this year with her school. She was given a wheatgrass kit to bring home. She was so excited to water it everyday. As with all 4-year-old children, the danger is in spot-watering. The centre area of the tray had the annual rainfall of a rainforest and all… Continue reading Wheatgrass Juice
My little girl LOVES bunnies and carrots! 🐰 Recently, I had cause to be grateful that she loves carrots so much. She had a phlegmy cough but she did not know how to expel phlegm. I searched online and found out that carrot juice can help to boost the immune system as well as reduce… Continue reading Carrot Juice
Some weeks ago, my little one fell ill. With swollen tonsils, she could hardly swallow any food without crying. Tears flowed copiously at every meal. I remembered that Chia pudding is smooth and easy to swallow. Her eyes sparkled when she saw the Chia pudding. 😍 Thank God, a breakfast that brought smiles instead of… Continue reading Honeyed Chia Pudding
These Lemon-Blueberry Muffins from Trina were another great favourite with my family. Instead of the Lemon Sprinkles, I topped the muffins with lemon curd before baking. The lemon curd was a gift from a dear friend. Thanks, KL! 😃 Before baking, make a little well on top of each muffin for the lemon curd to sit in.… Continue reading Blueberry Lemon Curd Muffins
Ingredients 1 cup Papaya chunks 1 banana 5 ice cubes 5 tbs almond milk Method Blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Quantity Serves 1 Note To make it a raw smoothie, use raw almond milk. You can pour the smoothie into a vacuum cup and bring it out for a refreshing drink!