This drink is absolutely delicious and tastes just like a creamsicle, yet not heavy and without dairy. We served it at the annual Rachael Ray Feedback event down in Austin, Texas in 2012. It was one of the signature drinks at the VIP "Greenhouse" and without a doubt the most popular!tags: drinks fruit more
This is a sinfully rich and creamy drink, but not heavy as if you were to use cream. Coconut milk is good for you – give it a little kick with Patron's XO Café® and you've got a decadent drink.
This is one of the beverages we served at the 2012 annual Feedback event we throw in Austin during the SXSW music festival. It was featured at our VIP "Greenhouse" and was chosen as a favorite drink.tags: drinks more
This smoothie is naturally sweetened with strawberries and dates and flavored with vanilla and cinnamon. Soaking the coconut flakes, cashews and dates makes them soft, so they are completely smooth when blended. If you want to have this smoothie for breakfast, go ahead and soak the coconut, cashews and dates in the refrigerator overnight, then in the morning you’ll be all ready to blend.
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Chef Seamus Mullen shares this delicious and healthy recipe with us from his new book, Hero Food. Be sure to catch Seamus in our section about cooking with healthy and anti-inflammatory foods!
A parsley vinaigrette is a terrifically versatile thing. It works with all sorts of salads, from potato salads to bean salads, but it’s also great on a sautéed piece of fish or drizzled over grilled meats and vegetables. All hail, lord parsley!
This is not a juice in the true sense of the word, it’s really more of a smoothie. I prefer using a Vitamix to make green drinks rather than using a juicer because it keeps all of the nutrients and fiber of the vegetable and just processes it so that it’s easier for the body to break down, rather than extracting just the juice and discarding the fiber. When I’m having a lot of pain in my hands, which unfortunately is quite frequently, this really helps me. The folic acid in the parsley clears out the uric acid in my joints which causes the pain. – Seamus Mullen