Making your own iced coffee or blended coffee drink is not only an easy endeavor, it is more economical than a daily drink from Starbucks or another local coffee counter. Sip this tasty blended vanilla mocha, and you'll have no trouble telling your barrista "bye-bye."
Made especially popular by Dr. Oz, green drinks are a whole food solution to getting more nutrient-dense vegetables (and fruit, depending on the green drink recipe) into your diet while helping you detoxify your system in the most natural way.
If you feel like you've been missing out on homemade soda because you don't own one of those fancy do-it-yourself machines, don't fret. Soda is a pretty simple thing to make — flavored syrup is mixed with sparkling water. Give this homemade strawberry soda a try!
On a scorching hot day nothing beats a tall glass of iced tea. This recipe mixes ginger with green tea for great taste. Along with tasting terrific, green tea includes a lot of antioxidants and compounds to help maintain good health (studies reveal a number of disease-fighting propertie
Tequila's always good in shot form or mixed with lime juice for a margarita. But who says you need to add fruit for the perfect tequila cocktail? Now you can have a fruity tequila without the extra hassle.
While pink lemonade may induce nostalgic childhood memories, it often relies on food coloring to achieve its rose hue. Skip the artificial coloring! Lavender gives this lemonade a beautiful violet color, and it also adds a unique and soothing herbal flavor.
The Caribou Lou isn't your typical fruity, girly cocktail. The combo of 151 proof rum, coconut rum and pineapple juice is strong enough to stand up against even the manliest cocktails. One sip and you'll be transported to white sand beaches and crystal clear waters!