That’s what you get when all of a sudden it turns out you have run out of all the necessary ingredients!
Quick improvisation and here it is :)
As promised, green and healthy once again.
This juice is to wake you up and help you to feel more energetic. All thanks to kiwi and its Vitamin C!
So far, three juice recipes I have checked on and no failure nor disappointment :)
Is it possible that all of them are so good..?
See you in April!
My wish is to say goodbye to March in a very healthy way, that is why this post and the next one will offer pure health found in the book I’d mentioned before :)
This juice is a bit thicker than the previous one. I think it can be compared to the consistency of a nectar.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have a fresh pineapple handy so I was forced to use the canned one. It’s possible the juice will be even more delicious if you decide to use fresh fruit only :)
Big thank you to a person who infected me with juicing :)
I don’t drink much water, which is bad for me, I know, I know :) But from now on, I’ll try to catch up with some vitamins by making home-made juices… They’re so so so good!
As I mentioned last time, I bought a really nice book and I’m planning to share all possible tastes that won my heart :)
So… paraphrasing The Beatles, all you need is… a juicer, some fruit and vegetables and… let the power of vitamins be with you!!!
It all started a year ago… and here we have the effects :)
Just to remind you, alcohol + me or me + alcohol… not the best combination :)
Still, it is sweet and I really like sweet :)
The whole story with this raspberry liqueur starts at my grandparents’. We usually bring several bowls full of raspberries from the country thinking what to do with them :) Some time ago my aunt decided to make this liqueur and… well, I decided to follow :)
The truth is, I cannot stand cold, I cannot stand lack of sunshine, I cannot stand short days and… freezing feet :) Yes, I know, central heating can be really helpful. It’s just sometimes you need to warm yourself up from the inside… Especially when this warming up can be so so sweet ;)
Recommended for runny nose, sore throat or long autumn evenings… Just remember, everything in moderation :)
I’ve just realised that my friend (hope she doesn’t mind calling her this way :)) has been into chillin’ and refreshing things recently… and on Sarenka, quite the contrary – a bit of warming up from the inside :)
First time I heard about Baileys was about three years ago but I wasn’t really interested in it… Well, now I can say it was a mistake, a huge mistake. In my humble opinion, Bailyes is one of the best liqueurs ever. Reading about it, I’ve come across a hint to make Irish Cream with… Irish Whiskey ;P Obvious, isn’t it? ;P Well, it wasn’t for me. Next time I’ll experiment with that kind of alcohol for sure :)
That’s my second attempt to home-made Baileys. First time it was good but too sweet, I think. This recipe is so way better!
I’ve looked through and been inspired by numerous blogs… and this recipe is a result of my seeking :)
If it happens that my next attempt will resemble original version even more, I’ll update things here :)
Are you cold? :)
So am I. Even though they say there is no winter here yet, I’m still lacking some warmth ;P
Thus… for the cold-handed as well as for those who suffer from constant ice-cold feet symptom – A real warm-up :)
Just put it in your tea, cover yourself with a blanket, take a good book in your hands and… the world is yours :)