I have always been intrigued by what I we can do naturally to help us in our lives with physical ailments which in turn effects our mind, body and soul.
I thought I would share with you some things I have liked and saved from “Juicing Vegetables” I find the recipes so simple and so relevant. I just need to start using them more in everyday life!
Infused waters are so good for you and add so much oomph to water! Better than cordials and the list above also shows the health benefits. I have to get me some of these jars!
Recently in the cold and damp weather that has been haunting us here in the UK. I have found that my hands and joints are aching. I’m going to try this juice as anything helps!
If this cold buster concoction is something I have to have..no actually want to drink in place of medicine, I’ll take it any day!
A healthy juice to kick start your day!
The Four A’s! Antioxidant, Anti cancerous, Anti inflammatory and Anthocyanin content!!!!
The raspberry is all four of these things and now considered to be a super healthy fruit. I love raspberries, I am attracted by colour, feel, taste! you name it! And I was ecstatic to see that Deliciously Elegant had put up a stunning fresh Raspberry tea that I just had to try! And share with you all x
It’s wonderful and so delicious. Extremely refreshing and really raised my spirits. I am still sipping on it as I write to you all and am loving the soft plumped up raspberries and seeds that I am now getting a hit of towards the bottom of the cup!
A must try and very sooooon! Hope you enjoy it as much as I have 🙂
a few drops of fresh lemon juice
sweetener of your choice
• Pop the raspberries into a teacup and pour over hot boiling water
• Let the tea brew for a while 5 minutes or so, then squish them a little and stir in the lemon juice and sweetener
Put your feet up, sit back and enjoy!
Thank you sooo much for the inspiration and recipe Deliciously Elegant
A cooling refreshing ice cream float in milk laced with sweet rose syrup. Plus the addition of basil seeds which is closely related to the new wonder chia seeds! Also with vermicelli that sinks to the bottom and makes it a treat at the end to scoop out from the bottom of your tall glass!
One of my husband’s favourites when we go to an Indian restaurant. So as he’s feeling under the weather, I knew this large pink glass full of sweet milk and ice cream would cheer him up no end! And I was right lol!
2 tbsp basil seeds
3 tbsp rose syrup
4 tbsp vermicelli mini
Scoop of vanilla ice cream
• Boil the vermicelli for 5 minutes and strain. Keep aside to cool
• Put the basil seeds in a bowl and soak the seeds with enough cold water for 5 minutes
• Pour in the rose syrup into a tall glass add the soaked basil seeds and 2
tablespoons of the boiled vermicelli. Add cold milk to and stir. Place the scoop of ice cream onto the milk to top it off
You’ll definitely need a tall spoon to devour the goodness!
Enjoy! Much love D x