Tonight I made blueberry frozen yogurt. Really yummy (and healthy). I mixed Greek yogurt, blackberry nectar juice, and blueberries (cooked in the microwave to soften) with a hand-blender and voilà! Yumminess!
I made my first batch of chai tea yesterday. It was pretty simple, and good. Here’s the recipe:
2 tsp. black pepper,
2 tsp. fresh ginger root
6 pods of cardomon/1 tsp. of ground cardomon
10 inches of cinammon stick
3 tsp. cloves
Add to 8 cups of water. Bring to a boil and cook on medium for 10 minutes (or use a microwave). The original recipe suggests adding 8 tsp. Darjeeling OP, steeped for 8 minutes. I used Rooibos and English Breakfast. Strain out the spices and tea. Add 1 tsp. of vanilla and 3 tsp. of honey. (I added a bit more honey…). This can be refrigerated for weeks. Heat up as needed and add an equal amount of steamed milk. Top with cinnamon.
I’m going to be playing with this recipe a bit. Of course, let me know if you have a better recipe or suggestions.
I LOVE Starbucks Pumpkin Loaf. I could, and often do, eat it every day. But I also could make it myself. I found a recipe that tastes pretty darn close to Starbucks’ recipe. The only problem is it is loaded with butter and sugar.
I also made pumpkin frozen yogurt. A little strange but healthier than our usual fare. Puh-lease tell me you have a healthy, but yummy pumpkin bread recipe. Or a fool-proof recipe for frozen yogurt?