Healthy fizz exists. Okay, I'm not sure if it's 100% healthy but I believe it's better than the artificial flavors sparkling drinks that are massed produced.
I'll be trying a couple of summer drinks recipe over summer. If you're interested, follow along! :D
As I mentioned in a earlier card, I don't like soda. Perrier sparkling water is the closest thing to soda I actually enjoy. Low fizz content, low sugar, and no artificial colors.
Since the weather has been burning, nothing is more refreshing than an ice cold drink filled with flavor. I stumbled upon Half Baked Harvest's 3 refresher recipes and just by reading the ingredients I know I will love it. There ar three drink recipes: Cucumber Melon Refresher, Mango Lemonade, Hibiscus Agua Fresca.
Watermelon Ice Cubes!
This is the best summer drink hack. I've tried icing yogurt and juice but this is pretty much genius! You don't need a ice tray to keep the mold the watermelon. Just chop the fruit to small cubes, put them in a frozen zipper bag, and let it sit in the freezer for a couple of hours.
When the time comes take them out and use it for tea, juice or plain sparkling water.
I can't tell if I have a weak immune system or weak stomach. Whatever the reason is my stomach is sensitive to certain type of food specifically oil. On most days I try to avoid deep fry food and dishes made with lots of oil. Otherwise, my stomach will be upset. Peppermint tea and ginger ale is my aliment for stomach relief. Recently, my grocery market stop carrying my favorite ginger ale brand (probably because my family are the only ones in town purchasing them), so I'm looking to learn how make them myself. I found a recipe on Live Love Fruit. It definitely looks easy but I'll have to test it out before first!
I'll keep you guys posted in the Kitchen Stories collection.