16 carrots, peeled and juiced
8 oranges, peeled
Juice carrots and citrus separately through a juicer to extract the juices. Serve fresh-squeezed juice in elegant glasses and sip slowly.
Recipe courtesy of Chef Mandilyn Canistelle
Raw cheddar cheese, cubed
Toothpicks or kabob sticks
Pieces of fruit, such as red or green grapes, strawberries and apples; cut into cubes
Cut all cheese and fruit into cubes and place on toothpicks or kabob sticks.
Recipe courtesy of Dr. Josh Axe (www.draxe.com)
Raspberry Vanilla Cream Popsicles
Makes 10 popsicles
1 13.5-ounce can organic coconut milk or 2 cups coconut yogurt (whole fat)
2 6-ounce packages of fresh raspberries
3 Tablespoons raw honey for mild sweetness OR 4 Tablespoons for a sweeter result
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 Tablespoons Garden of Life® Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
Place all ingredients into a blender. Blend on high until smooth, frothy and creamy. Pour into popsicle mold and insert handle tops or wooden sticks (depending on the type of molds you have). Freeze for a minimum of 3 hours. Once thoroughly frozen, turn popsicle mold maker on its side under running hot water, but do not allow water to touch popsicles! This will loosen the popsicles away from sides of the mold, making it easier to remove. After eating your share, wrap remaining popsicles in individual pieces of plastic wrap. Store popsicles in a ziplock freezer bag in the freezer. Note: Variations on this recipe can be to change the fruit or to omit the fruit and add your favorite nut butter or raw cacao powder.
Recipe courtesy of Pure Fresh Daily (www.purefreshdaily.com)
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