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Blender Beverages for Winter

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Florida Eggnog
Ingredients:
3 cups prepared eggnog or soy milk nog
1 tablespoon Key lime juice
1 frozen tangerine, fresh, peeled (peel and place them in your
freezer overnight.)
6 drops liquid stevia extract or your choice of sweetener, optional

Directions:
Add all ingredients to a blender and mix on high until smooth. Serve in punch cups. Note: Double or triple recipe when hosting a large party. To substitute a fresh tangerine for the frozen, add several ice cubes. Yield: 4½ cups

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6 comments

1 petespad { 01.20.13 at 10:45 am }

For Ozzyburg:Cook apples with ginger root,cinnamon and nutmeg…a little sugar in water.The water should only reach up to half of the apples. Cover. Boil and immediately lower heat to low. Let cook until the apples are soft. Cool or put in fridge.. Put in blender warm or cold. Handful of sunflower seeds in blender. Blend to a flour substance. Add one glass of milk and one banana. Blend. This one gives you energy for the day. No salt in these two drinks !

2 Carol { 01.17.13 at 8:20 am }

I am on a gluten, dairy, egg, apple, orange, banana, soy free diet!
Any ideas for a blender drink meeting these limitations?

3 Dawn { 01.16.13 at 4:16 pm }

Made a beet and blueberry smoothie the other day…yummy! 1 small steamed beet, 1/2 cup blueberries, 1 Cup vanilla yogurt, splash of milk, crushed ice. Really picks you up after work. 🙂

4 Leanne { 01.16.13 at 11:49 am }

Larry, use Agave Nectar in place of the sugar. I use about half what it calls for in a recipe. Great stuff! You can purchase it most anywhere. Look where either sugar is sold or maple syrup.

5 ozzyburg { 01.16.13 at 10:33 am }

looking for recipies with low or no salt

6 Larry { 01.16.13 at 8:51 am }

do you have bllender recipies for people with diabetis

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