I created this recipe for Waterbaby12347 who wrote a post inquiring about either freezing or dehydrating cucumbers. When I saw the post my first thought was sorbet but I had never made this before… so I meditated over what would be good together and out came a beautiful refreshing coconut cucumber sorbet! I used herbs (lemon thyme and shiso!) to jazz it up.
Electrolytes and intestional lubrication, what more could you ask for?
I love this one. Use fresh or frozen blueberries.
This is my favorite smoothie, in fact, it’s one of my favorite foods. I just love the combination of icy cold sweet blueberries – and the bee pollen, which can taste very bitter depending on your tastes, is so sweet and adds so much great flavor. It is also great to bring around on a hot day.If you are worried about whether bee pollen is vegan, it is actually more vegan than honey, because it is created using the bees’ legs versus the mouth, which is how honey is made. Feel free to use a vegan raw sweetener instead of honey, if desired.
Everyone always does Strawberry Kiwi, so my sister saw my fresh blueberries and thought, “Why not blueberries?!”. We whipped one up and Oh Yum! Tart, but yummy!