Traditional mojitos are full of sugar, (and rum is really sweet too) so I came up with a Sugar-Free and Low-Carb Mojito recipe! Using my Sugar-Free Simple Syrup, you, too, can mix yourself a refreshing mojito and relax on your front porch!
These bubbly drinks are summer’s bounty in a glass! And with a sugar-free simple syrup, they have just 2g carbs per serving! Perfect for keeping that blood sugar stable! Trim Healthy Mama-friendly, too!
Whether you play golf or not, you’re sure to enjoy this classic, non-alcoholic drink of sweet lemonade combined with refreshing iced tea. This recipe contains NO sugar; it’s a low-carb and stevia-sweetened Arnold Palmer! If you’re a Southerner and can’t decide between your tea and lemonade, this is the best of both worlds!
Bottle up summer with this sugar-free Ultraviolet Lemonade, made from wild violets! It’s a low-carb, low-glycemic, floral twist on classic lemonade — and a non-alcoholic way to enjoy wild violets!
The Unicorn Frappuccino from Starbucks has a whopping 59 grams of sugar. Skip that (and the other junk) and go for a homemade Real Food Unicorn Frap instead! This version is low-carb and sugar-free, but just as magical!
This is exactly what it means to use food as medicine! With anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving enzymes, hormone balancing ingredients, and more, this PMS smoothie is perfect before and during your period to relieve uncomfortable symptoms and bring back your energy!
Dandy Blend, an herbal coffee substitute, is full of liver-loving dandelion root and chicory, yet has no caffeine or acidity. By adding collagen, maca powder, and healthy fats, and then blending, I’m left with a dairy-free, sugar-free “latte” that’s delicious and has no ill side effects!
Raw cacao butter combined with my sugar alternative makes a decadent and frothy white hot chocolate that tastes like it came from a high-end coffee shop. Made with raw milk and with the addition of my favorite collagen powder, it’s extra nourishing!
You’re going to pay a lot more and get a lot less by continuing to purchase cashew milk at the health food store. Save money and health with homemade cashew milk just 2 ingredients: cashews and H20.
If you live where wild violets grow, I highly encourage you to take an afternoon, put on your sun hat, and pick your own violets — or send the kiddies out to do it 😉 — then make my wild violet simple syrup. Now, you can use that lovely purple simple syrup to make this: The Ultraviolet — a cocktail made of vodka, lime, and just hint of floral wild violet flavor.