Rich and thick with fresh mango flavor, this homemade mango nectar is the perfect thirst-quencher this summer. It's a breeze to make and keeps well in the fridge for days. And only with three simple ingredients!
This Mango Green Tea Lemonade is the perfect thirst quencher for those long hot days of summer. Sweet mangoes pair perfectly with sour lemons and the bright taste of green tea making this drink both refreshing and addictive - Strawberry Blondie Kitchen
Ingredients 3 cups frozen mango chunks ½ cup canned coconut milk (full-fat recommended) ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract tablespoons agave nectar (or liquid sweetener of choice such as honey or maple syrup), to taste pinch of salt (optional)
The first time I had Bubble Tea, it was at Pike Place Market is Seattle. We have it here in Spokane, I just had never tried it. I was admittedly a bit off put by the “bubbles” when I found out they were tapioca. I am not a fan of tapioca at all.
Mango Raspberry Jelly with Pomegranate and Chia seeds
Mango-Raspberry Jelly is perfect for health nut Valentine’s Day dessert. It’s all natural, made from fruit, with no artificial colors or refined sugar. Chia seeds, pomegranate and coconut milk give extra burst of flavor and nutrients. It is gluten free an
Mango Sour: 1 cup mango nectar ¾ cup vodka ½ cup fresh lemon juice 3 TB superfine granulated sugar (if you can't find that, powder sugar can be subbed) (Optional: lemon slices and diced mango for garnish)