Category Archives for Drinks

Jugo Verde Recipe (Mexican Green Juice)

Refreshing and nutritious green juice with a tropical hint. A Mexican green juice is a great way to start your day with energy and on the brighter side. Green juices have been in the spotlight for the past years, but I Latin American they have always been there. I’ve already published my recipe for Venezuelan […]

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Apple Banana Smoothie

Another energizing and nutritive smoothie recipe here in the blog. This apple banana smoothie is a naturally sweet and creamy smoothie that you can take as a complete breakfast. You may have noted that every week I’m doing more and more smoothies. I used to be skeptical about juicing but now I just love how […]

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Banana Coffee Smoothie

Let’s talk about the ultimate breakfast smoothie. This creamy and rich banana coffee smoothie has it all: banana (sweetness, vitamins, and potassium), coffee (energizing) and my secret touch … peanut butter (extra creaminess). You can drink a glass of this banana coffee smoothie and be satisfied for a good couple hours. I like it as […]

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Spinach Apple Smoothie

In case you are following this blog for a while, you probably know that this is not the healthiest blog on the food blogging community. I’m not aiming to become the next Oh she glows! — Btw I love her recipes. But recently I’ve found myself enjoying the benefits of juicing. For that reason, I […]

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Spanish Tinto de Verano

While I’m waiting for the warmer days to come —still in the middle of winter here —-I wanted to share with you one of my favorite beverages for summer: Spanish tinto de verano. I know it sounds exotic but there is no mystery behind this drink. A tinto de verano is basically red wine mixed […]

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Spanish Café con Leche

For me, the pleasures in life are in the simplest things, and a cup of Spanish café con leche is just that. It is the most popular hot beverage in my house—in Venezuela. As you may know, Venezuela — and most South American countries — were colonized by Spanish people. Because of that, we have […]

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