Homemade Blueberry Kefir

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Forget sugar-filled store bought kefir and make your own blueberry version at home! Made with just three ingredients, this homemade kefir is rich in gut-friendly probiotics and it’s an excellent source of calcium. Plus it can be prepped ahead of time for an easy grab-and-go breakfast or snack. Get the recipe now.

Berry Date Smoothie with a Kick to Spice Up Your Morning

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When you want to spice up your morning, opt for this creamy berry date smoothie with a kick. The combination of blueberries and strawberries makes for a bright flavor that’s enhanced with the sweetness of dates. Then there’s a hint of cayenne pepper to give you a little spicy punch at the end. Get the recipe now.

How to Make Homemade Kefir

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An excellent source of probiotics and calcium, kefir is a fermented beverage with many health benefits. With just two ingredients, kefir is free of added sugars, and it’s surprisingly easy to prepare at home. Read more on Foodal to get tips, tricks, and step-by-step instructions for successfully making your own batch.

Orange Ginger Sunshine Smoothie

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Awaken your senses with a bright treat that does your body good from the inside out. This colorful smoothie is loaded with fresh oranges, sweet bananas, and zippy ginger for a kick that will have your taste buds buzzing. Read more now to add this nutritious, refreshing beverage to your list of healthy favorites.

Our Iced Drunken Mocha Cocktail Creates Serious Buzz

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If you want a double dose of buzz, this iced drunken mocha cocktail is the recipe to dole it out. The combination of chocolate, espresso and coffee liqueur makes for a caffeinated serving of happy hour goodness. It’s like drinking your favorite mocha beverage with a boozy punch at the end. Get the recipe now.

Refreshing Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade with Honey and Mint

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Enjoy the ultimate glass of refreshment with this sparkling raspberry lemonade, made with fresh berries, citrus, mint, and a touch of honey. Forget buying a bottled version or making it from a powder, because we all know homemade is always better when fresh fruit is in season. Get the recipe now.

Cooking with Beer: Juicy Grilled Lager and Lemon Chicken

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Beer isn’t just for drinking anymore. Our incredibly juicy grilled lager and lemon chicken is a tasty way to enjoy your favorite brew outside the glass. With a beer-based marinade, this flavorful poultry will become your new dinner go-to, paired with a green vegetable and starch for a complete meal. Get the recipe now.

Forget the Mixer, Make Fresh From-Scratch Margaritas Instead

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There’s no need to run out to buy mixer for your tequila fix when you can make this fresh margarita recipe instead. With a zesty salt rim, this cocktail is comprised of just four simple ingredients to highlight the flavor of the classic beverage. You’ll want to bust this recipe out for Taco Tuesday forever. Read more.

Wake Up Your Happy Hour with an Espresso Martini

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Add a boost of caffeine to your next happy hour with the best espresso martini. This simple recipe only requires 5 ingredients, and provides just the pick-me-up that you need at the end of a long day. It’s a smooth and strong cocktail that’s perfect whenever you decide to bring it out. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Easy Weeknight Chicken Marsala

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Your weekly dinner rotation needs to include the best Easy Weeknight Chicken Marsala recipe. This elegant meal is surprisingly easy to make, with a rich sauce, perfectly browned mushrooms, and thin pieces of poultry. It pairs wonderfully with pasta and potatoes, making it ideal for any night. Get the recipe on Foodal.