Mango, cilantro, and lime collide, with ginger to spice up the ride.
You really have to love cilantro for this one, otherwise it’s just going to be weird. I happen to LOVE cilantro, especially with sweet things.
I recommend using one frozen mango and one fresh one, if you can swing it.
This is an adaptation of my favorite cooked chai recipe from The Ayurvedic Cookbook by Amadea Morningstar. I fell in love with this chai from the first time I made it and now those chai drinks from the coffee shops just don’t cut it!! I just tried this raw version for the first time this morning and I could have finished the whole thing off straight from the blender!!! It takes longer to make because the mint needs to be soaked in the water like a sun tea but it is definitely worth it! I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Enjoy sipping while soaking in the warm summer sunshine!
Absolutly Delicous and Healthy! I dont think any Breakfest can top it… Try it and find out yourself!
This is a very good pudding in a pretty lime green color with little red specks! It tastes a lot like honeydew melons and is good for springtime refreshments. My mother made this the other day when I wasn’t feeling great and it gave me a lot of energy. It was a spur of the moment recipe that turned out surprisingly good:)