These Low-Carb Strawberry Italian Sodas are summer’s bounty in a glass! With a sugar-free simple syrup, they have just 2g carbs per serving… Perfect stable blood sugar! These healthy, non-alcoholic drinks are keto and 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 keto-friendly 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!
The next time you’re experiencing a PMS headache, back ache, or cramps, try this anti-inflammatory PMS Smoothie with adaptogenic maca and pain-relieving pineapple and turmeric. Carrot helps detox excess estrogen. It’s dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan or Whole30-friendly!
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 (use dairy-free milk if you like!) and with the addition of my favorite collagen powder, it’s extra nourishing!
It’s so easy, quick, and frugal to make your own dairy-free milks! Save money and avoid additives, like preservatives and sugar, with homemade cashew milk just 2 ingredients: soaked cashews and water.
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.
Here’s a stevia-sweetened Chunky Monkey Milk made with raw milk and with a dairy-free option. Kids can make this quick breakfast or snack all by themselves! So easy, quick, and nourishing, full of protein, and sugar-free, thanks to stevia!