This blueberry spinach smoothie is an easy way to sneak in a cup of spinach for breakfast without overpowering the taste of the other ingredients. I prefer to use frozen spinach and blueberries since they eliminate the need for adding in any extra ice. There are many benefits of each of the ingredients in this smoothie, but the following are some that stood out to me!Continue reading
Contrary to the name, the Boston Cooler as we know it (a combination of ginger ale soda and vanilla ice cream) comes from the city of Detroit. Purists insist on using Vernor’s Ginger Ale for the mix, however we went with the brand of soda that we already had on hand – and the results were still delicious!
This recipe is a no-recipe recipe (unless you intend to make your own ginger ale and ice cream, in which case, hats off to you) and you only need two ingredients:
- Vanilla ice cream
- Ginger ale soda
For the directions, scoop the ice cream into a cup, as much or as little as you like, then pour the ginger ale over to fill to the brim. Pour slowly to account for the rising foam! Some recipes call for blending the two ingredients together in a blender prior to serving, but that seems like just a tad too much work and extra dishes for a Wednesday night… cheers!