Simple syrup with Splenda can be a way to have your save Sunday morning pancakes when they are threatened by the low-sugar, reducing diet you recently adopted. Sugar has been linked to a number of adverse conditions including diabetes and obesity. But we humans do love our sweet flavors, and if you’ve been missing that special taste, then Splenda might offer a solution to your dilemma.
The Vietnamese avocado shake, or sinh to bo as people commonly call it in Vietnam, is one of the sweetest smoothies I have ever had. All you need is regular milk, some sweetened condensed milk and of course, ripe avocados. As a food enthusiast, I am ever on the lookout for the next recipe I will try out, but I have to be honest and admit that it is not always that meals jump out at me.
When I saw the title “Lemon Cayenne Pepper Water,” I did a double take. “Really?” I thought, “I can’t believe it.” You see, when I was a little girl I had nearly continuous respiratory problems. It didn’t help that in 1959 when I was seven years old, my entire second grade class and I had pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough. Lemon cayenne water was one of the ingredients my mother gave me while I was sick.
The buttery nipple has fast risen to become a favorite party shot, and it is not for naught. To start with, it has a delightful taste that will have you coming for more as the party goes on. It is also quite light on the alcohol which is a good thing owing to its sweet taste.
Malt vinegar uses are many! Did you ever come across malt vinegar or brown vinegar as one of the ingredients of a recipe? Did you ever wonder what makes this vinegar different from a synthetic one? And does that difference guarantee better health and nutritional value to the brown vinegar?