Being a lover of ice cream, I have tried out countless recipes, and yet black walnut gelato remains to be my favorite. Some of the attractive features about this snack are its exceptional taste as well as the numerous health benefits it has to offer. Everyone who has tasted this recipe beams about how they have never had ice cream that good. As such, it is a pleasure to bestow it to you to give you a way to cool off during the hot seasons as you enjoy this delicacy.
I love smoothies, but I have recently been having a little bit of trouble digesting dairy products, so I have gone on a dairy-free diet. Every morning, I used to begin my day with a smoothie, but because of my new dietary needs, I have been missing my morning pick-me-up. As a result, I set out to find a blueberry smoothie without yogurt that I could enjoy.
I love the taste of coconut milk; in fact, I use it in my coffee from time to time to give it that coconut flavor that I love so much. I have made a lot of recipes that call for coconut milk over the years, but until recently, I never encountered one that called for coconut cream. When I saw the recipe, it made me wonder if the two could be interchanged, and if not, what makes them different? Here’s what I found out.
Like most drinks, the exact origins of the Vegas Bomb cocktail are lost to history and/or the vague recollections of the people who invented it. But the drink first began making an appearance in the Las Vegas club scene about ten years ago. So odds are the drink was originally the result of some combination of bored bartenders and vacationing college students. But it’s become one of the better-known drinks in tourist bars in Vegas and increasingly across the nation.