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Reblogged from thecakebar

thecakebar:

Official UV Vodka Summer Drinks {you must click link for all recipes}

Quick, easy, delicious, and not a lof of ingredients…. perfect for summer!

comfortspringstation:

DIY Non-Dairy Milk
You can make a variety of plant-based “milks” by blending raw nuts, seeds, and grains with water. Almonds, cashews, macadamias, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, coconuts, soybeans, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, sacha inchi seeds, flaxseeds, quinoa, millet, rice, and oats can all be liquefied into delicious milks. Homemade milks are fresh, free of additives and preservatives, and you can completely control the integrity of the product: the quality of the ingredients, the sugar levels, and the texture.“Milking” raw nuts, seeds, and grains is quick and easy. Here’s how to do it:SOAK nuts, seeds, or grains by placing in a bowl with filtered water and a pinch of sea salt. Soaking removes enzyme inhibitors, improves digestibility and nutrient bio-availability, and helps everything blend more easily. Rinse thoroughly and drain.BLEND with filtered water. A high-speed machine like a Vitamix is preferable to really pulverize the mixture. A 1:3 ration of nuts/seeds/grains to water generally yields good results. Start with 2 cups of water and gradually add more water until you get the taste and consistency you like. Blend for about 1 minute. This can warm the mixture. Chill in the fridge, or blend with ice to consume immediately.SWEETEN the milk to taste with pitted dates, stevia, maple syrup, agave, coconut sugar, etc. You can also add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract to boost flavors, and 1 tablespoon of NON-GM soy or sunflower lecithin and coconut butter to emulsify ingredients. You can also jazz up your milks with raw cacao, fruit, cinnamon, nutmeg, or anything else that tickles your fancy.STRAIN Some foods like cashews, macadamias, and pecans yield smooth milks. However, with most other foods, like almonds, you will get some texture. You can enjoy this fibrous milk, or strain it for a smoother, more commercial-style blend. Place a nut milk bag over a large container, pour the milk in, and gently squeeze the bag until all liquid has passed through. You can re-purpose the pulp as a body scrub by mixing with some coconut oil, or dehydrate it for use in cookies, crusts, and crackers.ENJOY Most milks will keep in the fridge in a sealed container for two or three days. Freeze any leftovers in ice cube trays for use later. Homemade milks can separate when stored. Just shake or blend again before drinking.Basic Plant-Based “Milk”1 cup nuts, grains, or seeds3 cups filtered water3 Tbs. plant based sweetener (such as maple syrup, raw agave, coconut sugar, or 3-4 pitted dates, or stevia to taste)1 Tbs. coconut butter (optional, for texture)1 Tbs. Non-GM soy or sunflower lecithin (optional, to emulsify and add creaminess)1 tsp. natural vanilla extractPinch of Celtic sea salt (optional, to bring out flavors)1. Soak nuts, grains, or seeds for desired time. See suggested times below.2. Drain nuts, grains, or seeds. Rinse, and then place in blender with 3 cups filtered water. Add remaining ingredients, and blend on high until fully liquefied, about 1 minute.4. If consuming immediately, add a few ice cubes to cool milk.5. Strain with a nut milk bag, if desired. Milk will keep for two days stored in a sealed glass jar in the fridge.Makes 3-4 cups milk.(Originally by Tess Masters.)
Soaking time varies by hardness of nut or seed. Here are some more specific guide times for soaking the grains, nuts and seeds (with sprouting times when making sprouts):
Food                            Soaking Time (Hrs)    Sprouting Time (Days)
Almonds                          8-12                             No Sprouting
Adzuki Beans                  8-12                               4
Amaranth                        8                                    1-3
Barley                             6                                     2
Black Beans                   8-12                                3
Brazil Nuts                      3                                   No Sprouting
Buckwheat                     6                                      2-3
Cashews                        2-4                                No Sprouting Chickpeas/Garbanzo    8                                      2-3
Flaxseeds                     ½                                  No Sprouting
Hazelnuts                      8-12                              No Sprouting
Kamut                           7                                      2-3
Lentil Beans                 7                                       2-3
Macadamias                 2                                    No Sprouting
Millet                            5                                      12 hours
Mung Beans               8-12                                  4
Oat Groats                 6                                       2-3
Pecans                       6                                     No Sprouting
Pistachios                   8                                     No Sprouting
Pumpkin Seeds          8                                       3
Radish Seeds             8-12                                 3-4
Sesame Seeds           8                                       2-3
Sunflower Seeds        8                                       12-24 hours
Quinoa                       4                                       2-3
Walnuts                      4                                     No Sprouting
Wheat Berries            7                                       3-4
Wild Rice                    9                                       3-5

Reblogged from mingpong

comfortspringstation:

DIY Non-Dairy Milk

You can make a variety of plant-based “milks” by blending raw nuts, seeds, and grains with water. Almonds, cashews, macadamias, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, coconuts, soybeans, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, sacha inchi seeds, flaxseeds, quinoa, millet, rice, and oats can all be liquefied into delicious milks. Homemade milks are fresh, free of additives and preservatives, and you can completely control the integrity of the product: the quality of the ingredients, the sugar levels, and the texture.

“Milking” raw nuts, seeds, and grains is quick and easy. Here’s how to do it:

SOAK nuts, seeds, or grains by placing in a bowl with filtered water and a pinch of sea salt.
Soaking removes enzyme inhibitors, improves digestibility and nutrient bio-availability, and helps everything blend more easily. Rinse thoroughly and drain.

BLEND with filtered water. A high-speed machine like a Vitamix is preferable to really pulverize the mixture. A 1:3 ration of nuts/seeds/grains to water generally yields good results. Start with 2 cups of water and gradually add more water until you get the taste and consistency you like. Blend for about 1 minute. This can warm the mixture. Chill in the fridge, or blend with ice to consume immediately.

SWEETEN the milk to taste with pitted dates, stevia, maple syrup, agave, coconut sugar, etc. You can also add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract to boost flavors, and 1 tablespoon of NON-GM soy or sunflower lecithin and coconut butter to emulsify ingredients. You can also jazz up your milks with raw cacao, fruit, cinnamon, nutmeg, or anything else that tickles your fancy.

STRAIN Some foods like cashews, macadamias, and pecans yield smooth milks. However, with most other foods, like almonds, you will get some texture. You can enjoy this fibrous milk, or strain it for a smoother, more commercial-style blend. Place a nut milk bag over a large container, pour the milk in, and gently squeeze the bag until all liquid has passed through. You can re-purpose the pulp as a body scrub by mixing with some coconut oil, or dehydrate it for use in cookies, crusts, and crackers.

ENJOY Most milks will keep in the fridge in a sealed container for two or three days. Freeze any leftovers in ice cube trays for use later. Homemade milks can separate when stored. Just shake or blend again before drinking.

Basic Plant-Based “Milk”

1 cup nuts, grains, or seeds
3 cups filtered water
3 Tbs. plant based sweetener (such as maple syrup, raw agave, coconut sugar, or 3-4 pitted dates, or stevia to taste)
1 Tbs. coconut butter (optional, for texture)
1 Tbs. Non-GM soy or sunflower lecithin (optional, to emulsify and add creaminess)
1 tsp. natural vanilla extract
Pinch of Celtic sea salt (optional, to bring out flavors)

1. Soak nuts, grains, or seeds for desired time. See suggested times below.
2. Drain nuts, grains, or seeds. Rinse, and then place in blender with 3 cups filtered water. Add remaining ingredients, and blend on high until fully liquefied, about 1 minute.
4. If consuming immediately, add a few ice cubes to cool milk.
5. Strain with a nut milk bag, if desired. Milk will keep for two days stored in a sealed glass jar in the fridge.

Makes 3-4 cups milk.


(Originally by Tess Masters.)

Soaking time varies by hardness of nut or seed. Here are some more specific guide times for soaking the grains, nuts and seeds (with sprouting times when making sprouts):

Food                            Soaking Time (Hrs)    Sprouting Time (Days)

Almonds                          8-12                             No Sprouting

Adzuki Beans                  8-12                               4

Amaranth                        8                                    1-3

Barley                             6                                     2

Black Beans                   8-12                                3

Brazil Nuts                      3                                   No Sprouting

Buckwheat                     6                                      2-3

Cashews                        2-4                                No Sprouting Chickpeas/Garbanzo    8                                      2-3

Flaxseeds                     ½                                  No Sprouting

Hazelnuts                      8-12                              No Sprouting

Kamut                           7                                      2-3

Lentil Beans                 7                                       2-3

Macadamias                 2                                    No Sprouting

Millet                            5                                      12 hours

Mung Beans               8-12                                  4

Oat Groats                 6                                       2-3

Pecans                       6                                     No Sprouting

Pistachios                   8                                     No Sprouting

Pumpkin Seeds          8                                       3

Radish Seeds             8-12                                 3-4

Sesame Seeds           8                                       2-3

Sunflower Seeds        8                                       12-24 hours

Quinoa                       4                                       2-3

Walnuts                      4                                     No Sprouting

Wheat Berries            7                                       3-4

Wild Rice                    9                                       3-5

Reblogged from will03

theaveragedream:

Harry Potter Mixology: My Favorites!

Bellatrix Lestrange

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz Vodka
  • 1 oz Bailey’s Irish cream
  • 1 oz Amaretto
  • 1oz cream
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Top with cinnamon/crushed almonds

Directions:

  • Place martini glass in freezer to chill
  • Add Baileys, amaretto, vodka and cream to shaker with ice
  • Shake
  • Remove glass from freezer
  • Rim inside of martini glass with chocolate syrup
  • Pour contents of shaker into glass
  • Top with almond crumbles or cinnamon

Fleur Delacour

Ingredients:

  • 3 oz Nuvo
  • 1 oz Vodka
  • 3 Raspberries
  • 1 Strawberry

Directions:

  • To chill Vodka: Add ice and Vodka to cocktail shaker
  • Shake
  • Add Raspberries to bottom of champagne flute
  • Strain chilled vodka into flute
  • Add Nuvo
  • Garnish with strawberry

Fred and George Weasley

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz Vodka
  • ½ oz Chambord
  • ½ oz Peach Schnapps
  • Splash of Pineapple juice
  • Strawberry Pop Rocks

Directions:

  • Fill martini glass with cold water and place in freezer for 2 minutes to chill.
  • Pour all ingredients except candy in a shaker with ice.
  • Rim martini glass with Strawberry Pop Rocks
  • Pour in contents of mixer.
Goblet of Fire
Ingredients:
  • 1 oz vodka
  • 1 oz blue curacao
  • 3 oz lemonade
  • Splash 151
  • Pinch of cinnamon
Directions:
  • Pour vodka, blue curacao, and lemonade into a goblet-type glass
  • Top with a splash of 151 proof rum
  • Light on fire
  • Add the pinch of cinnamon to the flames (cinnamon will spark)
  • *** Blow out flames before consuming! ***

Luna Lovegood

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz Grey Goose Le Citron vodka
  • ½ oz Elderflower liquor
  • 7 raspberries
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • Pink lemonade
  • Lemon wedge garnish

Directions:

  • Muddle 6 raspberries with sugar in a tall glass.
  • Add ice.
  • Top with vodka and pink lemonade.
  • Garnish with lemon wedge and raspberry.

Lord Voldemort

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz Tequila
  • 1/3 oz Tabasco sauce
  • 1 jalapeno pepper

Directions:

  • Muddle jalapeno pepper and Tabasco sauce.
  • Strain into shot glass.
  • Add tequila.
  • Garnish with thin slice of jalapeno.

Firewhiskey

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz whiskey
  • 1/2 oz cinnamon schnapps
  • Splash of 151 rum

Directions:

  • Add whiskey and cinnamon schnapps to shaker with ice
  • Shake to chill
  • Pour into shot glass
  • Top with 151 rum
  • Ignite
  • ***Put out flames before consuming!***

Minerva McGonagall

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz Vodka
  • 6 oz Earl Grey or choice tea
  • Dash Syrup
  • 1 oz lemon juice
  • Garnish lemon
  • 2 mint leaves

Directions:

  • Combine all ingredients into a tall class.
  • Stir.
  • Garnish with mint leaves and lemon.

Slytherin

Ingredients:

  • 4 mint leaves
  • 1 oz rum
  • 2 slices lime
  • 3 tsp sugar
  • 3 oz champagne

Directions:

  • Muddle mint leaves, limes, rum, sugar in shaker until sugar dissolves
  • Strain into champagne flute
  • Add champagne
  • Garnish with mint

Reblogged from defying-sins

buzzfeedfood:

What? You’d like a million of them, you say? Right this way for the full instructions

Reblogged from aiyomikeo

midgetstruckgold:

It’s my 24th birthday tomorrow. Going to try some of these shots at the bar. How many of these can I consume before getting carried away? Details to come.

Top 5:
5. B-52
4. Orgasm
3. Baby Guiness
2. Flamin’ Beaver
1. Alabama Slammer

itspartyrehab:

Peppermint BrownietiniIngredients & Measurements:
3 tbsp Chocolate Liquor
2 tbsp Peppermint Schnapps
2 tbsp Cake Vodka
1 1/2 tsp Dry Brownie Mix
1/3 cup Milk
2 tbsp Chocolate Syrup
1 tbsp Crushed Candy Canes
Garnish: Whipped Cream and Peppermint Candies
Instructions:Mix chocolate liqueur, peppermint schnapps, cake flavored vodka, brownie cake mix, and milk/cream shaker with ice. Shake for about 30 seconds. Dip rim of glass in chocolate syrup then in crushed candy canes. Strain drink into glass. Top drink with whipped cream and candy as desired.

Reblogged from random-attractions

itspartyrehab:

Peppermint Brownietini

Ingredients & Measurements:

  • 3 tbsp Chocolate Liquor
  • 2 tbsp Peppermint Schnapps
  • 2 tbsp Cake Vodka
  • 1 1/2 tsp Dry Brownie Mix
  • 1/3 cup Milk
  • 2 tbsp Chocolate Syrup
  • 1 tbsp Crushed Candy Canes
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream and Peppermint Candies

Instructions:
Mix chocolate liqueur, peppermint schnapps, cake flavored vodka, brownie cake mix, and milk/cream shaker with ice. Shake for about 30 seconds. Dip rim of glass in chocolate syrup then in crushed candy canes. Strain drink into glass. Top drink with whipped cream and candy as desired.

(Source: itspartyrehab)

Reblogged from nikkknackattack

thecakebar:

  1. Tropical Mango Yogurt Smoothie
  2. Green Ginger Peach Smoothie
  3. Hearty Fruit and Oat Smoothie
  4. Tropical Blueberry Smoothie

aros:

Blueberry Mint Juleps

Reblogged from verslibre

aros:

Blueberry Mint Juleps

thepartyguru:

Vodka Sunrise Jello Shots.
Ingredients & Measurements:
1.5 oz. Grenadine Syrup
2 oz. Orange Juice
1 package Knox Gelatin
2 oz. Water
1 tbsp Sugar
3 oz. Vodka
Instructions:Put the grenadine syrup and 2 ounces of orange juice in your small sauce pan. Sprinkle half a packet of gelatin over top and let it bloom for about a minute. Heat over low heat for about six minutes, stirring often, until the gelatin has dissolved. Divide between two orange halves and chill thoroughly before adding the second layer.When the first layer is set combine the water and sugar in the saucepan. Sprinkle the remaining half packet of gelatin over the top and allow it to bloom for a minute or so. Heat over low heat for six minutes, stirring, until the gelatin has dissolved. Take off the heat and add the vodka. Pour over the grenadine layer filling each orange half all the way up to the top and chill until firm, overnight if possible.After they are firm, cut them in half to create the fruit wedges. Enjoy!!

Reblogged from random-attractions

thepartyguru:

Vodka Sunrise Jello Shots.

Ingredients & Measurements:

  • 1.5 oz. Grenadine Syrup
  • 2 oz. Orange Juice
  • 1 package Knox Gelatin
  • 2 oz. Water
  • 1 tbsp Sugar
  • 3 oz. Vodka

Instructions:
Put the grenadine syrup and 2 ounces of orange juice in your small sauce pan. Sprinkle half a packet of gelatin over top and let it bloom for about a minute. Heat over low heat for about six minutes, stirring often, until the gelatin has dissolved. Divide between two orange halves and chill thoroughly before adding the second layer.

When the first layer is set combine the water and sugar in the saucepan. Sprinkle the remaining half packet of gelatin over the top and allow it to bloom for a minute or so. Heat over low heat for six minutes, stirring, until the gelatin has dissolved. Take off the heat and add the vodka. Pour over the grenadine layer filling each orange half all the way up to the top and chill until firm, overnight if possible.

After they are firm, cut them in half to create the fruit wedges. Enjoy!!

(Source: itspartyrehab)

Reblogged from juslau

melonpuff:

 

(Source: wholeliving.com)