Summary: Soda doesn't have to be nasty colas with high fructose syrup, it can be delicious beverages that can be a special treat, without feeling gross after you drink it. One of our favorite discoveries is Nature's Flavors, which crafts USDA Certified syrups with no toxins, chemicals, or synthetics. Their syrups are vegan, gluten and alcohol-free, as well as kosher.

Soda doesn’t have to be nasty colas with high fructose syrup, it can be delicious beverages that can be a special treat, without feeling gross after you drink it. One of our favorite discoveries is Nature’s Flavors, which crafts USDA Certified syrups with no toxins, chemicals, or synthetics. Their syrups are vegan, gluten and alcohol-free, as well as kosher.

While they have many flavors, their mango chili syrup caught our attention because we love the mix of sweet and spicy. Here is our favorite recipe for mango chili soda.

Vegan, Gluten-Free and Organic Mango Chili Soda

1 cup of filtered water
1 cup of organic, vegan sugar
1/2 cup Natures Flavors mango chili syrup

Bring all of the ingredients to a boil in a heavy saucepan, then turn down the heat to low-medium, letting the syrup simmer until it’s reduced to about half of it’s volume. Remove from the heat and let it cool. Transfer it to a glass bottle with a tight seal. When ready to serve, combine syrup with carbonated water over ice. Start with a few tablespoons, taste, and add more if you’d like a stronger taste.

To add to this soda, consider additions such mint or blackberries to add a unique flavor to the beverage.

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Summary: This homemade vegan hot cocoa mix is not only gluten-free and vegan, but it's also raw and organic! Just the thing for a winter's day - or any day! Here's how to make this delicious, and oh-so-good for you homemade vegan hot chocolate mix:
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This homemade vegan hot cocoa mix is not only gluten-free and vegan, but it’s also raw and organic! Just the thing for a winter’s day – or any day! Here’s how to make this delicious, and oh-so-good for you homemade vegan hot chocolate mix:

2 parts raw, organic almond butter

2 parts aw organic cacao powder

1 part organic, vegan sugar

Place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse until of uniform consistency.

Store in cool, dry place.

To make hot chocolate, simply put 2-4 tablespoons of mix in a cup, and add boiling water.

Yum!

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Summary: Did you know that it is really easy to make your own peanut butter? It is! And best of all, you can control what does, or doesn't go into it. While we are going to give you an easy recipe to make a basic peanut butter, there is a lot of room to get creative and play around with what you add!
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Did you know that it is really easy to make your own peanut butter? It is! And best of all, you can control what does, or doesn’t go into it. While we are going to give you an easy recipe to make a basic peanut butter, there is a lot of room to get creative and play around with what you add!

Vegan and Gluten-Free Peanut Butter

16 ounces of dry roasted peanuts
4-6 tablespoons peanut oil
Sea salt to taste (optional)

Grind peanuts in a food processor until they are finely ground. Keeping the processor running, slowly add the peanut oil until desired consistency is reached. Mix in the salt to taste.

Store peanut butter in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

You should plan on using this delicious peanut butter within a few weeks as, like an good unprocessed food, it has a short shelf life!

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