Drinks made with chia seeds are so gorgeous—between the seeds floating about and the rich color, they look eminently drinkable and festive for a celebration. This mimosa—which uses St. Germain, a sweet liqueur made from elderberry flowers—is no exception.
Liquid lunch has a whole new meaning. If our Instagram feed is any indication, so-called soup detoxes are the new juice cleanses of the clean-eating world. (Gwyneth Paltrow and her GOOP team have extolled its virtues, but more importantly, #soupingisthenewjuicing is an actual hashtag—need we say more?)
While we’ll always have a soft spot for the nostalgic, cartoon-covered cereals of childhood, our grown-up selves are wise enough to know by now that the sugary stuff doesn't cut it anymore. Thankfully, a host of innovative companies have come out with artisan protein- and fiber-packed cereals and muesli worth exploring (lentils in your cereal? It’s a thing).
News flash: Matcha is the hottest tea in town these days. Even fashion blogger Leandra Medine of manrepeller.com is getting behind it.
We’ve snacked on oven-baked crunchy chickpeas, baked with flour made out of them and chowed down on garbanzo-topped salads. But when we noticed a bunch of gourmet products popping up with the legume-meets-cocoa flavor combo, we were wary…but thankfully wrong about those hesitations: the unique flavor combo is a winner. Check out a few of our favorite new buys.
You would never know these delicious desserts from food blogger Danielle Walker’s new cookbook Meals Made Simple are dairy-free and gluten-free. After her debut paleo recipe title Against All Grain soared to the New York Times Bestseller list in 2013, she nails it again with inspiring, beautifully photographed recipes that sound incredible—and are all made sans dairy or grains.
You’ve probably tried soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk, and even cashew milk—especially if you’re in the vegetarian or vegan club. But “milk” made of algae? Huh? Yep, this new way to drink your greens may be the next superfood health craze.
Pumpkin spice latte fans wait all year to get their fix. Mmmmm… pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla. Thankfully, these days you can find your fave fall flavor on practically every aisle of the grocery store. From hummus and chips to vodka, these pumpkin spice picks—some healthy, and some more indulgent—are sure to hit the spot.
So you've probably been drinking coconut water for a while now. But did you know maple water is a THING now? There's also volcanic water, prickly pear cactus water... even artichoke water! For anyone who's bored with the same ol', same ol', check out these totally new, tasty ways keep hydrated.