As with most Starbucks limited-time drinks, I'm here again to let you know what's going on (and missing) in the Crystal Ball Frappuccino.
Have you ever wondered what taking a wheatgrass shot might be like? I had no intention of writing anything about my first experience with Wheatgrass, but as I looked back through my Instagram I thought about how peculiar it was, and wanted to share.
These fruity infusions are here for the long haul - see how they stacked up inside. Plus, who doesn't love freebies? Especially if our bff Starbucks is the one with the handouts?
If you need to up your fruit intake or are looking to really max out on the benefits of green tea, this is a solid, fun stop on your journey. Plus, you can see what all the matcha buzz is about.
Got a taste of this new Starbucks summer treat - verdict inside.
While I love my daily dose of Starbucks matcha drinks, it just isn't economically smart for the long game, I took to creating my own homemade version.
I heard mostly ill reviews of this buzzy treat. Mostly just the "it has 59g of sugar" comments. I suppose I shouldn't have let that affect my opinion pre-tasting, but I braced myself none the less and boy, was that not necessary. Just a quick disclaimer: I'm not here to tell you it's healthy, I'm here … Continue reading Unicorn Frappuccino: As Amazing as its Name and How to Make it Healthier
Whether you are going out for a fancy dinner, staying home and cooking a fantastic meal, or even just getting wings at your favorite corner tap like Kevin and I, there's nothing sweeter than a homemade dessert for or from your Valentine.
Hydrating, detoxifying, caffeinating - my new favorite drink, the Starbucks Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte. What is Matcha you ask? Full of the good stuff.
Strawberry banana goodness with splashes of caffeine and apple cider vinegar - the best way to describe my new favorite morning drink. With only 130 calories per serving (at 1 serving per day) you are not adding much to your calorie count but adding a lot of key intake to your day.