Convenience: 30-minutes or less

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Thai Basil No-Jito

The traditional Cuban mojito is made with mint. Here, we add Thai basil to give it an exotic twist. (If you can’t find Thai basil, use regular basil; it’s a different flavor but still delicious.)

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Sober Sangria

Sangria is a colorful and festive punch that’s traditionally made with red wine and brandy. This alcohol-free version is just as flavorful and perfect for people of all ages. Blood oranges are a great substitute for regular oranges.

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Coconut Bursts

Dark chocolate and toasted coconut come together to create the perfect gluten-free dessert. It also works as a super late-afternoon pick-me-up. You can use any toasted nut in place of the coconut, or combine nuts with the coconut if you like.

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Seed Butter

Make a peanut-butter alternative with your favorite seeds. Roasting the seeds before blending gives the butter a lovely flavor and color. You could try adding a dash of cinnamon or cocoa powder if you like.

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Lemon Aioli

This French-style mayonnaise of garlic, olive oil and lemon is wonderful as a condiment with steamed or grilled vegetables, fish and soups, or as a spread when making sandwiches. Lasts for one week in a tightly sealed jar in the refrigerator.