Alkavorian Recipies

Shakes & Drinks

Limey Love Shake

by Shelley Redford Young
2 servings

This shake is one I created for the hot summer months but I drink it all year long because it's MY FAVORITE SHAKE!!!

I wanted a lighter, slushier shake with intense lime flavor like the lime-freeze slushes I used to have as a kid.

I took out all the powders, cut down on the avocado, went with raw, green ingredients and added more ice for more of a slush-shake

I always use raw green stevia for the sweetner. ENJOY!

  • 1 english cucumber
  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1-2 hand fulls baby spinach
  • 3-4 peeled limes (adjust to desired amount)
  • 8-12 ice cubes
  • raw green stevia to taste

Directions: Blend on high until smooth and drink immediately!

Carrot Crunch

Randy Wakefield  

  • 1/2 tsp Greens powder 
  • 7 drops Prime pH 
  • 1 cup fresh carrot juice 
  • 1 chopped carrot 
  • 4 ice cubes 

Directions: Combine ingredients in electric blender or use hand blender. Blend until smooth. Sprinkle with nutmeg.


Shelley Redford Young

  • 4 cups of fresh raw Almonds 
  • Pure Water Nylon Stocking (for straining) 

Directions: Soak 4 cups of fresh raw almonds over night in a bowl of water. In the morning drain the almonds and fill your blender with the almonds about a third full, (or two cups), then add pure water to fill the blender up. Blend on high speed until you have a white creamy looking milk. Take a nylon stocking, ( I use a washed white knee high nylon stocking) and pour the mixture through it over a bowl or pan, and let it drain. Squeeze with your hand to get the last of the milk through the nylon. (The meal and skins left in the stocking can be used in the shower for a great body scrub) 

You will have approximately one quart of silky raw beautiful almond milk left ready to use for soups, shakes or puddings. Thin to desired consistency with water. This almonds milk will keep fresh for about three days in the refrigerator. 


Sean Stephenson

  • 1 avocado 
  • 1 lime peeled 
  • 1/2 cucumber 
  • Ice to taste 
  • 1/2 to 1 cube Soft Tofu 
  • Rice Dream or water to desired consistancy 
  • Soy Sprouts powder (optional if desired)
  • Stevia sweetner to taste 
  • 1-2 cups fresh raw spinach leaves (optional) 

Directions: Put all ingredients into the blender and blend until creamy. Tastes like a lime shake! ENJOY! (This may also be a great recipe for children who you are trying to ween off of ice cream or fruity shakes.) 


Shelley Redford Young 

Serves 4 

  • Juice of two to three english cucumbers (no pulp) 
    1-2 cups fresh silky almond milk (recipe in Back to the House of Health 2) 
  • Water of one (or two) Young Thai Coconuts (drain water out of coconut, water should be clear and sweet, eat the meat of the coconut later) 
  • 1TB of fresh Dill cut in small individual grass-like pieces so when it's added to soup, it floats on top and looks like grass shavings 
  • Sprinkle of dehydrated red bell pepper powder over the top (optional and made beforehand) 

Directions: This is a new silky RAW recipe that I developed for people while they are on the cleanse (liquid feast) and it will also become your favorite soup to sip on even after the cleanse. Great and refreshing around the pool on a hot day. The fresh cut dill floating on the top of this georgeous pastel green soup gives it the appearance of grass shavings, hence the name GRASSOUP! Sprinkle dehydrated red bell pepper powder across the top for an instant splash of warm color and an extra sweet pazaaz! Mmmmm I could drink this EVERY day! 

For dehydrated red bell pepper powder , simply place sliced pieces of red bell pepper in dehydrater (about 1 /4 inch thick) and dry until snap crisp (about 24 hours) Then place in Vitamix and grind to a fine powder. Keep in a tupperware or air tight container.. great for a garnishing tool, to add color and sweet flavor over soups, wraps, or salads. YUM! I even eat this by the spoonful for a treat! Serve and drink immediately.. Heavenly!!! Adjust each ingredient to your taste. if you want a less creamy soup, less almond milk. if you want more of a sweet soup, add more coconut water and red bell pepper powder, experiment. 


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