|Water (Healthy Me)|
|by Jill Kalz|
Briefly explains where our drinking water comes from and its importance in human nutrition.
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Mix together and ... from bananas. Arrange fruit in circles on ... center. Refrigerate until served. Create your own fresh fruit combinations. Serves 8.
Preparation time: 10 ... 1. Pour boiling water over tea bags. ... cold water and fruit juices. Chill for ... with a lime slice and mint sprig, if desired.
Combine concentrates and water in a punch ... Add strawberries (including syrup). Float scoops of sherbet on punch. Serve immediately. About 12 servings.
In large bowl, dissolve gelatin in boiling water; add lemonade ... topping, fold in fruit. Pour into ... additional fruit, if desired. Makes 12 servings.
1. Pour boiling water over tea bags. ... cold water and fruit juices. Chill for ... cubes. Garnish each glass with a lime slice and mint sprig, if desired.
Mix Knox gelatin and cold water and soak for ... oranges, bananas, real lemon juice and any other fruit you want. Make one day ahead so it gels thoroughly.
Dissolve gelatin and water. Add pink ... until thickened. Blend in Cool Whip. Fold in fruit. Pour into mold and freeze about 4 hours. Garnish and serve.
In large non-metal ... juice, concentrates and water. Just before ... Serve with ice ring or ice cubes and fresh fruit slices. Makes 19 (1/2 cup) servings.
Put sugar and enough water to dissolve sugar ... and add enough water to fill up container. Add red food coloring to give it a pretty, fruit punch color.
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