Milk Punch cocktail is a true classic. It originated from New Orleans, United States in the 1700s. This pre-colonial drink is known not just for its soothing goodness but its ability to help cure a hangover. 

Are you having friends over and looking for something extra nice to make their day? Then this simple to mix, gosh of goodness is it!

Popularly known as the “Adult Milkshake”, this cocktail is quite flexible as the ingredients can be swapped to taste.

Let’s look at a Naija version of this milky sweetness.

Certain foods packed with vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients have been tagged “Super Foods for Women” because of the extra good they have to offer women. From nerve calming carbs to minerals and vitamins that sharpen mental perception. The old saying “you are what you eat” is by no means a tale. In truth, there’s a strong connection between food and health. What we eat could affect our bodies positively or negatively. Logically, to be healthy and fit we should eat the right kinds of food.

Afro american woman cooking

The fear of cooking is real for some people. They lack the confidence to serve their dishes to even loved ones. If you want to be better at cooking, you definitely can. Even if you think you are hopeless in the kitchen like everything else practice and increasing your knowledge makes perfect. Let these tips guide you to becoming a better cook;

 

Pineapple coconut banana smoothie

Making smoothies is a refreshing way to enjoy a healthy mix of fresh fruits and vegetables fast.

If you are on a weight loss journey like me, they come in handy as good substitutes for carbonated drinks.  I’ve recently developed a craving for smoothies and knowing the healthy punch they pack, I’m going to share some of my tryouts with you.

Whether you’re trying to lose weight, go on a diet or just stay healthy, certain fruits and vegetables have just the right nutrients to keep you going and they don’t cost a fortune.

Highly nutritious and considered a superfood, yams are tropical tubers indigenous to the peoples of West Africa, most parts of Asia, and Latin Americans (South and Central). Yams are high in dietary fibre and carbohydrates; thus a major source of energy. Yams are also ample source of other nutrients such as: Vitamins A, B, C, and essential minerals – potassium, copper and iron.