Our Kiwi Slushie is a light summertime beverage that is a cross between an daiquiri and a mojito. Leave out the rum for a kid-friendly beverage.

Our vegan version of the classic New York City Waldorf Salad is perfect for hot and steamy summer days.

CH-CH-CH-Chia! Just one ounce (roughly 2 tablespoons) of chia seeds hits your recommended daily allowance of a lot of important things, such as 17% of the RDA of calcium, 23% of the RDA of magnesium, 12% of the RDA of iron, 5 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber! Ethan’s been playing around with chia seeds and has come up with great ways of eating them.

Our White Chocolate Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies are a delicious holiday treat. If you are a split house as we are on dried fruit, do what I do: make the dough without the cranberries, take out half and the add cranberries to one the remaining half. Leave these out with some cold almond milk for Santa and you are sure to get something extra special from the man in red.

Our hot spiced cider is a great way to keep warm during outside fall gatherings, while watching football games or gathering by a fire.

We’ve turned the classic Peach Melba on its head. Rather than an ice cream dessert, it is now a drink, a Peach Melba Slushie.

Our Blueberry Pie Shake is like a slice of blueberry pie a la mode in a glass.

Our Watermelon Sangria, tastes amazing. It is a perfect refresher on a hot summer day. However, like any good sangria, it is potent, but the alcohol is barely noticeable. It is easy to drink more than you think you are. So please drink responsibly.

Our fruit spring rolls are a new twist on Vietnamese summer rolls. Instead of a vegetable filling we use fresh fruit.

June 29, 2015

The Squawker

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The Squawker was the signature cocktail we created for the Our Hen House pride party fundraiser we hosted. The name was inspired by the tagline at the end of the introduction to the Our Hen House podcast, “let’s get squawking.” It is the perfect refresher for a hot summer day and can be made with and without alcohol.