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Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late 40s.

Green Tea Soda: 8 bags green tea; 4 cups boiling water; 3 Tbsp. honey or sugar ; 4 cups assorted fresh fruit, such as white or regular nectarine wedges, lime slices, blueberries, and/or raspberries; 1 liter plain or flavored sparkling water, such as raspberry, strawberry, or peach, chilled; 2 Tbsp. snipped fresh mint or 8 to 10 mint sprigs (also might work with white tea)

Homemade natural ginger ale, made with ginger root, honey, lemon juice and soda water {Oh She Glows, from the book UnDiet by Meghan Telpner of Making Love in the Kitchen blog}

Honey Herb soda recipe from Not Without Salt blog #honey #herb #drinks

Mint plus chocolate equal refreshing. Spoon or sip this ice-cream drink, with carbonated water or cream soda for bubbles, on warm days and evenings.

Healthy Peanut Butter cookies! Only 36 calories per cookie! Ingredients: 1 Cup Peanut butter 1 Cup honey 1 TSP baking soda 1 egg Mix the peanut butter and honey first then add in the egg and baking soda. Bake for 10 minutes on 350 degrees. They’re delicious! .... Excellent snack idea!