I hope you guys aren’t getting sick of collaborative content, because today’s post is a collaboration with a good blogging chum of mine, Dana over at the pesco-vegetarian blog Killing Thyme. Dana’s blog may sound familiar because I’ve mentioned it a few times here at JustineCelina. First, I linked to her Caring for Cast Iron tips back in my Carrot Cashew Zoodles with Crispy Sesame Tofu post. She was also on board for our #FBCconnectingovercocktails collaboration, where I shared the recipe for my Rosé Lychee Elderflower Sangria and she created a delicious Pineapple Pepper Punch.
Dana and I met last year through The Food Bloggers of Canada and you could say we became fast blogging friends — we clicked right away. I love Dana’s zest for life that’s wildly apparent in her content, her voice and authenticity, her generosity, and of course, her fantastic recipes and culinary knowledge! You see, Dana has been at this whole blogging thing a lot longer than I have and she’s always been so supportive of what I’m doing. In short, she’s a an absolute gem and I’m sure you’ll love her content and her blog just as much as I do! Pop over to check out my guest post and grab the recipe for my Blueberry Lemon and Cucumber Gin Mojitos. Cheers to sharing the love, to new blogs and new friends!
BLUEBERRY LEMON AND CUCUMBER GIN MOJITOS
My Blueberry Lemon and Cucumber Gin Mojitos combine sweet blueberries with refreshing lemon, cucumber and mint. A healthy dose of gin unites the flavour profiles of these late summer sippers and a splash of soda water adds just the right amount of sparkle. My gin mojitos are free of refined sugars and made with all natural ingredients — so the next time you’re craving a cooling summer cocktail, indulge yourself with a fresh twist on the classic mojito! Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find over at Killing Thyme, along with the recipe. Head on over and tell Dana I sent you!
CARE FOR ANOTHER ROUND?
I hope you enjoyed my guest post over on Killing Thyme today! If you try my Blueberry Lemon and Cucumber Gin Mojitos please let me know how you liked them — I love it when you guys make my recipes and tag me. Follow along on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, or use the hashtag #justinecelinarecipes in your recreations so I can find them. I also have Pinterest board for my recipes, if you’re looking for some more inspiration. Cheers!
A huge thank you to Food Network Canada for featuring this recipe in their 16 Bright and Beautiful Purple Foods roundup.
Disclaimer: Thank you to Killing Thyme Eat-Zine for this guest posting opportunity and to my little sister Haley for helping me out with a couple of these shots. This post is not sponsored and contains my genuine thoughts and recommendations. Thank you for supporting the blogs (and the amazing people) that support JustineCelina!