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I’ve been enjoying Good Girl Moonshines for awhile now, but I know that some of you might be struggling a little to like it. So, I thought to help everyone out, I’d put together a Good Girl Moonshine Recipe Roundup of some of the most popular variations for “GGMS” and some tips and tricks to making this a drink that you will love.
This drink has been around for years, its often been called Haymaker’s Punch or Switchel, but Pearl and Serene from Trim Healthy Mamas coined it’s newest name, Good Girl Moonshine. It’s a wonderful all-day sipper that helps keep you hydrated and nourishes your body with it’s healthy ingredients.
This drink is a perfect substitution for sodas! It has a pleasant zing and can keep the “snack attacks” away.
The original recipe Good Girl Moonshine recipe can be found on the Trim Healthy Mama website and you should really take a few minutes and watch Pearl and Serene demonstrate how they make Good Girl Moonshine in this video. They are so fun to watch.
And now for some variations:
Here are a few more:
And Amber shows you how to make Mama Dew and Apple Cinnamon versions in this video.
Tips and Tricks for making Good Girl Moonshine:
- If you aren’t sure if you like the taste of ginger, just put a few shakes of powdered ginger in your drink and then slowly adjust it over time to get up to a teaspoon of it in your drink. Read about the health benefits of ginger here.
- Use raw apple cider vinegar “with the mother” like Bragg Organic ACV. You should be able to find it in your local grocery store. Since apple cider vinegar is rather tart, start off with the smaller amount and work your way up to get used to it.
- When drinking apple cider vinegar throughout the day it’s best to use straws. It helps keep the acid from the ACV off of your teeth. Our favorite straws are these metal straws or plastic straws. The metal straws come with a wire cleaner, but for the plastic straws I use this straw cleaner. ACV can actually whiten your teeth, but should be rinsed off. Read more about the health benefits of ACV here.
- If you’d like your GGMS to be fizzier you can add carbonated water or sparkling water to your recipe.
You can follow my THM Drinks – Dairy Free Pinterest Board for more THM friendly drinks.
Looking for something more like a shake? Try my Frosted Lemonade or Frosted Strawberry Lemonade.
See my Recipe Index for more THM recipes!