If you're feeling hungover, take control with these DIY cures and concoctions.
It's expected that you'll have a good time ringing in the New Year, but once you've had one too many drinks, you may not expect the less-than-glorious morning after. So you may be asking yourself — what do I do to counteract all those martinis I drank? Well, look no further than these DIY hangover concoctions and cures. All you have to do is get up and work a little sobering-up magic.
The power's in the sauerkraut with this hangover cure. A sauerkraut-infused soup
can feed your hunger and fuel the sobering-up process. Doused in tomato paste, chopped onions and grated carrots, this soup is hearty, delicious and healing. Then, with the addition of bacon, this recipe will be your go-to cure after a night of over-drinking.
For a simple and delectable hangover meal, throw some meats, cheeses, vegetables and eggs together with hot sauce for a truly wonderful hangover pizza
. This recipe is as easy as (pizza) pie, calling for a satisfying hodgepodge of bacon, sausage, cheddar, mozzarella, tomatoes and spinach. Whatever your cravings desire, you can throw onto this pizza.
Whip up a sweet concoction
sure to replenish your well-being! Featuring bananas, yogurt, honey and nutmeg, this smoothie has endless health benefits after binging on the booze all night. The recipe is super easy and does not call for anything outside normal kitchen commodities. Wish your hangover a yummy goodbye.
Nothing looks more refreshing or makes you feel more refreshed than a hangover juice
. With fruits and veggies galore, this juice is jam-packed with the vitamins, antioxidants, fiber and electrolytes sure to get you back on your feet before you know it. Serve over ice and sip your way back to good health.
To restore the good bacteria in your stomach after a long night of drinking, try a kombucha mock-mimosa
. Kombucha is a fermented drink that detoxifies your body with enzymes and acids. This recipe also calls for Spirulina to add more necessary vitamins and minerals into your system. Mix with mint and lemon juice, and you're one more drink away from feeling a lot better.
Sometimes nothing beats a hangover better than more alcohol. For a tasty way to sober up, combine cranberries, coconut water and vodka. This holiday punch
not only keeps you hydrated but makes you feel more refreshed. Be sure to keep those leftover cranberries handy for this one.