Top Rated Orange Juice Recipes

Yes, a lot of our margaritas have jalapeños in them — but how about adding them to your blood orange margaritas? This margarita is made with Peligroso tequila. 
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Copycat Hi-C Ecto-Cooler Punch
This “fruit juice” drink made of mostly sugar, water, and orange juice concentrate powered us through recess, and now you can make a similar tasting beverage at home for when the nostalgic need arises.
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mocktail
This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice
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Fresh Orange Juice
Oranges are excellent for vision health as they contain high amounts of vitamin C, which keeps blood vessels in the eye strong and stable while decreasing the risk of cataract formation. Oranges also contain folate, which is important during fetal vision development, so pregnant women should drink good ol' OJ in the morning. See 9 Drinks That Will Improve Your Eye Sight.
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This isn’t your average mimosa, but that’s what makes it so great!This recipe is courtesy of evokedcblog.com.
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Screwdriver
Everyone should know how to make a screwdriver because it’s delicious and super easy to make.This recipe is courtesy of Liquor.com.
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Because when do you not need a Beyoncé shot? Made at TOY Oyster Bar, you can get the Single Ladies-themed shot during the Beyoncé Super Bowl halftime show. 
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Shake well and pour often — enjoy! 
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Smoothies are quickly becoming everyone’s favorite breakfasts, snacks, and post work out treats. Not only are they quick, easy, and portable – they are packed with fruits and vegetables that contain tons of healthy nutrients and fiber.  But what about the protein?  All too often smoothies lack the protein your body needs for energy and staying power until your next meal. Surprisingly, the answer you may be looking for can be found in tofu. There are 12 grams of protein in just 3 ounces of tofu and lucky for us it freezes great and can make a healthy addition to any smoothie. Just follow these simple steps to make tofu ice cubes for your next smoothie:Drain and rinse a 12 oz. package of Nasoya silken tofu.Add it to a food processor or blender along with a ½ tsp. of vanilla or almond extract.  You could also add some frozen fruit, fruit juice, or any other flavoring you like.Blend it until smooth.Pour into an ice cube tray and freeze.Next time you make a smoothie, add 3-4 tofu cubes to the smoothie and you instantly add healthy, inexpensive, and much needed protein!
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There’s a reason everyone from your great aunt to your best friend adore this classic brunch drink. Balanced, bubbly, and in an elegant tall glass. Click here to learn more about 7 Easter Brunch Cocktails.
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The Hotel Zamora’s Santa Sangria Recipe
If you’re heading south for the holiday, hit up The Hotel Zamora — St. Pete Beach’s first new hotel in more than 20 years. They are celebrating season and New Year’s Eve with Santa Sangria at Castile, the property's Spanish-influenced restaurant. Made with red zinfandel, berry liquor, cinnamon, fresh oranges, and raspberries, it’s poured into a sugar-rimmed glass, and is perfectly refreshing in Florida's 80-degree winter weather.
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Orange Dream Creamsicle
This is not the high-calorie dreamsicle of your childhood, but a rich, yogurt substitute that will help boost your immune system and add lean protein to your diet. The “good bacteria” in this kind of yogurt can help your gut health, while the flavors in the smoothie will make you feel like a kid again.This recipe is courtesy of Prevention.
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