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Mocktail

Dried Orange Slices – The Mindful Mocktail

Dehydrated oranges are an easy but impressive garnish that your guests will never guess you made yourself!

Dried orange slices are an easy and attractive garnish to keep on hand. A lack of a dehydrator means that dried oranges are often placed in the too hard basket but they couldn’t be simpler!

My baked orange slices use the oven, so they’re perfect for anyone who loves the look of dried citrus but doesn’t want to invest in yet another appliance.

This trans-seasonal recipe is perfect at Christmas but can be enjoyed all year round. It is:

  • Easy: It only takes a few simple steps to make dehydrated oranges. The prep time is only 5 minutes and then you can let your oven do all of the work!
  • Versatile: As well as being used as a mocktail (or cocktail) garnish, dried orange slices can be used as Christmas decorations, to adorn garlands or be served as orange chips.
  • Can be made in bulk: dehydrated oranges have a shelf life of up to 12 months if dehydrated and stored properly. Make a big batch and then bring them out when you’re feeling a bit fancy.

WHAT ARE DRIED ORANGE SLICES USED FOR?

Dried oranges are a versatile ingredient. Use them to:

  • Garnish mocktails (or cocktails).
  • Decorate hot or iced tea.
  • Add flavor to marinades.
  • Top cakes.
  • Add color to your mulling spice mix.
  • Hang upon the Christmas tree.
  • Decorate a wreath as part of your Christmas décor.
  • For contrast on garlands to hang upon your mantel.
hands holding a dehydrated orange slice with dried lime lemon grapefruit and blood orange in the background

INGREDIENTS

This dried orange slices recipe calls for simple everyday ingredients that combine to make an impressive garnish.

  • Oranges: fresh oranges are the star of this recipe. Instead of their sweet juice, this recipe uses their beautiful golden hue that deepens and intensifies with the drying process. Note: Citrus like limes, grapefruit, blood orange and lemon also work well in this recipe. See variations for more inspiration.
whole limes lemons grapefruit oranges and blood orange on a gray background

VARIATIONS

The great thing about this dried orange slices recipe is that any citrus works! Follow the same steps with lime, blood orange, tangelo, grapefruit, or lemon for a variety of colorful citrus wheels.

EQUIPMENT YOU’LL NEED

  • Baking sheets: regular cookie sheets or baking trays work well.
  • Parchment paper: Also known as baking paper, helps to stop your citrus wheels from sticking to the baking sheet and allows for an easy flip at the halfway point.
  • Wire racks: A non-stick wire rack can be used as an alternative for a baking tray and paper if you run out of trays or don’t have any on hand.
  • Mandolin slicer or sharp knife: A nice even cut will give your dried orange slices a professional look. A mandolin slicer will allow for a more uniform look, however a sharp knife and steady hand works just as well.
  • paper towel: patting down your citrus slices before you bake speeds up the dehydration process. Have a few sheets on hand in case your fruit is extra juicy.

HOW TO DEHYDRATE ORANGES IN THE OVEN

If you’ve ever wondered how to dry oranges in the oven, you might be surprised at just how easy it is. Simply:

Preheat your oven to 70ºC (160ºF), or as low as your oven will go.

Cut the citrus into 6mm / ¼ inch slices. If you have a mandolin, it will make this task much easier. If not, use a sharp knife and cut as evenly as you can.

Line a baking sheet with parchment/baking paper. You could also use a wire rack – just make sure it’s non-stick.

Place the citrus wheels in a single layer on top of the cookie tray, about 1 centimetre/ half inch apart.

Orange, blood orange, lime, grapefruit and lemon slices scattered on a baking tray

Blot with paper towel to remove the excess moisture. Turn and blot the other side.

sliced ​​citrus being blotted with paper towel to remove the moisture before baking

Bake for 2 hours then flip the orange wheels. Return to the oven and bake for another 2 hours, then check. If any moisture remains, leave them in a little longer.

Slices of lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and orange on baking trays lined with parchment paper in the oven

Only remove from the oven when all moisture is removed, and they are completely dry.

Once cooled, store the dried orange slices in a zip lock bag in a container until you’re ready to use them.

dried orange, blood orange, lime, grapefruit and lemon slices lined up on a gray background

Frequently asked questions

Can you dry orange slices in the microwave?

Yes, you can dry orange slices in the microwave. Slice the fresh oranges. Place them on a microwave-safe dish lined with 5 sheets of paper towel. Add 5 more sheets of paper towel on top.
Set the microwave to defrost and cook for 7 minutes. Place the rack cooked orange slices on a wire whilst you replace the paper towel with fresh sheets. Place the orange slices on the fresh paper towel and microwave them on defrost for a further 5 minutes.
Remove the orange slices and check them. If they look jelly-like, they’re ready. If not, turn them over and continue to cook them on defrost in 2-minute intervals until they are.
Lay the jelly-like orange slices on a wire rack until they are firm.

How long do dried orange slices last?

So long as the orange slices are fully dried before storing, they can last between 6-12 months.
Store the dried orange wheels in a zip lock bag inside an airtight container for best results.

Can you dry orange slices in an air fryer?

There’s not much that an air fryer can’t do. Orange slices are perfect for dehydrating in this versatile appliance.
Arrange the citrus slices in your air fryer basket without allowing them to overlap. Then, set your air fryer to its lowest temperature and cook for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, flip the oranges and return them to the air fryer for another 20 minutes. If they’re not fully dried after 20 minutes, continue to cook them in 2-minute intervals until fully dry.

Once ready, place the dried fruit on wire racks to cool.

I hope you enjoy making these dried orange slices as much as I have enjoyed creating the recipe for you!

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Easy Dried Orange Slices

Simple, but impressive, these dried orange slices make the perfect garnish.

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Course: Garnish

Cuisine: American

Keyword: dehydrated citrus,, dehydrated orange, dried orange

Prep time: 5 hours

Cook Time: 4 hours

Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes

Servings: 16

Ingredients

  • 4 oranges or citrus of your choice

Instructions

  • Preheat your oven to 70ºC (160ºF), or as low as your oven will go.

  • Thinly slice the oranges into 6mm / ¼ inch rounds. If you have a mandolin, it will make this task much easier. If not, use a sharp knife and cut as evenly as you can.

  • Line a baking tray with baking/parchment paper.

  • Place the citrus wheels in a single layer on top of the cookie tray, about 1 centimetre/half inch apart. Blot with paper towel to remove the excess moisture. Turn and blot the other side.

  • Bake for 2 hours then flip the orange wheels. Return to the oven and bake for another 2 hours, then check. If any moisture remains, leave them in a little longer.

  • Only remove from the oven when all moisture is removed, and they are completely dry.

  • Store your dried orange slices in a zip lock bag inside an airtight container until you’re ready to use them.

Nutrition

Serving: 10g | Calories: 15thkcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monnounsaturated Fat: 1g | Potassium: 59mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 74IU | Vitamin C: 17mg | Calcium: 13mg | Iron: 1mg

NUTRITIONAL VALUES ARE ESTIMATES ONLY AND DO NOT INCLUDE CARBS FROM SUGAR ALCOHOLS.

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Juice

Orange Juice Recipe – Tea Coffee & Drinks

Orange Juice is a healthy, refreshing and naturally sweet fruit juice loaded with health benefits. It is usually made with fresh oranges and lemon juice. The recipe I have shared here shows you how to make Orange Juice with easy step-by-step instructions for you to try and enjoy at home.

I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe to show the process visually clear. This homemade Orange Juice is one of the best drinks to enjoy with your breakfast or as summer refreshment. And the best part is, it is 100% fruit juice without any artificial sweeteners.

Orange juice served in a glass
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What is Orange Juice?

Orange Juice is a healthy, and refreshing fruit drink loaded with vitamins, and minerals. It is usually made with fresh oranges that are squeezed with handheld juicer, electric juicer or blender.

Even though there are tons of Orange Juice brands available in the market, making it at home is always healthy. As all of you know many store brought juices are added with sugar that are not good for regular consumption. And this homemade version shared here uses only fresh oranges that delivers the best and 100% real fruit juice.

Ingredients

The ingredients you will need to make this Orange Juice are fresh oranges and a few tablespoons of Lemon Juice. And this an 100% fruit juice without any added artificial sugar which is good for healthy and regular consumption.

Orange juice ingredients on a table
  • Orange – I have used madarin oranges which gives the perfect sweet and tartness to the drink. And you can also use navel, clementines, tangerines, blood oranges or any other oranges thats handy to you
  • Lemon Juice – It is an optional ingredient, you can use or skip it

How to make Orange Juice?

The recipe I have shared here is the Orange Juice made with fresh mandarin oranges. I have explained how to make it in a blender as well as in a handheld juicer. The recipe does not have any artificial sweetener and it is an 100% fruit juice.

Orange juice served in a glass

Following are the high-level instructions to make this drink but for detailed step-by-step instructions with photo and video, please check out the recipe card below.

Orange Juice in a blender

  1. Peel – Peel the oranges and separate their segments
  2. Add to blender – In a blender jar, add the peeled oranges, lemon juice, and water
  3. Blend – Close the lid and blend until it turns smooth. Make sure not to over blend the fruit to avoid crushing the seeds which make the juice bitter. Alternatively you can also remove the seeds before adding the fruit to the blender jar. And you can also consume the juice with its pulp
  4. Filter – Now filter it using a fine-mesh strainer. Make sure to mix well with a spoon to extract the juice.And do not discard the pulp, you can use it to bake bread, cakes, or muffins
  5. Serve – Now the healthy and refreshing juice is ready for you to taste and enjoy

Orange Juice in a handheld juicer

  1. Cut and squeeze – Cut the oranges into half and squeeze the fruit using a handheld juicer, this method takes some time but it also delivers a fresh juice
  2. Serve – Serve this refreshing juice along with your breakfast, or quench your thirst on hot summer days

Tips

  • For Best Flavor – Always make sure to use fresh oranges to achieve the best taste and flavor
  • Types of Oranges – I have used mandarin oranges to make this drink and you can also use navel oranges, blood oranges, clementine’s, or tangerines that are handy to you
  • Lemon Juice – I have also used lemon juice to achieve extra citrusy punch to my drink and it is optional you can use or skip it
  • Juicing Methods – The recipe I have shared here shows making orange juice in a blender and handheld juicer but you can also use an electric juicer to achieve similar results
  • Leftover Pulp – Do not discard the orange pulp, you can use them to bake bread, cakes, muffins, or granola bars

Benefits

Is Orange Juice good for you? Yes it is! According to NCBI, consuming Orange juice has lot of health benefits and helps an individual to satisfy nutrient and fruit intake. Their research also says,

  • Orange Juice helps in promoting healthy diet quality
  • Lowers LDLs
  • Decrease the risk of obesity
  • Loaded with antioxidants that helps to decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer and aging

According to WebMDOrange Juice is an excellent source for vitamins and minerals and it helps in a healthy immune support system.

Calories

This Orange Juice that I have shared here contains 208 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change or add any ingredients. You can also find a detailed nutritional information in the recipe card below.

Storage Suggestions

This Juice stays good for up to 2 days in the refrigerator in a closed jar or pitcher. But I always love to consume it as fresh as possible to enjoy its nutritional benefits.

Serving Suggestions

You can serve this homemade Orange Juice along with breakfast or to refresh yourself on a hot summer day.

You can also similar juice recipes below and more at summer drinks recipes and healthy drinks recipes.

Orange Juice Recipe video

I have also shared a detailed video of this Orange Juice Recipe below that I hope will help you to make a healthy drink at home.

📖 Recipe

Yield: 3 cup

Orange Juice

Orange juice served in a glass

Orange Juice is a healthy, refreshing and naturally sweet fruit juice loaded with health benefits. It is usually made with fresh oranges and lemon juice. This homemade Orange Juice is one of the best drinks to enjoy with your breakfast or as summer refreshment. And the best part is, it is 100% fruit juice without any artificial sweeteners.

Prep Time
10 minutes

Total Time
10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 9 Oranges

  • 3 tbsp Lemon Juice

  • 1 cup Water

Notes

  1. For Best Flavor – Always make sure to use fresh oranges to achieve the best taste and flavor
  2. Types of Oranges – I have used mandarin oranges to make this juice and you can also use navel oranges, blood oranges, clementines, or tangerines that are handy to you
  3. Lemon Juice – I have also used lemon juice to achieve extra citrusy punch to my orange juice and it is optional you can use or skip it
  4. Juicing Methods – The recipe I have shared here shows making orange juice in a blender and handheld juicer but you can also use an electric juicer to achieve similar results
  5. Leftover Pulp – Do not discard the orange pulp, you can use them to bake bread, cakes, muffins, or granola bars

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

3

Serving Size:

1 cup

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 208Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 54gFiber: 9gSugar: 36gProtein: 4g

Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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FAQ

What is Orange Juice?

It is a healthy, and refreshing fruit drink loaded with vitamins, and minerals. It is usually made with fresh oranges that are squeezed with handheld juicer, electric juicer or blender.

Is Orange Juice good for you?

Yes it is! According to NCBI, consuming it has lot of health benefits and helps an individual to satisfy nutrient and fruit intake. Their research also says, Orange Juice helps in promoting healthy diet quality, lowers LDLs, decrease the risk of obesity, loaded with antioxidants that helps to decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer and aging.

Is it ok to drink Orange Juice everyday?

Usually it is a good source of vitamins and minerals but many store brought juices have added sugar that is not good for regular intake. If you prefer to take it regularly then always make sure to consume freshly squeezed juice or 100% juice that does not contain sugar.

What are the calories in Orange Juice?

This Juice that I have shared here contains 208 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change or add any ingredients. You can also find a detailed nutritional information in the recipe card above.

I hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you on how it turned out for you. Please let me know.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Enjoy!

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Cider

Urban Tree Hard Cidery’s Orange U an IPA?

Hello cider fans, are you appreciating the signs of Fall all around (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway)? I know that I’m loving each brightly-colored leaf, Goldenrod, and Aster. The sculpted white clouds look crisper in the blue porcelain sky today. Clouds and rain are coming, but I’m basking in the golden moments while they’re here.

And I chose a cider that reminds of this early fall moment with many lingering summer accoutrements: Urban Tree Hard Cidery’s Orange U an IPA. My thinking was that the hops would recall Summer but that the coriander and apple would bring it into Fall. Let’s see how that works out.

Urban Tree Cidery is based out of Atlanta, Georgia where you can find the ciders as well as the tasting room and patios. It sounds like a fun dog-friendly spot that not only sells ciders made on the premises but partners with local craft beer and cocktails as well.

I’ve reviewed two Urban Tree ciders before. You’ll find links to both below.

Sweet Heat Haze: https://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2021/05/cider-review-urban-tree-ciderys-sweet.html

Harvest Apple: https://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2021/03/cider-review-urban-tree-hard-cider.html

You can visit Urban Tree Cidery online here: https://www.urbantreecidery.com/

Here’s how the cidery describes this cider. “Fermented with sweet orange peel, coriander and citrus hops; This cider will make you question if you’re drinking a cider or an IPA. 6.5% ABV.” I did see elsewhere on the webpage for the cider that it’s hops are Citra hops, and it has a listed IBU of 95. I have never seen an IBU on a cider before, so I don’t know how to interpret that number. Feel free to let me know in the comments!

Now for my tasting notes on Orange U an IPA?

Appearance: Orange, cloudy, deep color, disappearing mousse

Urban Tree Cidery’s cider pours with a bit of foam that doesn’t stick around. The color is a deep autumnal orange with some tones of bronze. It’s fully cloudy. I could not see through it.

Aromas: grapefruit, hops, lemon zest, peach, overripe apple

Orange U an IPA? Smels of hops, orange flesh, zesty lemon and minerals. I also get notes of soft ripe peaches and overripe apples. This smells like it will be remarkably flavorful!

Sweetness/Dryness: Sweet

This cider is fun and sweet! It tastes of creamy sugar both in the immediate sugar cane note and also in the fresh orange notes.

Flavors and drinking experience: creamsicle, mimosa, high acid, full body, fun

Orange U an IPA? by Urban Tree Cidery tastes like a hoppy mimosa. I am so into this! The cider feels deliciously thick and tastes sweet and creamy with prominent notes of orange and apple. It’s also grapefruity but in a creamsicle way. Orange U an IPA has no tannins but high acid.

The body is heavy, wet, juicy and ripe. This is an emphatic treat with perfect late summer flavors. The coriander isn’t powerful, but it comes through in one gentle spice note in the mix.

I love the cider’s medium bubble; it’s enough to lift the fullness of flavors but not enough to feel sharp. This cider brings the fun! I do find it much more pleasurable from the glass than a can, but that’s usually how I feel.

I had mine with spicy popcorn and the first episode of What We Do in the Shadows! I recommend that pairing whole heartedly!

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Energy Drink

It’s ORANGE CREAM! Ghost Energy’s Final 2021 Flavor

It’s been almost a year and a half since the flagship launch ghost energyThe Ghost Lifestyle crew continues to improve the lineup over time. Over the past few months, the team led by Dan Lourenco and Ryan Hughes has been enjoying a new flavor – something orange It is now official:

Ghost Energy Orange Cream

Ghost Energy’s latest flavor is here to properly close 2021 – orange cream!

ghost energy orange cream It is upon us!

This isn’t a collaborative effort like Sour Patch Kids or WARHEADS, but you can I say he cooperated with classicBecause this is simply a classic flavor to it Not It’s done right in the energy drink space, in our opinions.

Mission accomplished: consider this to be daily driver The flavor is not too much like some of the sour flavors mentioned above.

We have seen ghost energy All Over the place here in Texas – especially in HEB – and expect it to be first They are distributed in partner grocery stores and The Vitamin Shoppe. Ultimately, we hope you’ll find it below on PricePlow, where you can sign up for our ghost alerts:

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Stealth Energy Nutrition Facts & Ingredients

Ghost Energy Ingredients

Ghost Energy Components (taken from citrus can)

You can read the details in our main article titled Stealth Energy Drink: The formula is constantly improvingbut below is what to expect from each can – which is Much More than your usual energy drink:

  • Calories: 5

  • Carbs: 1 g

And for the active ingredients:

  • Carnipure L-Carnitine L-Tartrate – 1000 mg

  • Taurine – 1000 mg

  • Natural Caffeine (from coffee beans) – 200 mg

  • Alpha-GPC 50% – 150 mg

  • NeuroFactor Coffee Fruit Extract – 100 mg

  • Estrogen – 25 mg

Once again, the full nomenclature is explained in our main site ghost energy drink Article – commodity.

Something orange…sampling a beta orange cream

While this is shown here and there on Ghost Lifestyle’s YouTube channel (in your must-watch list Brand building series), we also had a chance to test a demo version of this experience on a visit to Ghost Lifestyle HQ:

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It’s cool because Not Like most other energy drink flavors. It hits the cream corner as well as orange, without being “spicy” and “metallic” like most other energy drinks.

Ghost Energy Orange Cream

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All flavors of ghost energy

Orange cream is not for you? That’s okay, you can find the rest of the flavors below:

Ghost Energy has everything from strong, potent flavors (like Sour and Bubblicious) to amazing “daily drivers” like citrus and tropical mango. Orange cream definitely fits the latter in that category.

An epic end to an epic year

after unbelievable In the 2020 launch season, Ghost is entering 2021 in strength… and they’re leaving even stronger. was 2021 General V2With popular supplements like Ghost Legend, Ghost Pump, Ghost Burn and Ghost Size for upgrades. Several flavors and collaboration launches have also been dropped, and you can scroll through the ghost news page to see them all.

But it is not All Powders at Ghost Lifestyle HQ—Ghost Energy needs love, too—and they’re closing the year in a big way.

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Mocktail

Blood Orange Mocktail Spritzer – The Mindful Mocktail

This gorgeous blood orange mocktail recipe is so simple to make and just divine to drink. With fresh blood orange juice, lime juice and your choice of alcohol free wine or ginger beer, you can whip this up in minutes.

I just had to make the most of blood orange season, so I bring you this deliciously easy and refreshing blood orange mocktail.

This recipe is:

Easy: With only 3 ingredients, you can make this virgin cocktail with no bartending experience needed.

Fast: make it under a minute. You don’t even need a shaker, just assemble it right in the glass – it even saves the extra washing up!

Glorious to look at: oh blood orange, you are just so pretty. This divine color reminds me of a spritz or something equally delicious. Garnish with something green for a special touch.

Has nutritional benefits: With freshly squeezed blood orange juice and lime, you’ll get an extra kick of vitamin C in this easy mocktail.

If you live somewhere that is lucky enough to have blood oranges in season over Christmas, this alcohol-free cocktail would be a perfect festive drink.

But if not, no worries.

You can just freeze some fresh-squeezed blood orange juice into an ice cube tray and keep it in the freezer to make Christmas mocktails!

What are Blood Oranges?

As you can see from the photos, blood oranges look similar to any other orange on the outside.

But it’s what’s inside that counts here. When you slice open a blood orange, you’ll see it has a deep red color inside. The juice also comes out red, thanks to anthocyanin, a pigment that this fruit contains.

Because of that pigment, the color develops when blood oranges ripen during warm days while the nights are cool. That’s pretty neat!

And here’s something else…blood oranges are usually easier to peel than other types of oranges. They tend to have fewer seeds too.

But they come with a warning – they make a mess! Avoid getting the juice near any porous material because it will stain.

What Do They Taste Like?

Blood oranges are also sweeter than those other oranges, which is why they are perfect for a non alcoholic cocktail.

To describe the taste, I’d say they’re less tangy than other oranges and are more floral with a hint of tartness in the flavour. Some say they taste like orange juice with raspberry or cranberry added in. Best of all, they’re not sour so they are a wonderful fruit to use for any drink.

The juice comes out red so that’s why it’s a timely beverage to put on your Christmas gathering list. This would even be a great mocktail for kids (just be sure to use the ginger beer instead of the alcohol free wine).

How to Make a Blood Orange Mocktail

You’ll only need 3 ingredients to make this delicious non alcoholic drink!

Blood orange juice: I always recommend freshly squeezed juice because it tastes the best! Of course you can squeeze it a couple of hours in advance if you like. This is especially handy if you’re making it for guests.

Lime juice: again, I recommend freshly squeezed but if you only have bottled, that works too.

Alcohol free rose or ginger beer: Personally I prefer this with alcohol free rosè to make it a true wine spritzer. But if you don’t have any (or you like ginger beer better!), go for ginger beer.

How to make it

First, you’ll fill a large wine glass with ice. Add a fresh blood orange slice inside. Push it against the glass so it can be seen from the outside.

Next, add the blood orange juice followed by the lime juice and your alcohol-free Rosé. Then, stir it together gently. Before serving, grab a sprig of rosemary to garnish it for a pop of color that puts red and green together for the holidays.

If you’re not a fan or rosemary or can’t find it, don’t fret. Anything green will do here – try thyme, mint or even basil.

One last thing…don’t forget to share this recipe if you love it. I hope you love this blood orange mocktail as much as I loved creating it.

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Easy Blood Orange Mocktail

This gorgeous blood orange mocktail recipe is so simple to make and just divine to drink. Perfect for Christmas or other special occasions.

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Course: Drinks

Cuisine: American

Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 2 s tablespoon blood orange juice freshly squeezed
  • 1 . lime juice freshly squeezed
  • 1 cup alcohol free Rosé or alternative see notes

NUTRITIONAL VALUES ARE ESTIMATES ONLY AND DO NOT INCLUDE CARBS FROM SUGAR ALCOHOLS.