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Bloody Mary

In the midst of summer, I often find myself with an abundance of ripe tomatoes that I love making fresh tomato juice with. Sometimes that fresh tomato juice becomes a delicious bloody Mary!

ruby smoothie

Ruby Smoothie

Often, we looking for ways to feel lighter when it comes to our meals. There’s no need to go to extremes. By adding more fruits and veggies to your diet, you’ll start to have more energy, and those junk food cravings should start to wane.

The Ruby Smoothie gets its beautiful color from beets, blood oranges, and raspberries, among other fruits and veggies, which also pack in a big dose of vitamins and minerals. The flax and hemp seeds are loaded with fiber, which will help fill you up, and keep your cravings at bay. Sub this smoothie for your usual breakfast or lunch every now and then for a lighter option.

orange maple spiced westrock coffee

Spiced Orange and Maple Westrock Coffee

I love sitting around the fire after a big meal, swapping stories with loved ones. Usually, a round of coffee will help to keep us all up instead of going into a food coma. This year, I’ve added a few special ingredients to my go-to Westrock coffee for a festive, flavorful beverage.

Honey Vanilla Iced Coffee

Westrock CoffeeI like to perk up my afternoon with this tasty iced coffee drink sweetened with honey. To make this drink even sweeter, I choose a coffee with a conscience. Westrock Coffee is an Arkansas-based brand that works with smallholder farmers around the globe to create some of the finest coffees in the world. Westrock is committed to creating great coffee from crop to cup. By operating at each level of the coffee supply chain, Westrock offers complete transparency to consumers and fair, honest trade to their farmer partners. In turn, the partnerships impact the farmers, their families and their entire communities. Learn more at WestrockCoffee.com.

Hot Chocolate

Who can resist a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day? I certainly can’t! It is one of my favorite winter treats. In these days of instant gratification it is hard to come by a cup of hot chocolate that isn’t made from a powder, so when I found this recipe in an old cookbook I decided to give it a try. It takes a little longer to make, but it is well worth the effort. The flavor is rich and frothy. Just the way hot chocolate should be.