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7 Spring Spritzers and Sips

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Spring Spritzers and Sips

Spring Spritzers and Sips

Here are seven my favorite Spring Spritzers and Sips! Spring is just a few weeks away, and you’ll need plenty of tall, frosty, chilled, iced, on the rocks, with a straw, shaken, blended and juiced sips, spritzers and even smoothies. Pack up that winter tin of cocoa and get ready for spring with these healthy drink recipes!..

(drink photos follow the list)

1. Peachy Lychee Daiquiri (virgin or not)
Fizzy blended drink that combines tropical lychee fruit with sweet peaches. Make this bevie with or without alcohol.

2. Green Ginger Juice
Fresh ginger green juice has an energizing zing in both the flavor and the nutrients!

3. Fizzy Blood Orangeade
Fresh-squeezed blood oranges meet fizzy ginger ale in this “twist on a classic orangeade” spritzer.

4. Strawberry Frosted Lemonade
So refreshing you’ll think you were lounging on a sunny beach, waves crashing in the distance.

5. Spicy Orange Carrot Mimosa
This fun, orange mimosa is light and sweet with a slight spicy kick!

6. Super Sinus Juice or Pineapple Enzyme Banana Smoothie
Spring allergies got you down? Try these enzyme-packed sips to give your sinuses a natural kick! ..because did you know that fruit enzymes like bromelain can help spring (or winter) allergies? learn more.

7. Fruity Fizz White Sangria
This fizzy fruity sangria recipe is perfect for a sunny spring afternoon or warm spring night!

..or try this refreshing Mint-Lemon Half-Frozen Water recipe

What spring sip are you looking most forward to??

Peachy Lychee

Peachy Lychee

Spicy Orange Carrot Mimosa

Spicy Orange Carrot Mimosa

Strawberry Lemonade Frosty

Strawberry Frosted Lemonade

Blood Orangeade

Fizzy Blood Orangeade

Green Ginger Juice

Green Ginger Juice

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About kathypatalsky

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Kathy Patalsky is a blogger, author and photographer. Her website www.Healthy-Happy-Life.com features creative vegan recipes. She is the author of 365 Vegan Smoothies (Spring 2013). She is also the founder of FindingVegan.com.

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