Sure red wine has some antioxidants, but nothing compares to the real deal.
“This sangria gives alcohol a run for its money and keeps you hydrated with plenty of vitamins,” said Karliin Brooks, founder of The Squeeze Juice and author of “Squeeze Life: Your Guide to the Best Bare Body at Any Age.”
Follow this recipe for a delicious taste!
1 bunch beetroot leaves (that are attached to your beets)
2 cinnamon sticks
Pinch of cayenne pepper
3 tbsp maple syrup (optional for sweetness)
2 cups any chopped fruit you like (apples, oranges, limes, pears, and melons are a good combo)
Wash all produce very well. Juice all produce, except the 2 cups of chopped fruit. Add the juice along with the cinnamon, cayenne and maple syrup to a large pitcher. Add the chopped fruit and marinate in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before serving. Enjoy!
- Misty graduated from Angelina College in May 2012 after serving two semesters as editor and co-editor for the college newspaper. Looking for an outlet to put her experience and degree to work, she joined MSGPR as an intern for LufkinPantherSports.com, covering everything from swim meets to football games. She has also written on a variety of other topics, fulfilling a desire to help clients’ creatively communicate with their community while at MSGPR. In 2014, she became editor for Texas Forest Country Living.