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Jennifer Causey

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Jamie Vespa, MS, RD
March 01, 2018

Brighten your brunch-time beverage with a Bloody that delivers on all fronts: brisk and bold with the perfect dose of briny tang. Not to mention its nutritional boost: Tomatoes and beets are excellent sources of potassium, which helps regulate the body's fluid balance and keep blood pressure in check.

Use up that leftover produce with our veggie-packed frittata:

Roasting beets amplifies their sweet, earthy flavor, adding extra depth to our homemade mix (and saving you 200 mg sodium over most bottled mixes). We'll cheers to that!

View the recipe: Golden Beet Bloody Mary

Make It a Mocktail

The beauty of a Bloody is that it needs no booze to shine. Turn this recipe virgin by simply omitting the vodka.