This Frozen Bloody Mary Might Cure What Ails You
How about a bloody mary that actually cures hangovers
? Unlike the typical brunch drink
, this version is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, using real, whole-food ingredients (like—gasp!
—real tomatoes) for a spicy, hearty, Sunday morning mocktail pop (or cocktail pop
, if you add the vodka). This pop, based on a bloody mary
invented by my friend Hogan, boasts a salad’s worth of nutrients, but the real superstar here is beet, which, besides adding a lovely, can’t-put-your-finger-on-it sweetness, is renowned for its blood-and liver-cleansing properties—exactly the parts of your body that take a beating when you drink. Garlic gets your immune system back into fighting shape, while the hot sauce kicks your metabolism into high gear to quell any day-after nausea.Note: If the smell of garlic sticks to your molds, pour a bit of distilled white vinegar into each mold after it’s clean then fill them to the brim with water. Let sit for 30 minutes then wash and rinse.Tomato Beet Bloody Mary PopFrom Glow Pops: Super-Easy Superfood Recipes to Help You Look and Feel Your Best
by Liz Moody
Recipe reprinted from Glow Pops: Super-Easy Superfood Recipes to Help You Look and Feel Your Best by Liz Moody with permission from Clarkson Potter.