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Superfood Cocktails to Sip On This Summer

Blueberry Margaritas

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Whether you use fresh or frozen, blueberries are packed with antioxidants. (They're also a secret weight-loss weapon.) Plus, they give this cocktail a gorgeous hue! Top it with fresh berries for extra health perks and flavor.

Get the recipe: Blueberry Margaritas

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Matcha Ginger Kombucha Fizz

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This drink recipe is a superfood triple-threat. It's got matcha, which is like turbocharged green tea; ginger, which has anti-inflammatory properties; and kombucha, which has probiotics. Mint ties it all together and makes it taste super fresh.

Get the recipe: Matcha Ginger Kombucha Fizz

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Orange Turmeric Margarita

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Turmeric turns up the orange hue in these bright cocktails, adds a nice smoky flavor, and packs a good-for-you punch. (Read all about the health benefits of turmeric.) And a hit of chili powder makes the flavor even more complex.

Get the recipe: Orange Turmeric Margarita

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Superfood Piña Colada

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Ditch the food dyes and give your cocktail a gorgeous blue-green color with spirulina—a powder made from algae that's one of the green powder superfoods that make meals healthier. The pineapple and coconut totally mask the taste and color, so all you're left with is a delicious tropical drink.

Get the recipe: Superfood Piña Colada

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Fresh Ginger Moscow Mule

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Moscow mules traditionally have ginger beer in them. But this one pairs fresh citrus juice with fresh ginger, giving it a totally unique (and healthier) spin. Muddled fresh basil leaves add even more bright flavor.

Get the recipe: Fresh Ginger Moscow Mule

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Green Juice Margaritas

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Is there a more delicious way to get your greens in than an ice-cold margarita? Start with green juice—make your own with spinach, kale, parsley, celery, cucumber, and green apple, or buy it premade. Just a few more ingredients, and you've got a turbocharged marg.

Get the recipe: Green Juice Margaritas

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Strawberry Ginger Smash

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Between the vitamin C in the berries and the potent health benefits of ginger, this smash-up is loaded with good-for-you ingredients. Pair it with one of the fresh summer strawberry recipes that taste like summer.

Get the recipe: Strawberry Ginger Smash

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Tart Cherry Martini

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Tart cherry juice helps relieve muscle soreness, making this the perfect sip to share with your spin buddies after class.

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