A bold, new twist on an old classic, this low calorie Bloody Mary recipe has all the flavor you demand, sans the guilt. Perfect for brunch or Sunday afternoon football, these low-calorie drinks are easy to make and always a favorite.A bold, new twist on an old classic, this low calorie Bloody Mary recipe has all the
►Dash Hot Sauce
►2 parts Low-Sodium Tomato Juice
►Squeezed fresh Lemon Juice
►Squeezed fresh Lime Juice
►Dash Worcestershire sauce
1. Add the ingredients
Combine all the ingredient in an ice-filled mixing glass and stir well. (If you don't have 1:1 simple syrup, you can make this by combining equal quantities of sugar and water in a pan and heating until the sugar dissolves)
Serve this cocktail in a tumbler, over one large cube or several small ones. You could even use an ice ball if you prefer.
Twist a piece of orange zest over the glass to release the aromatic oils.
Use orange peel and sprig of toasted rosemary to finish your Old Fashioned.
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