Martha's Favorite Green Juice
Every morning Martha drinks this immune-boosting cocktail of nutritious fruits and vegetables. Her refreshing green juice recipe allows for plenty of substitutions. Don’t have pears on hand? Add an apple instead! Have some fresh spinach or kale that needs to get used? Either works great. With this vibrant and versatile formula on hand, it’s easy to drink green.
Spiced Apple Cider
On a cool fall day, enjoy a mug of warm apple cider. Cinnamon stick stirrers add spice and extra flavor to our favorite seasonal beverage.
Easy Blender Orange Juice
No fancy juicer or citrus press necessary for this refreshing whole-fruit juice! While you can certainly use all oranges, we like adding tangerines and grapefruits to the mix, too.
Guests will howl for this creative and super-festive punch. Create the glowing moon by freezing orange juice and water in a bowl, then release it and float it in a mixture of concord-grape juice, ginger soda, seltzer, and fresh lime juice. Spike grown-up ghouls' glasses with an ounce (or two) of vodka.
Hot Apple Cider with Ginger
Lemon zest and fresh ginger in addition to the usual warming spices amp up this wintertime classic.
Iced Lemon Espresso
An update of the Italian-American caffé Romano, an espresso served with a bit of lemon peel, this fizzy incarnation blends tart lemon soda with a cool shot. It tastes bright and full-bodied, like an amplified Arnold Palmer. Mix one up—it's sunshine in a glass.
Chai-Spiced Apple Cider
Apple cider is a natural partner for chai spices: cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, black peppercorns, and fresh ginger. Let everything infuse for an hour, or if you really want the flavor of the spices to come through, chill overnight.