We'd argue blood oranges taste even better than limes in a margarita; too bad they're out of season right now. Thankfully, we've arrived armed with a pint of blood orange sorbet and our favorite tequila to create a thirst-quencher fitting for Spring and Summer: the blood orange sorbet margarita. With its slushy, creamy consistency and its citrusy punch, we promise it'll be your next go-to drink on a hot day. Watch the video to learn more.
Like popsicles, sorbets can satisfy your sweet tooth without busting your caloric bank. They are usually made with fruit and a dash of sugar — perfect for when you crave dessert but don't want to indulge in a scoop of ice cream.
I'm a fan of all kinds of frozen treats, but I like sorbet best when I want to beat the heat. The light, refreshing dessert is the perfect remedy for any Summer afternoon. And luckily, many brands offer simple sorbets that are only a freezer aisle away.
Ready to cool off? Check out how top-brand sorbet treats compare calorically after the break.
With Winter in full swing, temperatures are hitting pretty remarkable lows — which spells good news for those of us who enjoy bundling up. Tron: Legacy actress Beau Garrett hit the streets in New York City yesterday in a cozy-chic wool coat ($43, originally $149), black riding boots, and a fringe-trimmed, plaid scarf ($79). She looked pretty, polished, and — most importantly — warm. Click the items above to shop a similar style.
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Yesterday Oprah announced her yearly Favorite Things list. It's chock full of great gift items — um hello, I want that crazy fridge! — but there's one thing that you can run out and get yourself: Ciao Bella Blood Orange Sorbetto.
"I love it because the flavor is just so refreshing," said Oprah, and well, I couldn't agree with her more. The ingredients are all natural and the blood orange juice is shipped straight from Sicily. It's also amazingly flavorful and completely cleanses your palate. I've seen it at a few of my local grocery stores, but you can also order it online (4 pints for $32.95).