June 20, 2011

Mott's New Garden Blend Juice

If you are on a healthy eating/living kick, you might be trying to get in more servings of vegetables.  While I tend to shy away from drinking my calories, there is a new product that is not heavy on the calories and will get in 2 servings in one glass!  Check out the new Mott's Garden Blend juice.

With only 45 calories, it's not going to throw you off your healthy eating game.  The taste is full of flavor and has a kick to it as well.  While the kick was a bit much for My Oldest to drink it, I think it would be a great addition to my cooking. 

The Shrimp Jambalaya that I make uses tomato juice, but I think adding this vegetable juice instead will add a nice kick to the dish without having to completely rely on Tobasco sauce.

With tomatoes coming into their prime soon, our favorite Gazpacho could benefit from using this juice as well.   Enough kick to keep things tasty without becoming the focus of the soup.

Next time you are in the grocery store, look for this new option when it comes to vegetable juice.  There are so many ways you can incorporate it into a healthy diet.

Disclaimer:  I received samples of the Mott's Garden Blend Juice and All You magazine.  I was not compensated for this post or told what to say.  All opinions are my own.

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Kelli said...

I save money by matching store sales with coupons.
Great giveaway and I'm sure my daughter would be so happy to win!

Maris(In Good Taste) said...

Mac & Cheese!

Anonymous said...

I save money by using coupons. I'm trying to start using coupons with matching store sales, but I have yet to be this organized.

Shelby said...

I actually subscribe to All You and have for quite some time, I love the magazine! I have promoted this for you - however I won't need to be entered to win. :) Great giveaway Patsy!

Laura said...

I save money by buying in bulk, using coupons and making all our bread and treats (not only cheaper but healthier because I can use whole grains).

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