Smirnoff Ice Gets You Game Day Ready With These Great Drink Recipes!

Written by lyricsmama on January 24, 2016 – 5:20 PM -

The playoffs have officially kicked off (pun intended) and Smirnoff Ice has some fun cocktails to celebrate your football fandom. Whether you’re hosting friends for a homegate or bringing it to the parking lot for a tailgate, we’ve got you covered in the cocktail department.

Below please find simple, delicious and festive recipes, like the Super Bowl Sangria, Playoff Preparada and Winning Moscow Mule.

Super Bowl Sangria

Super Bowl Sangria

Serves 6
· 2 cups Smirnoff Ice® Screwdriver
· 2 cups pinot grigio
· Fresh fruit slices

Mix in a pitcher and garnish with fresh fruit.


Playoff Preparada

Playoff Preparada

Serves 1-2
· 1 bottle Smirnoff Ice® Green Apple
· Fresh fruit
· Chili lime seasoning
· Chamoy

Fill glass halfway with ice. Add chopped apples and oranges. Flavor with some chili lime seasoning and chamoy to your taste. Pour one bottle of Smirnoff Ice® Original. Top it all off with some maraschino cherries.

Winning Moscow Mule

Winning Moscow Mule

Serves 1
· 1 Bottle Smirnoff Ice® Moscow Mule
· Fresh fruit

Pour bottle into copper mug with ice. Garnish with fruit.

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Great Super Bowl Dish – Mango Guacamole

Written by lyricsmama on January 23, 2016 – 8:37 PM -

Mango Guacamole

Mango Guacamole


3 ripened avocados
1 ripened mango
¼ cup lime juice
½ cup cilantro
½ cup white onion
3 teaspoons salt


In your Molcajete, add half of the diced mangos and mash with the pestle into a pulp.
Then add one avocado and mash into a pulp with the mango.
In a separate bowl mix remaining ingredients, including mango, and add more lime juice if needed.
Fold mixture with pulp inside Molcajete and serve with tortilla chips.

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Bring Milo’s Tea To The Table For The Holidays

Written by lyricsmama on November 30, 2015 – 6:54 PM -

Be it a hot or cold day, nothing is more refreshing when you’re thirsty then some sweet tea. The thirst quenching,
refreshing taste is a hit with just about everyone, and that includes during the holiday season. Milo’s Tea Company provides it’s fans with fresh, natural ingredients and no preservatives or additives.

Milos Walmart

Milo’s Tea can be found in the refrigerated juice section at your local Walmart stores. Why not pick up a gallon or two and get creative! Whether you’re making a drink with your tea, or spicing up an old recipe, Milo’s Tea adds a great taste to your holiday meals.

Milo Sweet Tea Walmart

A family owned, woman owned business, Milo’s Tea is located in Bessemer, AL and was founded in 1946 by Milo and Bea Carlton as a restaurant. Milo’s provides their customers with high quality, fresh, natural ingredients and never sacrifice taste. I can say, this is so true. The entire family fell in love with Milo’s Sweet tea! To incorporate it into our holiday season we created a refreshing drink.

Milo’s Holiday Apple-Cran Sweet Tea!

Milos Sweet Tea
A super easy drink you can prepare in seconds for those holiday guests. First, make sure you have some Milo’s Sweet Tea on hand, fill your glass with ice. Then cut a few slices of your favorite kind of apple and place them in the glass as well as a few slices of lemon, and a splash of cranberry juice, then simply fill the glass with your Milo’s Sweet Tea and garnish with a lemon and candy cane.

Easy, simple and refreshing!

Milos Sweet Tea 2

Once you’ve tasted Milo’s tea, you’ll taste the difference! How could you make Milo’s part of your holidays? You could make a refreshing holiday drink, or visit the Milo’s Tea website and check out some of the great recipes they have on hand.


Milo’s Tea is available Sweetened with Pure Can Sugar, No Calorie and Unsweet options as well. There’s a Milo’s for everyone! Right now you can Buy 2 gallons of Milo’s Tea for just $5 at Walmart on rollback while supplies last.  You can also find Milo’s Tea on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Milo’s Tea, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #HolidaysWithMilos
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Pumpkin-Apple Breakfast Smoothie

Written by lyricsmama on October 7, 2015 – 10:54 PM -

Now that fall is here, all that’s on everyone’s mind is pumpkin spice, apple pie, and not gaining back all the weight you worked so hard to keep off this summer. Pumpkin and apple are the perfect pairing in this fall breakfast smoothie. This healthy Pumpkin-Apple Breakfast Smoothie is made with a pinch of pumpkin pie spice, a full bottle of water, and will keep you full for hours.

Pumpkin-Apple Breakfast Smoothie

Pumpkin Apple Breakfast Smoothie

· 1 16.9 oz bottle Water
· ½ cup plus 2 tbsp. old-fashioned oats
· ½ cup canned pumpkin
· 1 cup Greek yogurt
· 1 1/2 medium apples, cut into pieces
· 1 banana, sliced and frozen
· ½ cup milk
· ⅛ tsp. pumpkin pie spice
· 8 ice cubes

Place oats in blender and blend for about 30 seconds until finely chopped. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. Serve immediately.

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Written by lyricsmama on August 6, 2015 – 4:22 PM -

Most of the country is still being scorched by hot summer weather, which means that a cool popsicle is the perfect treat on a hot day! These deliciously simple three ingredient popsicles will be a cool refreshing treat!

Blackberries grow wild and abundantly in the Seattle area (where they are based) making these tasty berries easy and fun (and cheap!) to find during the summer and the perfect fruit for this icy treat.


Blackberry Green Tea Popsicles!

Here’s what you’ll need:
– Popsicle molds or small cups
– Popsicle sticks
– Blender

– 3 Bags of Japanese Green tea
– 2 cups of water
– 2 cups blackberries (fresh or frozen)
– ¾ cup honey

Makes around 10 large popsicles depending on your molds.

What to do:

1. Steep three tea bags of Japanese Green tea in 2 cups of 180 degree water for 4 minutes. Remove tea bags.

2. Cool the tea and use a blender to blend tea, blackberries, and honey until liquefied.

3. Pour into your popsicle molds or cups, place popsicle sticks in the molds.

Optional: Use a strainer to separate the blackberry seeds from the liquid before pouring into the molds.

Tip: If you’re using cups as popsicle molds, you may want to wait for them to become more solid before adding the popsicle sticks to ensure the sticks freeze upright.

4. Place popsicles in the freezer to freeze until they are solid and easily removed from the molds, and enjoy!

Tip: To ease the popsicles out of a plastic mold, briefly run tepid water over the molds
and they should come right out!

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