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A light, fresh, summery drink using blood oranges, orange sorbet, and lemon lime soda! And a solution for sensitive teeth so you can enjoy it!
My mom was over the other day and I made frozen lemonade (coming soon), and she couldn’t drink it because her teeth were extra sensitive that day. It made me think about how hard summer can be for those of us with sensitive teeth.
I too have some sensitivity in my teeth, which totally bums me out because I love warm weather drinks and treats. Ice cream, snow cones, popsicles, slushes, smoothies, and more. Bring them on, I love them. But my teeth…not so much.
Fortunately, I recently found something that is helping me to get convenient, long-lasting sensitivity relief and protection so I can enjoy things like this amazing blood orange punch. And I am really excited to share it with all you sensitive teeth sufferers because we shouldn’t have to avoid the deliciousness of cold foods just because our teeth hurt. Am I right?
My solution: The Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Sensitivity Pen. In just 3 days after I started using the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Sensitivity Pen I saw improvement in my teeth sensitivity! The toothbrush has super soft bristles and was designed for people with sensitive teeth. The Sensitivity Pen stores right in the toothbrush, and contains a gel you put directly on your problem areas, and it helps to protect your teeth. You just put a couple clicks of the gel on particularly sensitive teeth, and rub it in. Over time the formula builds a barrier so teeth are less prone to sensitivity. Obviously the longer you do it, the better the results, but even just a couple days later you will really start to notice a difference.
And it is Eazy Peazy, just the way I like it: The Actis Enamel Pen blocks sensitivity at the source of pain. Simply: Brush, Apply, Go.
I got mine at my local Smith’s, and many Kroger stores offer them, as well ad digital coupons for a discount, so be sure to check out your local store’s webpage to see if you can get one.
Then you can enjoy making this Blood Orange Punch.
I am kind of a blood orange newbie. The first time I tried blood oranges was on a trip to Europe my husband and I took. On the flight to Rome I asked for some juice, and was given blood orange juice. I was hooked. In Europe, you could buy it pretty much everywhere. We would stop at the little markets and get it every morning. Then we get back to the US, and I couldn’t find it anywhere. Apparently it wasn’t blood orange season, and so I went without. For far too long. Now any time I see blood oranges in the store I buy a bunch and make OJ, and freeze it for when the oranges are harder to find!
For this punch I used orange sorbet, fresh blood orange juice, and some lemon lime soda! I put it in the food processor to mix it all together, and that was it!
It is so easy and absolutely delicious!
Blood Orange Punch
- 2 cups orange sorbet
- 1 1/2 cups lemon lime soda
- 1/2 cup blood orange juice
- Put everything in a food processor or blender, and blend until smooth.
Our recipe card software calculates these nutrition facts based on averages for the above ingredients, different brands, and quality of produce/meats may have different nutritional information, always calculate your own based on the specific products you use in order to achieve accurate macros for this recipe.
My favorite warm weather treats are drinks, what are yours?
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