As the days lengthen and the temperatures rise…
there’s no better way to celebrate the delights of summer than by stepping outside and whipping up some genuinely delectable meals and summer beverages! And, whether you’re using our finest grilling techniques, arranging the perfect summer picnic, or coming up with new vegan summer recipes to try, nothing beats a tasty non-alcoholic drink to make a summer dinner truly unforgettable.
Of course, the ideal non-alcoholic summer cocktail also works beautifully with a drive-in movie, a family summer activity, or a way to bookend one of those lazy summer days spent snuggled up on the patio with a favorite book or working on your latest DIY creation with your kids.
While there are plenty of boozy cocktail ideas to enjoy this summer, the crisp and refreshing flavor of a non-alcoholic beverage may occasionally hit the pinch in a way that few boozy cocktails can. Whether it’s a watermelon lemonade, a raspberry lime mock-arita fizz, or a popsicle punch, these booze-free beverages won’t leave you wanting more, and more, and more.
With that in mind, here are a handful of this season’s most delectable non-alcoholic drink recipes to sip on a hot summer day. Lets jump into the topic!
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A delicious drink created with our favorite king of fruits, mango, that is mostly popular in Maharashtra. Mango pulp is combined with cumin, jeera, and mint leaves to make this delightful summer drink. This drink not only refreshes but also energizes you during hot days.
Jeera and water are used to make jaljeera. The cumin seeds, or jeera, are roasted and ground into a coarse powder before being combined with water. This remedy is ideal for persons who suffer from digestive issues, particularly during the summer. Gulp down a cool glass of jaljeera and enjoy summer as you’ve never experienced before.
What could be better than bringing a desi summer drink to your aid? Sattu sharbat is a Bihar specialty that keeps the body cool even on the hottest of days. It only need sattu flour, sugar, and water to make. It’s not only refreshing, but it also fills you up. Here’s a delicious sattu sharbat recipe that you’re sure to like.
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Buttermilk, also known as chaas, is a delicious curd-based drink that is a firm favorite among Indians. Chaas is an excellent digestive, and the inclusion of spices such as jeera just adds to its benefits.
A glass of chilled coconut water can instantly lift your spirits. The gentle sweetness and fresh flavor make it the ideal drink to keep the summer blues at bay. It’s also a terrific electrolyte, so if you’re feeling dehydrated, drink some coconut water and you’ll be fine.
Sugarcane juice is utilized as a natural cure for a variety of ailments. It is an energy drink that helps develop plasma and bodily fluids, preventing dehydration and dullness. Adding mint leaves to the juice can only help to improve the flavor of your summer beverage.
What could be better than a Punjabi lassi? This smooth and creamy yogurt-based refreshment is regarded as an excellent summer cooler. The best part is that you can simply add numerous varieties to it, such as mint, avocado, mango, banana walnut lassi, and others. Don’t worry if you haven’t tried any of these yet.
Barley water is an old cure for excellent health. All you need to make this elixir is pearl barley, water, salt, a splash of honey, and lemon. Here’s how to brew your own barley water at home.
Nimbu Paani Or Lemonade
Why skip out on the most popular summer beverage, our very own nimbu paani or lemonade? This refreshing drink is made with mint leaves, lemons, sugar, salt, and water and takes only a few minutes to prepare. To make it more interesting, add spices such as cumin, coriander powder, black pepper, and so on.
Watermelon is one of the tastiest summer fruits, and its juice is much better. It is quite refreshing, and its hydrating characteristics assist in keeping your body hydrated and fresh.
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