Lifestyle - Food | 6-18 yrs

Summer Drinks For Children

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Summer brings with it oppressive heat, long and tiring days and parched throats. Although the heat can get to us, summer also means swimming in the pools, lakes or ponds, or just lazing around with a chilled glass of juice to provide some relief from the sweltering sun.

There’s nothing like fruit juice to keep us cool and hydrated during the hot days of summer. They are also packed with a host of benefits. Take the humble Lemonade for instance. Draxe.com says lemonade is not only tasty and inexpensive to make, but also keeps the skin glowing, aids in digestion and is packed with Vitamin C. So, you not only get refreshed but also become healthy.

If summer is here, can watermelons be left far behind? The only thing better and tastier than a watermelon on a hot, summer day is a chilled watermelon smoothie. Watermelon blends well with banana and other creamy-textured fruit, and so, you’ve got multiple options to make a smoothie.

The refreshing ice tea comes next. According to an article titled 8 Super-Refreshing Homemade Iced Teas published in delish.com, ‘Homemade iced teas also provide quite a heady combination of chill and taste. You can create your own signature iced tea by mixing and matching many ingredients such as rosemary, lavender and mint’.

Other summer drinks you can try include, homemade orange soda, banana milkshake and Oreo milkshake. To know more about summer drinks and their recipes, and help your children beat the summer heat off, please flip through the pages of this ClipBook. If you love it, please click on the like button.

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Lemonade

Nothing tastes more in summer than a refreshing glass of lemonade. Make a pitcher to cool off for your kids' lemonade stand...

Iced Fruit Punch

Freeze fruit juices in ice-tray molds in attractive shapes. As the juice cubes melt, their flavors mingle to form a refreshing drink. Choose juices in a range of colors and flavors. All time favorites include orange, pineapple, grape, cranberry, a...

Watermelon Smoothie

The only thing better than a fresh watermelon on a hot summer day is a chilled watermelon green smoothie! Watermelon blends well with bananas and other creamy-textured fruit, providing a delicious flavor accent in your summer smoothie recipes...

Strawberry Milkshake

This is an old-fashioned milkshake, made with fresh strawberries, brown sugar, milk and vanilla ice cream. The brown sugar gives this milkshake a depth of flavor that isn't obvious, but really makes this drink special...

Oreo Milkshake

Why go out to an expensive ice cream shop for milkshakes when it is so easy to make them at home. With this recipe your children will get a taste of oreo biscuits in all their glory...

Mango-Peach Fizz

This tasty treat is bubbling with tropical flavor! Please ensure that you keep it kid-friendly with club soda or seltzer...

Frozen Hot Chocolates

Inspired by the world-famous treat from the New York café, this copy-cat really hits the spot no matter how far you are from the Upper East Side. The kids go nuts for this drink, which is a cross between a milkshake and hot chocolate...

Homemade Iced Teas

Create your own signature iced tea by trying this recipe with other fresh herbs, such as rosemary, lavender, or mint. Always use fresh herbs in preparations, and mix beverages only a few hours before serving to keep flavors crisp and distinct...

Homemade Orange Soda Recipe

Pump up the flavor of lemon-lime soda with thawed orange juice concentrate. Serve over ice for a fizzy beverage packed with citrus tang...

Banana Milkshake

A milkshake recipe so simple your kids can make it themselves with a banana, milk and ice cubes. In 5 minutes or less, they'll be ready to savor their favourite recipe...

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