Summers have finally arrived!
While I wish a warm weather all year long but, I have to say that it sure is hot outside. Thankfully, the summer heat offers the perfect chance to try new refreshing drinks recipes.
Hot summer days calls for the refreshing drinks. Light, bright, and refreshing, they are just what you all want in your glass when the weather heats up.
Who could have thought that apart from the basic & the traditional drinks like nariyalpani, nimbupani or sherbets, there could be so many variations.
So, while you’re taking on the heat, be prepared with the rejuvenating drinks on hand. Forget all the fat filled iced and sugary flavoured waters & try out these homemade summer drinks, which will leave you just as satisfied, by curbing the calories.
Did you know? Watermelon is 92% water so, its top-notch hydrating. With the perfect blend of fresh lime juice, seedless watermelon cubes, mint springs, and also some watermelon wedges for garnish – it comes out to the result as healthy Watermelon slushie.
Minty melon slushy
Ingredients like water, fresh mint leaves, honey drew, lime juice, mint, and salt make this slushy incredibly refreshing.
Mango-pineapple ginger slushy
Fresh pineapple chunks, water, fresh ginger, frozen mango chunks, salt, and raw honey gives this fruity slushy unexpected flavour.
Homemade Ginger Ale
Combining simple syrup made with fresh ginger and club soda will satisfy even the strongest soda craving. Sugar, ginger, water, club soda, candied ginger pieces make it the perfect summer drink.
Watermelon is a perfect summer time fruit & also this delicious & refreshing Watermelon chiller drink is very healthy with no added sugar.
By now, you might have got a fairly good knowledge of the healthy & bracing drinks that help keep you cool in summers. Which means, the hot summer season will no more trouble you, if you include the above mentioned drinks in your daily diet.
In the same context, water also hydrates you & makes you feel energized. For instance, exhaustion towards the end of the day is justifiable but if you get up in the morning sluggish& that too without any other medical reason to back it then, in most likelihood you are dehydrated! When the person doesn’t have enough water in the body, he may feel tired. During summers, keep yourself hydrated by drinking water at the regular intervals.
Don’t wait another day!
Just start incorporating them in your diet and feel the difference – make this summer as cool as possible by cherishing all the nourishing drinks of the season.
So, stay aware, stay hydrated, and stay healthy!