Mocktails--a Better Way to use Your Freeze-Dried Fruit

April 10, 2014 | 1 comment(s)

As you sit beside your pool, take a break from weeding your flourishing garden, or set the table for a BBQ this summer, put your feet up and enjoy a refreshing breeze of flavor with these fruity mocktails—(non-alcoholic cocktails) every one of which can be made with food storage. Just click the name of the drink to get to the recipe. Enjoy!

Mocktails--a Better Way to use Your Freeze-Dried Fruit

Strawberry Peach Mocktail

With only two ingredients, it’s easy to enjoy the refreshing, sweet flavor of peaches and strawberries combined into one delicious drink.

Strawberry Mango Mocktail

This delicious combination of mango, strawberry, orange, honey, and lime will give you a unique burst of flavor with every sip. Perfect for warm summer days.

Berry-Lime Water

A subtle blend of berries and lime add a sweet flavor to your average glass of water—refreshing and great for a quick-to-make, cool drink.

Lemonade & Berry Blend

This tart drink combines the revitalizing flavor of lemons with a variety of berries (blackberries, raspberries, strawberries) and sparkling water to give your drink a little extra kick.

Summer Fruit Daiquiri

Refreshingly tart and sweet, the summer fruit daiquiri is a great way to add some favorite fruits into your day. Peaches, strawberries, mangos, and the flavors of orange and lemons come together to give you a taste you’ll crave all summer.

Pina Colada Smoothie

A delicious combination of pineapple, banana, honey, and vanilla will sweep you away to a tropical island. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this sweet treat.

 

What’s your favorite refreshing summer drink?


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  • Erica  |  June 11, 2014

    It's amazing. I think it's good to use freeze dried fruits, since it's quite healthy and useful!

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