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Summer Coolers

Sun is shining hard and sucking all energy from the body. Whats required most is a cool beverages in summer.  Usually we avoid to eat much but want to quenched the thirst with something refreshing.

Let me give you some relief from summer heat with these refreshing mocktails . Even you can serve your guest and make them aghast on them. I am sharing the best of summer mocktails, juices and punches which are made of seasonal juicy fruits and it take hardly 5-10 minutes to make.

                                                                   Red Summer Slush

1/2 cup mango
1/2 cup watermelon(deseeded)
2-3 aloobukhara
1 tbsp sugar
1/2 chilled water
crushed ice

1. Blend all ingredient together except ice
2. In a glass pour crushed ice and add the mixture
3. Served it chilled

 Mango Punch


1 mango
1/2 orange juice
crushed ice


1. Make mango puree , if you think mango is tangy then add 1 tbsp sugar and add 1/2 cup water, blend it
2. Pour ice in glass and then mango pulp
3. Invert the spoon in glass and over the spoon pour slowly orange juice that make two separate layer without mixing
4. Add some spirit on top and served chilled

                                                    Mid Summer Dream 

1/2 cup chopped kiwi ,Mango
1/2 cup Pineapple juice
1/2 cup Orange juice
Crushed ice


1. In a glass pour some crushed ice then orange juice
2. Then invert the spoon in glass slowly pour pineapple juice
3. Add crushed ice
4. Add chopped fruits
5. Add soda or spirit

Here you go with most refreshing beverages

                                                           Rose Delight


Crushed ice
Black salt
Lemon juice

1. In a glass pour crushed ice
2. Add 2bsp of roohfza
3. Add 1 tbsp lemon juice in it
4. Add pinch of black salt
5. Add spirit or soda

                                                                         Rose Mango punch

Mango pulp
Rose delight(shared recipe above)

1. In a glass add ice crushed
2. Add mango pulp in it.
3. Pour Rose Delight in the glass.                                                               

                                                                             Ice Tea MocktailIngredients
1″ pcs ginger wash & thinly slice
1/4 cup sugar
11/4 cup water
2 tea bags
8-10 mint leaves
1 cup soda 2 tsp lemon juice
2 tbsp mango juice 1 cup crushed ice

1. Boil ginger slices,sugar & water .
2. Simmer for 5 min.
3. Dip the tea bags, remove from fire. leave for 2 minutes for the tea to brew well.
4. Strain & keep black ginger tea aside. add mint leaves to ginger tea.
5. Cool the tea. add mango juice & lemon juice,mix well
6. Put ice in a glass. pour the drink on ice

                                                               Phalsa juice


Phalse – 250 grams (1.5 cup)
Sugar – less than 1/2 cup
Black salt – 1/2 tsp
Ice cubes


1.Wash phalse  properly a mixing jar add phalsa and sugar ,blend them.
3.Now add cold water and black salt into it.
4. stain  the phalsa juice to  separated from the seeds .

Phalsa juice is ready.

                                                                         Aam Ka Panna

 1 big Green Mango
2 teaspoon Roasted cumin seed
1 tablespoon Kala namak (Black salt)
3 tablespoon Sugar
cups Water
A handful of Fresh Mint leaves

1.Wash and clean mangoes.
2.Roast raw mangoes and some people boil raw mangoes(do as you like it)
3.Once coll , peel the skin of mangoes
4.Scoop out the mango pulp in a mixer jar
5.Add all the spices to the pulp and add chopped mint leaves in it
6.Blend until smooth.
7.Panna is on a thick side. Add water to dilute and adjust seasonings.
8.Add ice and enjoy it chilled

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33 thoughts on “Summer Coolers

  1. This is such a lovely list of summer coolers to be prepared at home. I loved the presentation of these drinks by you by adding a slice or a piece of fruit to the glass. Really impressive.

  2. Wow! These summer coolers look really tasty. I feel thirsty right now. Will absolutely give those recipes a try.

  3. Wow..some wonderful recipes u have listed. I am definitely ditching thr usual packed drinks for the next kiddie party and gonna pick up one or maybe a couple of these recipes. Gonna bookmark this post cozz i gotta come back to it.

  4. These summer cooler drinks look absolutely refreshing and are great to keep kids and ourselves hydrated and cool. Great post..I’m bookmarking it.

  5. Omg these are saviours in summers.. like literally ..
    Always been relishing the rose delight since I was a child.

  6. Mango punch and all other summer coolers look so tempting! I really wanna have them all on this hot sweaty day!

  7. These summer cooler definitely look wonderful. Looking at your recipe, it seems to be pretty simple to make. Let me try making some of these in next couple of days 🙂

  8. wow, these are some very bright and refreshing summer drinks. even Bangalore these days gets pretty warm during afternoons. this has to be tried.
    – Princy #InvincibleGang for #OpenNTalk #Week3

  9. Your recipes are just perfect.I love making them all at home when share perfect steps to make it.!! Thank you!!
    #OpenNTalk #BloggerBabes

  10. Yummy! They all look so yummy and mango punch is my favourite. Surely trying them all.
    #Bloggingdivas #Openntalk

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