From Cooking Light magazine. Spanish for "fresh water", agua fresca is a refreshing, fruit-infused drink that is served throughout Mexico. Depending on the ripeness of the berries, adjust the amount of sugar for desired sweetness. Frozen strawberries would be fine in this. I like this with 2-3 times the water or seltzer water for a thinner drink. I also increase the sugar.
Wonderful tropical punch, great for any summertime get-together. Make it a cocktail by adding a shot of vodka or coconut rum to your serving! (cooking time does not include freezing or refrigeration time)
My sister always requests this. Ingredient measurements are not exact; I kind of just throw it all together. I don't always this exact combination of fruits either, it's usually whatever we have on hand. Makes 2 servings.
A very refreshing summer drink. This recipe is from Iced Tea by Fred Thompson. It is suggested in the book that some crushed mint leaves and sour mash whisky can be added for a nice cocktail. I made it using splenda which worked out very well. Prep time includes time to bring water to a boil.
I've always enjoyed pink lemonade and would make a lot of the drink mix variety each summer. Once I became addicted to Recipe #109246 (Lime and Lemonade) the drink mixes tasted too watered down to me. I decided to try making pink lemonade from scratch too and this is what I came up with. The water and/or sugar amount can be adjusted to taste.