Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a favorite of ours at breakfast and brunch parties. This drink has a beautiful hot pink color and great flavor that children especially enjoy. For a slightly sweeter drink, add up to 2 tablespoons sugar to the recipe. The drink can be enjoyed right away or chilled overnight.


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender or food processor until smooth.
  2. Cover and chill.
  3. Before serving, shake or stir then pour into chilled glasses.
Most Helpful

Mirjam, thanks so much for this wonderful drink. First of all the color is dazzling. Love that hot pink. The taste has that wonderful fruity "wang" that I love so much. In the words of my husband, this is kick a**.

ratherbeswimmin' June 21, 2002

This was a lovely addition on our brunch table the other morning. I poured the drink into stemmed glasses and garnished each glass with a strawberry and slice of orange. The kids wanted it to be sweeter but for us adults it was just wonderful. Thanks for another keeper.

Charlotte J June 17, 2002

I had some really fresh homegrown strawberries, so decided to give this a try. Disappointed with the texture and the flavour, so turned it into what we in the U.K call "Lollies" (Frozen moulds), great success there.

Lallie U.K. June 20, 2002