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Sparkling Strawberry Mocktail


Sparkling Strawberry Mocktail



Hi folks! Howdy? Summer being right up the sleeve, and humidity is already draining after a short while when out, I thought it's the best time to share the recipe of this refreshing Mocktail which is perfect for summer days.
So let's buckle up and prepare for summer! Here I have made it even before the summer has started, because the Mr loves Mocktails and Virgin Mojito. I am not a fan of bare soda, unlike the Mr! Always love adding flavors to it. This time I had a lot of frozen strawberries leftover in the freezer and I wondered how to use them up when I came up with the idea of making the Mocktail. I always loved to serve my guests something different and special. The sparkling strawberry Mojito is definitely eye-catching and keeps your table spread a part higher.



I am sure your family and friends will love it. You have no idea how I had to deal with my family who was literally on their toes to grab a glass of this refreshing mocktail. I bet you this is going to be your favorite summer drink! It is all the zest that is required for you to amaze your folks during the summer days. It has all that is required to freshen you up, antioxidants from the Strawberries and mint and vitamin C from the lemon!
Virgin Mojito is quite familiar with most of us but this one with the strawberry flavor is a game changer!

This is the perfect drink to jazz up your party table with this welcome drink! If you plan to make them for guests muddle up Mint and squeeze in the lemon, set aside and blitz the frozen strawberries with sugar and keep in the fridge in advance until guests arrive. Mix the above mixture to soda and serve immediately! Let's beat the heat in style! 😍




Ingredients 


  • 10-12 frozen Strawberries
  • A few mint leaves
  • 1-2 lemon, squeezed
  • 1/2 cup simple syrup */ 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 Can Soda
  • Ice, as required
  • Fresh Strawberries for garnishing

Instructions :


  1. In a bowl or Mason jar muddle up the mint leaves, lemon juice and sugar(if using).
  2. Blitz the frozen Strawberries with the ice for 2-3 seconds.
  3. Now to the Mason jar add the above mix, simple syrup (if sugar isn't being used) and more ice, if required.
  4. Stir gently. Garnish with mint leaves and fresh Strawberries! Serve immediately and enjoy! 👌👌

Note: If you have simple syrup you may use that, simple syrup is prepared by boiling equal parts of sugar and water and cooled.


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