Cooling Refreshing Mocktails

By September 21, 2015Yoga Blog

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Cooling Refreshing Mocktails

 

Have you had enough of the sizzling heat yet? Don’t despair! I’ve created some cooling, refreshing mocktails for you to toast the end of Summer, and welcome Autumn. I predict Summer is going to be slow to relinquish power, and we can expect a few more hot, muggy days, so what better way to celebrate the Autumn Equinox. And besides keeping you cool and hydrated, these yummy, non-alcoholic beverages are loaded with health benefits. Cheers! And please share my blog! You can comment at the end of the blog page. I love to get feedback

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Mock Mint Julep: Makes 2 drinks

1/3 cup water
1 tblspn. honey or blue agave nectar
2 tblspn. fresh, chopped mint
8 oz. organic or homemade lemonade
Mint sprigs to garnish
Ice

Bring water and mint to boil. Cool slightly. Add honey, then cool completely.
Add lemonade and stir to blend. Pour into 2 glasses filled with ice. Top with ice and garnish.

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Pomegranate Mocktini: Makes 2 drinks

6 oz. pomegranate juice (fresh is best, or I use Poms)
3 oz. fresh orange juice
1/2 oz. lemon or lime juice
1 tblspn. honey or blue agave nectar
Lime slices to garnish
Ice
Add all ingredients except lime slices to shaker. Shake vigorously about 50 times. Pour into glasses, and garnish with lemon or lime slices. To add some sparkle, dip rim of glasses in lemon or lime juice, then dip rim in Turbinado sugar.

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