Refreshing Fruity Drink Recipes for Summer
There are a lot of things that you can do to beat the summer heat – one being, drink plenty of fluids. While water is definitely the best drink you could opt for, fruity drinks are always refreshing! Even if you are just adding fruit to your water. Last week’s party was full of REFRESHING FRUITY DRINKS FOR SUMMER! Perfect for entertaining, some of these drink recipes are cocktails and some are mocktails, but all are refreshing and perfect to help keep you cool.
This is week 308 (6 years) and I’m amazed every week at all the creativity out there!! Each week I feature some of the posts that caught my eye from the previous week. Please take a moment to visit the featured blogs ……..then scroll down to see what’s being shared this week and feel free to link up what YOU’VE been up to and click around to visit some of the other sites. ** if you’re reading this via email or reader, be sure to click through to the web to see all of the linked projects and more!
- Non-Alcoholic Fruit Sangria Drink recipe at The Idea Room
- Watermelon & Lemonade Martini recipe at Premeditated Leftovers
- Blueberry Breeze Cooler recipe from Ann’s Entitled Life
- Watermelon Basil Moonshine recipe from Pink Heels Pint Truck
- Strawberry Lime Cucumber Infused Water at Finding Zest
- Spicy Cantaloupe and Raspberry Cocktail Recipe at Feather Pixels
- Cantaloupe Banana Smoothie recipe from Artsy Crafty Mom
- Spiked Peach Sweet Tea recipe at Homemade Interest
MORE Fruity Drink Recipes you might enjoy!
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