Fruit drinks are best served cold. In keeping with trends toward healthful libations, these recipes will become your daily sippers. Acai smoothies; all-natural, fresh fruit-juice blends; and frozen fruit drinks fill this winning recipe collection.
Depending on the season, this drink can be served chilled or slightly warm. It pairs well with a pork or turkey dinner.
This savory sangria matches well with Asian-style appetizers or smoked salmon.
Because of the abundance of food on the Thanksgiving menu, skip the appetizers. Instead, serve glasses of this fruit punch combined with sparkling wine.
Your favorite fresh-fruit packs this summer beverage. Garnish with fresh mint before serving.
A skewer of melon, kumquat, pineapple, and orange stir up this sparkly drink.
This easy and refreshing drink is party-ready in 10 minutes. To garnish, thread whole kumquats onto skewers.
Nectar--the drink of the gods--makes this refreshing, nonalcoholic drink extra good.
Mosey on up to the counter for a mug of this fruity lemon-flavor drink.
A refreshing blend of apricot, orange, and grapefruit juices becomes refreshingly bubbly with the addition of sparkling mineral water. Make a pitcher full for a festive party.
Cranberry juice, ginger syrup and seltzer combine to make this fizzy pink refresher. Serve it as a family-friendly drink with optional alcoholic add-ins.
Citrus is a perfect flavor to brighten dreary winter days. Try this DIY soda during the holiday season at an open house or dinner party with friends.
This fruity frozen drink is great for a party. The recipe makes 24 servings.
Frozen strawberries are a great alternative to fresh in this easy-to-make beverage. Be sure to use unsweetened berries.
Heat up a chilly fall or winter day with a mug full of apple cider with a hint of citrus and warm spices. Increase the intensity of the cinnamon, clove and anise infusion by lengthening the simmer time.