In this issue:
Try some of these delicious non-alcoholic mocktails as a healthier way of celebrating Christmas:
1½ litres raspberry cranberry juice
3 cups soda water
1/4 cup lime juice (equal to 1-2 limes)
1 punnet raspberries
1 punnet blueberries
1 cup mint leaves
1 extra lime, thinly sliced
crushed ice to serve
4 lemon slices
Combine ginger ale and ginger beer.
Serve as a long drink with ice and garnished with a slice of lemon.
*All Recipes from healthyhigh.com.au
1 cup caster sugar
1/4 cup roughly chopped mint leaves
1 cup water
750ml soda water
Ice cubes and mint sprigs to serve
Combine sugar, mint leaves and water in a small saucepan. Stir over low heat without boiling until the sugar has dissolved. Bring to the boil and simmer for five minutes.
Pour into a small jug and place in the fridge until chilled. Once chilled, strain through a sieve into a large serving jug, add soda water, ice cubes and mint leaves and stir.
75ml apple juice
1 whole lime
1 spring fresh mint leaves
1 tsp Vanillin sugar
Add the quartered lime, Vanillin sugar and mint sprigs to a highball glass and muddle with a muddler. Add several ice cubes and pour in the apple juice. Top with soda (adjust to taste), and stir. Garnish with an apple slice and a lime wedge, and serve.
1½ litres grape juice
1 litre soda (or lemonade)
½ pineapple (cut bite sized)
1 orange, sliced
1 tray ice cubes
Combine juice and soda in a large jug. Add fruit and ice cubes. Stir and serve.
2 cups cherries, pitted
1 cup vanilla yoghurt
1 litre orange juice
Place the cherries, yoghurt and juice into a blender with ice cubes and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses or a serving jug.