7 Drinks You Can Make At Home To Beat the Heat This Summer

It is important to stay hydrated in the summer heat. Excessive sweating can cause the body to lose water.

Summer brings with it fatigue, sweating, and a feeling of being lazy all day. These refreshing drinks are easy to make at home so you can beat the heat with your loved ones.

You can make summer drinks at home.

  1. Buttermilk

Buttermilk, also known as Chaas, is a refreshing beverage made from curd. It is thought to be very beneficial for digestion because it encourages the growth healthy bacteria in your gut. Buttermilk is made with curd, water and coriander leaves.

  1. Mango Lemonade Cocktail

Mango is a summer favorite fruit. You will need a mango, powdered sugar and ice to make this recipe. You can now mix all the ingredients together and enjoy your mango lemonade mocktail.

  1. Jaljeera

Jaljeera is made with Jeera or roasted cumin seeds and water. You can add mint, ginger, black pepper, mint, dry mango powder, or both to enhance the flavor. It’s very good for digestion, and also tastes great.

  1. Aam Pane

Aam Pana is made with the king among fruits, mango. The mango pulp is blended with cumin and jeera and mixed with mint leaves. This drink is more than lip-smacking. It also boosts your energy.

  1. Mocktail with watermelon and lime

This is one the most popular summer mocktail recipes. You will need watermelon, lemon juice, honey, and cold soda. In a bowl, combine watermelon slices with lemon juice. Mix the ingredients together in a mixer. Pour the mixture into a glass. Add honey and soda to top it off.

  1. Lassi

Lassi is a favourite drink in the Punjabi household. It can be made with Yogurt and other ingredients, depending on whether you want to make salted lassi, flavoured lassi, or a salted lassi using mints, bananas, strawberries, etc.

  1. Sol Kadi

This pink-colored drink is good for your stomach. It is made from extracts of the kokum fruits, which are grown along the coast of Kerala, Karnataka and Goa. To enhance the flavor, the kokum extract is combined with coconut milk, green chilies, ginger, salt, and garnished with coriander.

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