Summer Fun ๐Ÿฆ

  • Homemade lollies

  • Try freezing juices into fun layered lollies. Pour your favourite juices into lolly moulds and freeze a layer at a time (adding fresh fruit if you like) to get a striped effect. Orange and forest fruits (with some sliced strawberries added in) create a colourful effect, but try your own combinations with as many layers as you like.

    Juice Cubes

  • Make a chilled glass of juice even more refreshing by using juice for the ice cubes, too. You wonโ€™t dilute your drink with water as they melt and you could even try freezing different juices to make your own mixes, you could try pink grapefruit and pineapple for a tangy, tropical treat. Add fruit for an extra surprise.

  • Simple Slushies

  • If youโ€™ve already got a tray of juice cubes sitting in the freezer, then a simple slushie is something you can easily whip up as well. Blitz the cubes in a powerful food processor or blender for a glass of fruity ice thatโ€™ll be the ultimate refreshment on a hot day. Make them even prettier by layering up different flavours in the same glass – all you need to do is choose whether to enjoy with a straw or spoonโ€ฆ

  • Party cocktails

    Itโ€™s one you should definitely be serving up this summer and will become a new party favourite. Tasting as tropical as it sounds, this pretty drink is a mix of spicy dark rum, Campari, zingy lime and plenty of pineapple juice. Mix up a batch and invite friends and family over.

  • Mocktails

  • Or how about leaving out the booze and making it child friendly. Served with mint leaves, ice and orange slices, try serving as a juice float with chopped pineapple and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

  • Have a go and let me see the results ๐Ÿ˜‰

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