Summer is here! so is the heat. To protect from the heat and refresh ourselves on these hot days, many people make homemade drinks. These homemade drinks keep our bodies hydrated and refreshed.
While there is no ideal substitute for water Juices, shakes, smoothies, and other liquids can help you get enough water. So here are some easy to make and refreshing drinks you can make on your own.
Buttermilk, also known as Chaas, is a delicious curd-based drink. Chaas is a fantastic digestive, and adding spices like jeera simply adds to the list of benefits.
2) Aam Panna:
Our favorite fruit, mango, is used to make a truly mouthwatering drink. Aam Panna is particularly popular in Maharashtra. Mango pulp is combined with cumin, jeera, and mint leaves to create this delightful summer drink. This drink not only refreshes you but also gives you energy on hot days.
3) Coconut water:
A refreshing glass of coconut water can instantly lift your spirit. It’s the perfect drink to keep the summer blues at bay. Thanks to its gentle sweetness and fresh flavor. It is also an excellent electrolyte, so if you’re feeling dehydrated, drink some coconut water and you’ll be fine.
Why not try homemade nimbu paani, or lemonade, which is the most popular and easy-to-make summer drink? This drink is made with mint leaves, lemons, sugar, salt, and water and takes only a few minutes to prepare. Spices such as cumin, coriander powder, black pepper, and others can be added to make it more interesting.
5) Kokum juice:
On a hot summer day, sip this healthy drink and feel instantly revitalized from the inside out. Although kokum warms the body, it cools the body when sweet sugar or jaggery is added. It not only fills your hunger but also keeps you from feeling bloated.
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