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Fruit Coolers Recipe: How To Make Natural Fruit Coolers At Home

Posted By: Pooja Gupta
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Summer coolers, as the name suggests, give a nice cooling effect to one during the scorching summer heat. Summers are full of variety of fruits which cool down your body and contain more than 60 % of water.

It is often advised to ditch soda drinks and go for the natural fruit coolers during summers like aam panna, coconut water, etc. Kids would especially love having these summer coolers to beat the heat. These healthy and surprisingly delicious coolers contain all the essential nutrients one would require during the summer time.

However, summer coolers can be prepared at any time of the year in India, as it does not see extremely cold winters. The best thing about these coolers are that they are really healthy and have really eye-catching colours, which would for sure attract the little hungry ones. So, try these summer coolers at home and beat the heat with total energy.

FRUITY SUMMER COOLERS RECIPE | FRUIT COOLERS RECIPE | SUMMER COOLERS RECIPE | NATURAL FRUIT DRINKS RECIPE
Fruity Summer Coolers Recipe | Fruit Coolers Recipe | Summer Coolers Recipe | Natural Fruit Drinks Recipe
Prep Time
5 Mins
Cook Time
3M
Total Time
8 Mins

Recipe By: Natasha Minocha

Recipe Type: Beverages

Serves: 1

Ingredients
  • Watermelon (diced) - ½ cup

    Jamun (diced) - ½ cup

    Peach (diced) - ½ cup

    Mango (diced) - ½ cup

    Coconut water - 2 cups

    Basil leaves - 8-10

    Kala namak/black salt - ½ tsp

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How to Prepare
  • Watermelon cooler

    1. Blend together half cup of watermelon, ¼th tsp of black salt, and half cup of coconut water with lots of ice.

    2. Pour in an individual serving glass and serve chilled.

    3. You can garnish the same with basil or mint leaves.

    Jamun cooler

    1. Blend together half cup of jamun, ¼th tsp of black salt, and half cup of coconut water with lots of ice.

    2. Pour in an individual serving glass and serve chilled.

    3. You can garnish the same with basil or mint leaves.

    Peach cooler

    1. Blend together half cup of peach, 4-5 basil leaves, and half cup of coconut water with lots of ice.

    2. Pour in an individual serving glass and serve chilled.

    3. You can garnish the same with basil/mint leaves or a slice of peach.

    Mango cooler

    1. Blend together half cup of mango, 4-5 basil leaves, and half cup of coconut water with lots of ice.

    2. Pour in an individual serving glass and serve chilled.

    3. You can garnish the same with basil/mint leaves or a small slice of mango.

Instructions
  • 1. These quantities are good for 1 large serving for each cooler.
  • 2. Please adjust the liquid/fruit ratio according to the consistency you prefer.
  • 3. You can add any sweetener of your choice if you wish.
Nutritional Information
  • Serving size - 1 serving
  • Calories - 186 cal
  • Fat - 1 g
  • Protein - 1 g
  • Carbohydrates - 46 g
  • Sugar - 3.1 g
  • Fibre - 5.7 g
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Story first published: Monday, October 23, 2017, 17:07 [IST]
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