Summer Cooler – Plum Orange Mint Spritzer

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I buy a lot of different kinds of fruits and then start fumbling on what to do with them. As I told earlier, I have fussy eaters in my family. Fruits are one of the kinds which are happily avoided after a lot of logically debated arguments. Mr. Pie is the one who always love to avoid fruits. I try to convince the little sweethearts and keep them educating the benefits of fruit intake. Not always convinced but Miss Picky Pie after a gruelling nagging session consumes what is served to her plate. Miss Muddly Pie is too little to show a disapproval. What I always try, is to incorporate the fruits in such a way that can be happily devoured by my clan. I am not a kind of a person who introduces a lot of fruits in the desserts (Also read – if I do so that is definitely going to be trashed by the rest of the Pie family). Rather I love adding them in my savoury dishes mainly in the fish or chicken dishes. Say it Plum or apricot or peach, it marriages perfectly with a Chinese style chicken or fish dish. 

This time, I experimented the summer fruits with a quencher. And I am happy to announce that Mr. Pie and Miss. Picky Pie drank the last drop of the drink. Though I was not very happy to add the carbonated drink. I trickily lesser the amount of the Sprite in Miss Picky Pie’s glass replacing it with water. Enjoy it and let me know how much you loved it.

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Summer Cooler – Plum Orange Mint Spritzer
Print Recipe
    Servings Prep Time
    2 - 3 15 Minutes
    Passive Time
    15 Minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    2 - 3 15 Minutes
    Passive Time
    15 Minutes
    Summer Cooler – Plum Orange Mint Spritzer
    Print Recipe
      Servings Prep Time
      2 - 3 15 Minutes
      Passive Time
      15 Minutes
      Servings Prep Time
      2 - 3 15 Minutes
      Passive Time
      15 Minutes
      Ingredients
      Servings:
      Instructions
      1. Slice the plums then press a little in the Morter with a pestle so that the juice of the Plums comes out a bit.
      2. Take Glasses/ Mason Jars after your choice. Add the Plum along with its juice. Pour the the Orange juice filling half of the glass. Then fill the rest with the Sprite/ 7 Up/ Soda/ Crush the mint leaves with your hand and add to it. Add a pinch of salt. Chill it and enjoy.
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      1. I love your blogging. So funny (Mr pie and Miss picky pie!). And I love the colour of the spritzer – I will definetely have to knock one of these up on a hot day

        1. Dear Magan,

          Thank you so much for dropping by. I feel funny too when I mention them by these names. But it helps me to develop the sorties around them. 🙂

          Keep in Touch.

          Mrs. Chocoberry

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      Summer Cooler – Plum Orange Mint Spritzer
      Print Recipe
        Servings Prep Time
        2 - 3 15 Minutes
        Passive Time
        15 Minutes
        Servings Prep Time
        2 - 3 15 Minutes
        Passive Time
        15 Minutes
        Summer Cooler – Plum Orange Mint Spritzer
        Print Recipe
          Servings Prep Time
          2 - 3 15 Minutes
          Passive Time
          15 Minutes
          Servings Prep Time
          2 - 3 15 Minutes
          Passive Time
          15 Minutes
          Ingredients
          Servings:
          Instructions
          1. Slice the plums then press a little in the Morter with a pestle so that the juice of the Plums comes out a bit.
          2. Take Glasses/ Mason Jars after your choice. Add the Plum along with its juice. Pour the the Orange juice filling half of the glass. Then fill the rest with the Sprite/ 7 Up/ Soda/ Crush the mint leaves with your hand and add to it. Add a pinch of salt. Chill it and enjoy.
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