Fruit Beverages

Susan Feliciano


Eating clean for the New Year? Include drinking clean, too!
The Fruits & Veggies - More Matters website has wonderful ideas for adding fruit to your holiday parties. Whip up some of these beverages for Super Bowl Sunday!

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10 Min
No-Cook or Other


hot chocolate mix
bananas, raspberries, orange slices, etc.
fruit juices, lemonade, berries
pineapple-grapefruit juice, orange juice, peach nectar

How to Make Fruit Beverages


  • 1Fruit-Infused Hot Chocolate. Win over kids of all ages by adding fruit to hot chocolate. Quickly blend a banana, raspberries, orange zest or whatever fruit floats your boat into the hot chocolate using a blender and everyone will rave about the final product.
  • 2Lighten Your Spirits. Ease up on how many calories you might be drinking by only using a small amount of alcohol and adding fruit juice and carbonated water to your next after hours beverage.
  • 3Fruity Ice Cubes. Freeze orange juice or lemonade in ice cube trays, dropping a couple of berries into each cube. Use to chill fruity drinks.
  • 4Citrus Punch. Make yummy citrus punch to share at your next get together. A blend of orange, pineapple, and grapefruit juices, blended with a little peach nectar makes a luscious punch. Add orange slices and fruity ice cubes (above) to add a little more holiday charm.

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About Fruit Beverages

Course/Dish: Punches, Cocktails, Other Drinks
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian, Dairy Free
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy