After-School Fruit Drinks

These yummy drinks taste like a treat and fill &em up, too.
By Erica Clark
Oct 19, 2015



Oct 19, 2015

Watermelon Slushy
(makes two 6- to 8-oz drinks)
Puree 2 cups cubed watermelon, 1 cup crushed ice, 1 Tbsp lime juice, and 1 to 2 tsp sugar (depending on the sweetness of the watermelon) in a blender until smooth.

Seltzer Float
(makes 1 drink)
Drop a scoop of peach sorbet into a glass of orange-flavored seltzer water. Mix and match your kids' favorite flavors!

Blueberry Lassi
(makes two 8- to 10-oz drinks)
Puree 1 cup each plain yogurt and frozen blueberries, ½ cup milk, and 2 Tbsp honey in a blender until smooth. If you like, garnish with sliced mango or another fruit of your choice.

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