This formula for strawberry mango agua fresca is a light and invigorating natural product drink that solitary takes 15 minutes to make, it's the ideal method to chill on a hot day! An interesting beverage that is incredible for a gathering or any mid year gathering!

It is HOT here in California. So far this late spring has been a lot hotter than a year ago. We have been investing a ton of energy outside – in our yard, at the recreation center, at the nearby sprinkle cushion and we have a sea shore trip coming up this end of the week. Here and there I feel like my children aren't sufficiently hydrated, and I've been chipping away at ensuring that they get enough to drink. Today I'm sharing a formula that my children can't get enough of, a strawberry mango agua fresca. It's light, reviving and will keep you hydrated throughout the entire summer!

On the off chance that you haven't attempted agua fresca previously, it's where new organic product is mixed with water and sugar to make a delightful and invigorating treat. At the point when I was more youthful my folks would take me to this Mexican eatery close by where they generally ran a unique burrito and drink combo feast. They would have mammoth containers of hand crafted agua fresca and the flavors changed constantly – I would get my burrito and pick my kind of agua fresca.



For the drink

  • 1 20 ounce bottle of tropical citrus vitaminwater
  • 1 cup strawberries , cut into quarters
  • 1 cup diced mango
  • 1 tablespoon honey (or more to taste)
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice (or more to taste)
  • Strawberries , mango slices, mint springs, lime wedges and coarse sugar for garnish (optional)

For the ice cubes

  • 3/4 cup tropical citrus vitaminwater
  • 12 small mint leaves
  • 12 small pieces of strawberry

For the drink:

  1. Combine the vitaminwater, strawberries, mango, lime juice and honey in the blender. Blend until completely smooth. Taste and add more lime juice or honey if needed. Pour the drink through a a strainer, discard fruit pulp. Add vitaminwater ice cubes. Decorate the glasses with the fruit, lime wedges and mint springs. To create a sugar rim on your classes, dip the tops of the glasses in water and then into a bowl of sugar.
For the ice cubes:
  1. Pour 1 tablespoon of vitaminwater into each well of a 12-count ice cube tray. Add a piece of strawberry and mint leaf to each one. Freeze until solid.

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