7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

Ramadan seems to have hit us in one of the hottest months of the year! This predicament called for a bit of innovation in the kitchen, because Ramadan and summers call out for a need for some instant refreshment! Hence, we gathered a bunch of foodies (on the popular Facebook Group ‘Foodies R Us’)and put our heads together and came up with some delicious drinks that not only taste good, but will also help you remain refreshed throughout the day.

Intrigued? Read on!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

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1. 7Up’s Falsa Fizz

One of the most refreshing gifts summer gives us is Falsay, and 7Up has found a great way to integrate this yummy summer fruit in their refreshing drink, coming up with a yummy mocktail that cools you to the core! Take a look at the how-to video below:

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

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2. Amera Khan’s Cherry-Vanilla Soother

If you feel like your throat has completely dried up after a long day of fasting and needs a cold concoction to get it back in working order, this one’s DEFINITELY for you. The moment you take a sip of this yummy, creamy drink you’ll definitely find yourself on the cloud nine of refreshment!

What you’ll need:

  • Cherries,
  •  Vanilla Ice cream
  •  7Up
  • Mint leaves and lemon balm for garnishing.

How to make it:

Blend a scoop of ice cream and cherries in a blender. Serve with cherries in a tall glass, topped up with 7up and a floating scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top.

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

3. Hira Saqib’s 7Up Chiller

There’s no better way to get rehydrated than with 7Up, but if you’re looking to mix it with a bit of nature’s goodness, try adding milk. That’s what Hira Saqib did in this innovative yummy recipe. Try it out!

What you’ll need:

  • Milk
  • 7Up
  • Crushed Ice

How to make it:

Mix all ingredients together and serve chilled!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

4. Huma Kamran’s Electric Blue

If you feel like giving your tummy and eyes a treat this iftar, this is simply the drink for you. Feast your eyes on this!

What you’ll need:

  • 7Up
  • Salt
  • Sugar syrup
  • Food color
  • Lemon drops

How to make it:

Combine ingredients in a pitcher. Taste and adjust lemon drops as needed. Serve cold but try not to add ice.

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

That deep blue though!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

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6. Jiyah Banuri’s 7Up Pineapple Lime Cooler

If you’re not a fan of the tangy lime concoctions above, have no fear because this sweet, yum thang is all for you!

What you’ll need:

  • 2 slices pineapple
  • Ice cubes
  • 
Lime juice 2 teaspoon
  • 7Up

How to make it:

Blend everything except the 7Up together and pour into glasses. Add chilled 7Up and enjoy!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

7. Madi Arshed’s 7Up Ocean Cocktail

Longing for that cool summer breeze by the ocean? Madi Arshed’s amazing drink will remind you of the good old evenings spent lounging on the beach, for sure!

What you’ll need:

  • 7up
  • Lemon
  • Food color (blue)
  • Pineapple tang
  • Basil seeds

How to make it:

Combine all ingredients together and serve chilled!

7 Refreshing Ramadan Drinks That You Can Whip Up For Iftar!

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