This Ramadan beat the heat with refreshing drinks
The summer heat is becoming unbearable by the day and along this scorching weather you have fast to through a long day. You can take measures to beat it, all you need to select the refreshing drinks for your Iftar table. Though water intake is the best option to stay hydrated, there are times when you crave for a flavorsome treat. And for all such cases, make homemade drinks that not only taste great but will also keep you well hydrated.
Long hours of exposure to the sun will certainly leave you dehydrated. And the best way to deal with that is by having a chilled glass of lemonade. Get a glass of cold water, squeeze a lemon in it, add a teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of salt, stir. And your defense against heatstroke is ready.
Scrumptious red watermelon contains the nice amount of water, so on a hot sunny day it should be a must on your flavorsome drink list. One large glass of watermelon juice in iftar will help to keep you hydrated this summer season.
Tonic water is a good choice to have during Ramadan as it contains the essence of fruits. A chilled glass of tonic water will definitely uplift your energy dips. Take plain water in a jar, put your favorite fruit in slices like citrus fruit, lychee or the mint leaves and put a lid on it. Keep it in refrigerator for 42 hours then consume it by adding sugar and ice according to your taste.
Strawberry smoothie is another healthy drink of Ramadan. It is full of healthy vitamins and nutrients and is one of the best drinks to quench your thirst and save energy.
It’s really not Ramadan in the Middle East unless the smell of the Tamarind fruit is filling up the place. I hope your drinks will fight against heat and you r Ramadan is doing to be a good one.