Thursday, June 23, 2016

Kid Sangria


Kid Sangria is simple drink that your little ones can put together. My kiddo prepared it for fathers day:) Mix the juices and add in the chopped fruits..voila a delicious drink is ready:)






Few days before Father's day, we were in the library. While I was browsing through some International cuisine cook books, my 9 year old came and picked a kid's cookbook by Laurie Goldrich Wolf. He said that he would like to prepare something for his dad all by himself with out much help from me. So, he put together a list of items needed and we went grocery shopping. On Father's day, he put together this drink perfectly and we all enjoyed it a lot:) I was so proud of him:)






INGREDIENTS:
Note: All measurements are based on the US measuring cup and spoon sizes where 1 cup = 235 ml
  • Orange Juice : 3 cups
  • White grape juice: 1 cup
  • Pineapple juice : 1 cup
  • Pink Lemonade : 1 cup
  • Strawberries (washed and thinly sliced)  : 8
  • Peach (washed, seed removed and cut into 4 parts) : 1
PROCEDURE:
  • Add the chopped fruits to a large pitcher.
  • Add in all the juices, some ice cubes and give a good mix.
  • Serve chilled.
Note: If the kids are too young, you can give them a plastic knife to cut the fruits.


CHEERS!!!

13 comments:

  1. Oh nice.. Sangria looks so colorful and refreshing!

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  2. Shubha such an adorable post dear. Simply can't get enough of it. When I am feeling so overwhelmed with emotions just by seeing these pictures, I can well imagine how totally swept away you must have been from satisfaction, happiness and pride. The drink looks totally cool and oh so delicious. Please tell Aditya that he did a brilliant job. I am totally amazed how perfectly he has cut the strawberries. God bless you little guy. A post which I will remember for a long long time. Much beyond than just loved it. Totally adored it.

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    1. Thanks a ton dear:) Aditya says "Thank you" :)

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  3. Sometimes it good to see kids are preparing something for parents.. He has made it more colorful...

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  4. Looks so refreshing & colorful post..Hats off to junior chef, Such a beautiful post Shubha :)

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  5. Woow!!! Indeed a delicious drink!!!! So refreshing too..Love the way he is preparing :) Lovely !!!

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  6. How sweet of him...What better gift can a dad get on Father's day...Awesome post dear....Aditya did a splendid job..a bear hug from me...Looks superb...great job!!

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  7. What a great idea to make kid sangria! Can I have one glass?

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  8. Simply irresistible to quench the thirst. I am loving it so much.

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  9. How adorable he looks and soo focused!! so well done to proud mum and busy little kiddo :)
    loved the concept of the drink, looks amazingly refreshing and delicious. Loved the post totally!

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