- Cashew milk
Cashew milk has a very rich, sweet flavor to it and is also very easy to prepare. You just have to toss some soaked cashew nuts into the blender. A cold glass of cashew milk can be a great treat, especially during hot weather. This will go down very well with guests who are a health conscious. You can also add a hint of cinnamon to increase the flavor. Cashew milk also tastes great with a touch of coffee. It would be worthwhile to spend a little time wondering how to make a French coffee before you install one onto your party. After all, coffee is indispensable to any get-together.
- Homemade mojitos
You can serve your guests with a refreshing, minty homemade mojito. Preparing one is very simple too. Just take a little rum in a tall glass. Add some clear sugar syrup, half a lemon juice, a few slices of lemon and a generous amount of crushed mint leaves. Muddle the contents with a long spoon and top it off with ice cubes. For the nondrinkers, you can substitute rum with dilute lemonade.
- Frozen hot chocolates
This can be a huge hit at parties and get-togethers. All you need to do is throw in some espresso powder, cocoa powder and powdered sugar over the hot molten chocolate. Add some milk and ice and mix thoroughly in a blender. The frozen treat is ready to serve. The drink looks and tastes great with marshmallow garnishing. If you want a thicker and creamier consistency, you can just substitute ice cream for milk.
- Flavored lemonade
Lemonade never gets too conventional for get-togethers. This time, you can zing up your lemonade by giving it an entirely new avatar. There are basically four flavors that you can try:
- Strawberry and basil
- Cucumber mint
You can simply crush a few fruits and slice the others before adding them to the lemonade. Leave it aside for a few minutes for the color and flavor get infused. You can serve this drink in clear glass jugs to make it look enticing.
- Whiskey gingers
Ginger and whiskey go very well together. You can surprise your guests with this new recipe for a tantalizing cocktail. The recipe is quite simple. Just add 3 tablespoons of ginger syrup to 2 cups of soda and a little whiskey. Garnish with candied ginger or ginger slices. The drink is ready to serve.