Refreshing Mint Lemonade At Home To Break Your Fast With

There is nothing better than having a refreshing lemonade for Iftar with a lot of healthy ingredients like mint and lemon.

With the scorching hot weather during Ramadan having a refreshing drink to break your fast with is a blessing in disguise.

Refreshing with a whole lot of Vitamin C and mint is the perfect drink to break your fast with this Ramadan every day. And on top of it all, it will taste delicious and is super easy to make.

Here is what you will need for the refreshing mint lemonade

1. 4 cups sugar, divided by 4 cups of cold water
2. 4 cup lime/lemon juice
3. 1 handful of mint leaves (organic if possible)
4. a quarter teaspoon of salt
5. a quarter teaspoon of pepper
6. To cool, use ice

Instructions to make the most refreshing lemonade

Step 1: Blend all of the ingredients for 1 minute with 1 cup of water in a blender.

Step 2: Make sure the mint is evenly distributed.

Step 3: Mix with the remaining water thoroughly.

Step 4: Using a strainer, filter the liquid to eliminate any larger mint particles. This step, however, is optional. (Mint will build a cloud on the drink if you don’t filter the juice.) Although it appears appealing, the beverage is not seamless.)

Step 5: Serve cooled after adding ice.

Nutrition Information for 1 glass of the super refreshing mint lemonade for the health-conscious readers

1. 149 calories,

2. 39 grammes of carbohydrates,

3. 1 gramme of protein,

4. 1 gramme of fat,

5. 1 gramme of saturated fat,

6. 73 milligrammes of sodium,

7. 20 milligrammes of potassium,

8. 1 gramme of fibre,

9. 38 milligrammes of sugar

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