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10 Non-Alcoholic Summer Drinks To Help You Stay Cool

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10 Non-Alcoholic Summer Drinks To Help You Stay Cool
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Want to quench your thirst with booze-free beverages? Just whip up a batch of these non-alcoholic summer drinks.

Whether you are into fruit smoothies, tomato cocktails or iced coffee, these recipes will help you stay hydrated and feeling refreshed when the sun gets too hot to bear.

Keep these non-alcoholic summer drinks in mind next time you need family-friendly beverages for a summer cookouts. 

10 Refreshing Non-Alcoholic Summer Drinks

Melon-Based Drinks

Few fruits are as hydrating as melons. Stay hydrated with a refreshing watermelon smoothie made with two types of melon, yogurt and fresh mint.

Or go the Latin route and prepare a thirst-quenching watermelon agua fresca with a bit of lime and agave. It's so delicious you'll want to keep it in the fridge all summer long.

Have any ripe cantaloupes hanging around the kitchen? Use them to whip up this easy smoothie flavored with a bit of lime.

Non-Alcoholic Tomato Cocktail

Kick up your next Sunday brunch with a booze-free tomato cocktail. It packs all the flavor of a traditional Bloody Mary without any of the alcohol.

Pretty Punches

This citrus berry punch is perfect for entertaining. Guests will love the combination of berries, black tea, passion fruit juice and tonic water.

Grapefruit juice adds a little zing to this tasty non-alcoholic summer drink. This delicious punch is further enhanced with honey, tonic water and mint.

Coffee-Based Drinks

Coffee lovers will enjoy this creamy sugar-free smoothie made with a surprising ingredient: avocado.

Italians sure know how to beat the heat and this caffé affogato proves it. Brew some espresso and top it with vanilla ice cream for your own homemade version. Is it a dessert or summer beverage? You choose!

Indian Lassis

Treat your tastebuds to a trip to India courtesy of this cardamom-infused mango lassi. It contains yogurt, honey and banana for extra oomph.

Or go the savory route and make a salted lassi with a hint of toasted cumin, a spice proven to have a cooling effect on the body.

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