Kiwi Cooler

4.50 from 2 votes

Try this refreshing 15 minutes Kiwi Cooler which will surely give you an instant relief from scorching heat in summers. Here is how to make it.

Here are a few more beverage recipes that are perfect for summers – Passion Fruit Iced Tea, Jaljeera, Mango Iced Tea, Aam Panna, Mango Strawberry Sunrise, Kiwi Soda, Fuljar Soda, Iced Mango Green Tea, Mango Iced Tea and Masala Soda.

Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer cooler with a slight tang and flavour from fresh Kiwi Fruit, lemon and mint leaves. Make it this summers.
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About This Recipe

Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer beverage prepared with kiwi, lemon juice, sugar syrup, mint leaves and soda. The sugar syrup perfectly balances the tanginess from kiwi and lemon juice.

Sip on this easy and quick light green coloured cooler on a hot summer day or make a big pitcher for your summer soirees, weekend brunch or barbecues. Double or triple the recipe for a bigger crowd.

Ingredients

Kiwi – Choose ripe and juicy kiwi to make this cooler. Press them a little, if it presses gently it is ripe enough to use in the recipe.

Avoid the ones that are extra soft, as they are overripe and will not add that tangy taste required in the cooler.

Lemon – Use freshly squeezed lemon juice for a refreshing taste.

Mint Leaves – Adds a refreshing flavour, so do not skip it. You can even use fresh basil leaves instead.

Sugar syrup – Adjust according to your taste.

Soda water – Us unflavoured un sweetened soda for this drink. You can also add honey (not vegan) instead as a healthy alternative.

Ice cubes – Optional but add in to give you instant relief from the scorching heat.

Kiwi Health Benefits

Kiwi is full of Vitamin C, even more than we could obtain from oranges. This cooler is even good for senior citizens as it helps in fighting deficiency of vitamins.

Kiwi is one such fruit that helps in cleansing the intestinal track and remove toxins. It is also considered great for digestion and helps with other stomach related issues.

Additionally, it boosts immunity, regulates blood pressure and it is even good for our skin. It also promotes eye health.

As it is rich in anti oxidant properties, it is said to prevent certain types of cancers and also limits the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

It is a great fruit to treat asthama as well.

Storing Suggestions

It takes only 10 minutes to get this Kiwi cooler ready so make it fresh! You can prepare the sugar syrup beforehand and store, so that it comes in handy while making this beverage.

Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer cooler with a slight tang and flavour from fresh Kiwi Fruit, lemon and mint leaves. Make it this summers.
4.50 from 2 votes

Kiwi Cooler

Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer cooler with a slight tang and flavour from fresh Kiwi Fruit, lemon and mint leaves. Make it this summers.
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 10 minutes
Servings: 2

Ingredients 

  • 2 Kiwi fruit
  • 3-4 Lemon slices
  • 2 tablespoon Lemon juice
  • 5-6 Mint leaves
  • 2 tablespoon Sugar syrup
  • 500 ml Soda water
  • Ice cubes
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Instructions 

  • Add kiwi fruit, lemon wedges and mint leaves in a mortar and muddle them to release the flavours.
  • Divide this mixture in 2-3 glasses.
  • Add sugar syrup in all the glasses equally and top with soda water.
  • Garnish with lemon slices, kiwi slices and mint leaves.
  • Add ice cubes and serve immediately.

Nutrition

Calories: 114kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 1g, Sodium: 67mg, Potassium: 283mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 23g, Vitamin A: 185IU, Vitamin C: 91mg, Calcium: 50mg, Iron: 1.1mg
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  1. Wow, does this sound delicious. Kiwi is some of my favourite fruit, and as a child my Mother always gave them to me to sooth my mouth when it was sore. It’s a shame that in England, it’s hard to find kiwi that isn’t overripe and squidgy. Maybe this is the solution and use for my squishy kiwis!