Fruit Drinks

Regardless of whether you are looking for a way to heat up or cool down, we've put together a stunning selection of fruit drinks that has something to offer everyone no matter the season. We've included a wide variety of fruits, such as strawberries, lemons, watermelon, mangoes, raspberries, cranberries, blueberries, apples, peaches, pineapples, and pomegranates, to satisfy most palates. We've also included our top nonalcoholic and alcoholic recipes for wine, margaritas, tea, cider, milk shakes, wassail, fruit-flavor water, slush, punch, fresca, quencher, plus many more options. And just to ensure sweet success is on your side, the experts at Better Homes and Gardens have provided easy-to-follow how-tos for making our most popular fruity drinks such as lemonade, party punch, smoothies, berrytini, and a Minted Arnold Palmer. So whatever the meal, gathering, or holiday, you can find the beverage choice that's the perfect fit for both you and your party guests.

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Smoky Lavender-Rosemary Lemonade
Charring lemons to make lemonade is the game-changing method you never knew you needed. Paired with lavender and rosemary, this fresh lemonade is a summer sipper you'll make on repeat.
Pumpkin Chai Smoothies
In just 10 minutes, you can make two delicious pumpkin smoothies that taste good enough to come from a fancy café.
Stars and Stripes Ice Cubes
To make the saturated red star cubes, use a food processor to blitz freeze-dried raspberries to a powder, mix into water, and freeze in silicone star trays.
Peach Aperol Punch
Add some sweetness to your drink menu with this refreshing cocktail featuring peaches, lemon juice, and basil.
Big-Batch Rosemary Lemonade
The addition of rosemary, club soda, and a simple syrup infused with almond extract makes for an unforgettable lemonade recipe.
Cantaloupe-Peach Agua Fresca
Serve this agua fresca recipe over frozen, cubed melon to avoid dilution caused by melting ice cubes.
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More Fruit Drinks

Watermelon-Berry-Basil Blend
Two red-hued fruits combine to make a pretty drink recipe you'll make on repeat all summer. The straining step eliminates pesky seeds from the drink.
Strawberry-Mint Lemonade
The secret to this sangria-inspired (nonalcoholic) sipper is a mint- and berry-infused simple syrup with lots of fresh fruit and mint to finish.
Spiced Sweet Potato and Coconut Smoothies

Bone up! Sweet potatoes contain skeleton-strengthening nutrients such as potassium and magnesium, while yogurt and milk crank up the vitamin D in this fall-flavored smoothie recipe.