This homemade Raspberry Party Drink Recipe is a great choice for a drink with fresh raspberries, watermelon and grapefruit.
You can use fresh OR frozen raspberries for this recipe.
Such a yummy homemade fruit drink ... it will keep your guests coming back for more!
1 cinnamon stick
1 cup water
1/4 cup caster (superfine) sugar
4 pink grapefruits
2 cups fresh or frozen red raspberries
wedge of watermelon
In a small pan heat the water and the caster sugar with the cinnamon stick until the sugar dissolves.
Bring above mixture to a boil, and boil for 1 minute, (stir to avoid sticking and burning), then remove from heat and allow syrup to cool.
Peel the grapefruits and cut the flesh into pieces small enough to fit through a juicer funnel.
Juice the grapefruits and raspberries and pour into a small glass pitcher or jug.
Remove the cinnamon from the syrup and add the syrup to the grapefruit and the raspberry juice in the pitcher.
Carefully slice the watermelon into long, thin wedges and place in eight tall glasses.
Half-fill the glasses with the crushed ice, and pour the fruit juice over the ice.
Serve immediately with napkins to allow your guests to eat the refreshing watermelon wedges.
Fun Tip: Frost the rims of the glasses by brushing them with lemon juice and then dipping them in sugar.
Let the rims dry until ready to serve.
You can also use "salt" instead of the sugar.
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