Orange Ginger Mocktail #WhatsCooking

The most processed food I can ever remember being in my grandmother’s house was Tang.  No other packaged foods really made it into her pantry.  Those powdered crystals, however, were the exception.  When we grandchildren were left in charge of preparing it, the resulting drink was not always terribly well mixed.  Today’s version of that Made for the Moon drink is a concentrated liquid, helping you avoid that unsavoury lump at the bottom of the pitcher.  These concentrated drops also work well for creating refreshing summer drinks in a hurry.

Ingredients for Orange Ginger Mocktail

My Orange Ginger Mocktail is a bit of an amped up version of Kraft’s Orange Breeze .  Using ginger beer as well as fresh grated ginger definitely gives this drink some bite.  This should make you more inclined to sip rather than gulp.

Orange Ginger Mocktail

The Orange Ginger Mocktail is so ‘nippy’ that you’ll definitely want to be rimming the glass with sugar and chocking it full of ice.

Orange Ginger Mocktail MBAMamaMusings #WhatsCooking

The Clever folks over at Kraft have created a whole host of quick and easy summer refreshments.  Iced teas, berry smoothies, and watermelon flavoured fizzes – they’ve got ya covered.  Any and all of them can be whipped up in 5 minutes or less – and no lumps at the bottom of the pitcher.

Orange Ginger Mocktail

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Author MBAMama

Ingredients

  • 2 tsp . Tang Orange Liquid Drink Mix
  • Fresh squeezed lime juice from 2 limes
  • 1 tsp . grated gingerroot
  • 3 bottles ginger beer
  • Sugar (for rimming glasses) optional

Instructions

  1. Combine first four ingredients in pitcher
  2. Wipe used limes around the top edge of serving glasses and gently dip in sugar
  3. Fill glasses with ice and serve immediately

 

Disclaimer: I am a member of the KraftHeinz #WhatsCooking crew.  On occasion, I receive product and/or compensation to tell you about delicious products.  All opinions here are my own.

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