Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Sparkling Strawberry Float


If all the menu for the Birthday Party was fun then this mocktail was super fun, said my family. What you need is...

Ingredients

1.5 litres Sprite or any colorless sweet soda
1 cup Strawberry crush
1/2 litre pack of Vanilla icecream

Take 6 large glasses. Divide equally the strawberry crush into the 6 glasses. Slant the glass and pour in the Sprite slowly, to about less than 3/4 level of the glass. Finally lightly drop a blob of icecream on top. The icecream will float atop. 

Insert a bent straw into the drink. Pass around the drinks. Inform the party that it is a sparkling drink so they must not stir vigorously or else they may be showered by a bubbling fountain.

As you stir and sip the icecream forms a cloud over the liquid. The color is a lovely electric pink with a baby pink couldy float. 

Enjoy the drink and that brings us to the end of the Birthday party menu. Hope you enjoyed following this series as much as I did posting it! Before you go away let me tell you there is another interesting theme that is coming up. So see you again after the 20th.

17 comments:

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    1. If only virtually that was possible:) my nephew wld play this game when he was small, he would say he is sending me some yummy stuff over phone and I'd pretend saying it was yummy !

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  2. A fitting end to the menu. It looks amazing. And I love to have the fizzy soda in a drink. And of course the ice-cream

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    1. Radha I was busy refilling everyone's empty plates so I began with the drink and ate very less, so you know what not to do at a party ;)

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  3. what are you doing Anjali...such good recipes one after another. will do this for my sonny boys after school drink. looks really really good and very pretty.

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    1. Sayantani see I got you moving! Enjoy it with your sonny.

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  4. I love floats and never tried a strawberry one before even though I am so fond of strawberries. This looks so refreshing!

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    1. Go try now! It's a drink as sweet as we Indians like.

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  5. Since we have lovely local strawberries, I am going to make this with my own 'crush'! Making fruit purees and using them in drinks has become a favorite of late. Thanks for this idea.

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    1. Come winter that's my plan too. Will crush the strawberries and freeze. Yeah I'm hooked too, plus Mumbai weather demands thirst quenchers, in Blr we drank more hot drinks than coolers.

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  6. Fantastic and super refreshing float.

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  7. This one is gonna be on Eeshu's bday party next year :) thanks soo much.. i can imagine the kids loving it :D

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    1. Yes! It will be a hit I bet! How is he doing? Masti chaloo ho gayi hogi...

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  8. I shall make this for the next kitty lunch, i can already imagine the praises that shall come my way, thanks to you ;)

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    1. My pleasure, enjoy the adulation and the fun drink.

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  9. Its looking Icy and tasty, Is this good for health ?

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    1. Obviously not for anyone asking that! It is meant for rare indulgence, due to the sugar, the fizz and the icecream. Try it at your risk!

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