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When cranberry and lime juice get together, the result is thirst-quenching. Add ice and you’ve got a party in a glass. —Michael Passow, Poughkeepsie, New York
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Watermelon-Strawberry Cooler

Watermelon-Strawberry Cooler

Watermelon-Strawberry Cooler

My family gulps this frosty cooler because we love, love, love watermelon. The strawberries give it an extra pop. This is a perfect drink for Texas heat. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas

Agua de Jamaica

Agua de Jamaica

Agua de Jamaica

This is an iced tea made from hibiscus, tart and deep red like cranberry juice. Add rum if you like. —Adan Franco, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Cranberry Limeade

Cranberry Limeade

Cranberry Limeade

When cranberry and lime juice get together, the result is thirst-quenching. Add ice and you’ve got a party in a glass. —Michael Passow, Poughkeepsie, New York

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Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider

Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider

Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider

Spiced with cinnamon sticks, allspice and caramel, this warm-you-up sipper will chase away winter's chill. Serve brimming mugs alongside a platter of festive cookies at your next holiday gathering. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Ginger Cardamom Tea

Ginger Cardamom Tea

Ginger Cardamom Tea

When the weather starts to turn cold, I like to add something warm and spicy to my tea, like ginger and cardamom. A big thermos of this is just the thing for a long afternoon of raking leaves. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Cranberry Cooler

Cranberry Cooler

Cranberry Cooler

I am a retired assistant luncheon manager for an elementary school. In addition to serving lunches, we were often called upon to serve refreshments for school meetings and other occasions. Everyone always enjoyed this cranberry punch. -Carolyn Griffin, Macon, Georgia
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Mulled Holiday Drink

Mulled Holiday Drink

Mulled Holiday Drink

The beverage's burgundy color and tart taste are terrific for winter. —Richell Welch, Buffalo, Texas

Strawberry Banana Blast

Strawberry Banana Blast

Strawberry Banana Blast

This thick and creamy smoothie was created for the strawberry lover, but the banana flavor comes through nicely. It's refreshing without being too sweet and makes a fruity mid-morning snack. —Colleen Belbey, Warwick, Rhode Island

Fresh Strawberry Smoothies

Fresh Strawberry Smoothies

Fresh Strawberry Smoothies

A tantalizing combination of strawberries and orange juice, this smoothie gets its shake-like texture from low-fat buttermilk. “The recipe also works well with other fresh berries,“ says Helene Rock of Los Altos, California.

Banana Nog

Banana Nog

Banana Nog

During my family's annual cookie exchange, we ran out of our beloved eggnog...much to everyone's horror! So into the kitchen I went to create this cool, creamy treat. —Jennae LeFebvre, Aurora, Illinois

Creamy Lemon Milk Shakes

Creamy Lemon Milk Shakes

Creamy Lemon Milk Shakes

Several different recipes inspired the combination of ingredients I use in these shakes, and I'm glad they did! They're so refreshing. —Carol Gillespie, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Rosy Fruit Punch

Rosy Fruit Punch

Rosy Fruit Punch

This recipe goes a long way to satisfy the thirst of your guests. All the flavors of the holiday season are in this colorful and refreshing punch. -Joyce Brown, Genesee, Idaho

Spicy Mint Tea

Spicy Mint Tea

Spicy Mint Tea

In the old days, a steaming cup of mint tea was said to dispel headaches, heartburn and indigestion. I don't know about that, but I do know that this tea refreshes me every time.—Ione Banks, Jefferson, Oregon



Easy Espresso

Easy Espresso

Easy Espresso

Capture the classic taste of espresso without the hassle of expensive brewing equipment! For best flavor, serve espresso immediately. Pour leftover espresso in ice cube trays and freeze to use later in cold drinks.—:Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Strawberry Yogurt Smoothies

Strawberry Yogurt Smoothies

Strawberry Yogurt Smoothies

Sun-ripened strawberries are all the fruit you'll want in this basic-but-tasty beverage from Diana Leskauskas of Chatham, New Jersey. If you use fresh berries, she suggests setting aside a few to garnish glassful of the pretty pink drink.

Fresh Lemonade Syrup

Fresh Lemonade Syrup

Fresh Lemonade Syrup

"This is a refreshing summer drink to enjoy on those lazy dog days of summer," reports Kathy Kittell from her home in Lenexa, Kansas. With the simple syrup in the fridge, it's a breeze to stir up this thirst-quenching beverage by the glass or pitcher.

Mulled Grape Cider

Mulled Grape Cider

Mulled Grape Cider

I came up with this recipe one year when I attempted to make grape jelly and ended up with 30 jars of delicious grape syrup instead. I then simmered the syrup with spices to make this beverage. —Sharon Harmon, Orange, Massachusetts
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