Raspberry Pink Lemonade

This quick and easy raspberry pink lemonade is the perfect if you want to offer something a little different at your celebration. If you’re worried about the sugar content of soft drink, replace¬†the lemonade with soda water and sweeten to taste with a little caster sugar or stevia. Try replacing the 100s and 1000s with custom sprinkle mixes in colours that match your party theme, or coloured sanding sugar. We love this raspberry pink lemonade for sweet sixteens, fairy parties, and princess parties like this Princess Postcard Party!

Raspberry Pink Lemonade

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50g melted white chocolate*
50g 100s & 1000s*
750ml lemonade
200g frozen raspberries[/column]

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In a heat proof bowl, melt the white chocolate in a microwave set to low power, for 30 seconds. Stir, then repeat for 10 second intervals until the chocolate is melted and smooth.

Pour the melted chocolate onto a plate or into a dish that is wide enough to fit the rim of your glasses. Pour the 100s & 1000s on to a separate plate, or piece of baking paper if you’d like to re-use them later. The baking paper will make it super easy to put the 100s & 1000s back into the container.

Making sure your glass is clean and dry, dip the rim of the glass into the melted chocolate. Immediately dip the chocolate dipped glass into the 100s & 1000s. This is a fun way to dress up drinks for children, so don’t be afraid to load up your glasses (or plastic cups) with a good amount of chocolate and sprinkles.

Allow your frozen raspberries to defrost in a small jug. Once thawed, use a small hand held blender to procee the berries into a pulp. Push the raspberry pulp through a fine sieve using the back of a metal spoon to remove any seeds.

In a jug large enough to hold one litre, add your lemonade and sieved pulp. Stir well and allow to sit in the fridge for 20 minutes before serving![/column]
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