Friday Night Mocktails

It’s friday night and I am done with all my work for the day.  Derek just got home too (yay!).  It is a BEAUTIFUL summer evening.  We have nothing planned tonight other than sitting in our backyard and catching up.

Aaaahh I love long and slow summer evenings!

To complete the picture, I decided to make a refreshing mocktail to sip on until the mosquitoes come out (or the little family of racoons that live in our big tree)

I totally just went through my fridge and realized that I have some nice ingredients for my celebratory friday-night-yay-it’s-still-summer-drink.

Carbonated Spring Water (Sodium Free no less, hehe!)

Frozen pieces of mango (left over from the fish tacos)

A couple of cute key limes (on their last legs)

Fresh ginger (chop up fine before putting into the drink)

And there you have a nice and refreshing little drink!

So if your week has been hectic and you are feeling squashed and depleted like the poor little key lime below, make yourself a little mocktail and kick up your feet.  If anyone’s looking for me, I will be out on the deck…

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  • Coleen
    August 22, 2016

    Hi Nienke, slim idee om mango te vries. Gaan dit gerus doen sodra dit hier in die winkels is. En ook die drankie probeer.

  • Kirsten
    August 23, 2016

    You are so creative! I love the sounds of this mocktail!

  • Kristin
    August 24, 2016

    Fantastic looking mocktail! I need to try this one 🙂

  • Sana
    August 24, 2016

    Anddd I can’t spell my own name. Story of my life.

  • Morgan
    August 25, 2016

    you are SO fancy 🙂

  • San
    August 25, 2016

    Raccoons?!!?!?!? Yikes. I am always looking for a refreshing drink after all this heat 🙂 I love your pictures in this post. So artistic!

    August 26, 2016

    Hi Nienks. Love hierdie drankie. Dit word nou warmer hier so ek kan dit vir ons maak vir na werk. Hou van jou kaalkop ondersetter.
    lovies jackie

  • Heather
    August 29, 2016

    yummmmmmmmmmmm…i’ll take 25 please 🙂 you can drink more with no alcohol, right? 🙂