Tasty Healthy Sips You Can’t Miss This Season

Do you crave a chilled soda pop after an exhausting sunny day outdoors? Do you rush to your refrigerator for ice-cold water every time you return home from a tiring day at work?  It is very common to feel drained, dehydrated and extremely thirsty in this scorching October heat. Chilled water, soft drinks and canned juices may quench your thirst temporarily, they are known to make you thirstier and also harm your digestion process.

The best solution to stay cool and replenish the lost energy is right there in your kitchen! Here are some quick, cool drinks to make at home from readily available ingredients that will not only refresh you instantly but also protect you from the October heat wave.


1. Rosy Tang


rosy tang



Rose syrup- 2 tablespoons
Kokum syrup - 1 tablespoon
Cumin powder - to taste
Black salt - to taste

Simply mix all the ingredients in a glass of water. Serve immediately at room temperature or slightly chilled.



Rose is best known for its cooling and calming properties. It also aids digestion and is rich in vitamins and antioxidants. The sweet and sour Kokumfruits are rich in Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C, manganese and potassium. This ruby-red rose syrup drink with tangy kokum is packed with nutrition. It hydrates the body naturally and also helps to relieve acidity, body heat issues and indigestion.


2. Sattu Sharbat


sattu sharbat



Sattu flour - 1 tablespoon
Lemon juice - 2 teaspoons
Chopped mint leaves - 3 to 4
Cumin powder - 1/4th teaspoon
Black salt - to taste
Chat masala (optional) - 1 pinch
Honey - to taste

Mix all the ingredients well in a glass of water and serve immediately.



This traditional recipe is a cool refreshing drink to quench your thirst and reduce body heat. Though Sattu is readily available in the market, you can also make it at home by powdering roasted Bengal gram (Chana dal) roasted barley (Yava), or a mixture of both. It is rich in proteins, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium. This instant energy drink can protect you against sunstroke and dehydration. Mint leaves, lemon, cumin seeds and black salt aid digestion.


3. Chatpata Chaas





Curd - 2 tablespoons
Coriander leaves - 3-4 sprigs
Cumin powder - 1/4th teaspoon
Black salt - 1/4th teaspoon
Dry ginger powder - 1 pinch
Chat masala (optional) - to taste


Blend all ingredients together in a blender and then add a glass of water to the mixture. Serve fresh.


Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of freshly prepared buttermilk. Give your buttermilk recipe a twist by adding coriander, cumin, black salt and dry ginger as chaas masala. It is easily digestible and is also recommended for problems of the digestive tract. It is rich in proteins and calcium.

Apart from these, you may also choose coconut water, watermelon juice, lemonade, boiled rice water, or sweet basil seed. seawater as your refreshing drink. Go make your own yummy and healthy homemade drinks and beat October heat like never before! 


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