Raspberry Mint Cooler

Raspberry Mint Cooler

"'This beverage is lovely in the summer when mint and raspberries are fresh,' reveals Patricia Kile of Greentown, Pennsylvania. 'A garnish of mint leaves and raspberries is pretty.'"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 14 servings

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  1. In a large saucepan, bring water, mint and sugar to a boil. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Remove from the heat; let stand for 5 minutes. Add the raspberries and the lemonade concentrate; gently mash raspberries.
  2. Line a strainer with four layers of cheesecloth; place over a 1-gal. container. Slowly pour raspberry mixture into strainer' discard pulp and mint. Add cold water to the raspberry juice; stir well. Serve over ice.


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I made this exactly the way the recipe says to make it. It is wonderful! The mint makes my mouth tingle, and the raspberry offers a fresh, sweet taste. I made this for my mom, and it has quic...

very nice treat. i used mixed berries for the fruit. next time i will thaw them beforehand a bit in order to help during mashing, though. i used about a cup less water to make it more fruity and...

It was a huge hit at a dinner party! It was a little sweeter than I normally like, but everyone else LOVED it. They keep asking me to make it at every dinner party I go to. Thanks for the recipe!

Loved this recipe. I used strawberries instead and still turned out good. Another time I used limenade instead it was a litte sour but my friend added gin and it was a total success.

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