Who doesn’t love a lazy day spent sitting in the shade on the porch? Picture an afternoon with nowhere to go and nothing to do. I would love nothing more than sitting in my backyard with a book in one hand an a cold drink in the other. How about you?
With summer’s soaring temperatures and long days, there are many opportunities to sit back, relax and enjoy a delicious summer drink or cocktail. Whether they’re brewed to be shared with friends or simple to enjoy some alone time, here are some porch-worthy drink recipes for you to try, courtesy of AllFreeCopycatRecipes.com. Sample one, sample them all; if there’s any that bowl you over, be sure to let us know in the comments. Also, you can post a picture on the AllFreeCopycatRecipes.com Facebook Page. Toast to the season with this variety of summer-inspired drinks made to enjoy on the porch swing.
Get things started off with Chick-Fil-A Sweet Tea. No need to run out, just brew this crisp and delicious drink in your kitchen. It’s sticky sweet like summer, but incredibly cool and refreshing. If you’re feeling in the BBQ mood, you can cook up Copycat Chick-Fil-A Nuggets in a Slider to accompany your easy breezy drink.
For something with a little more kick, next up is Copycat Red Lobster Triple Berry Sangria. Flush with fruit flavors, you’ll want the day to last forever with a pitcher of this at your side. Strawberries, blueberries and raspberries make for the perfect mixture of sweet and tart.
If you’re looking for a porch-worthy drink recipe straight from the coffee shop, try on Starbucks Copycat Iced Tea Passion Lemonade for size. You don’t need to deal with fussy sizes or expensive prices, you can enjoy as little or as much as you want at a small cost to you.
This restaurant-inspired cocktail will have you dreaming of sipping it while overlooking a veranda in the Italian Riviera. Made with Italian Aperol, Sparkling Acres Cocktail is sure to surprise and delight. Show off your fancy side with this porch-worthy drink recipe.
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