Elderflower Apple Fizz - Childrens Food Trust

Elderflower Apple Fizz - Childrens Food Trust

Elderflower Apple Fizz This refreshing drink adds elegance and style to any occasion. Nutritional information per portion (316g): Sulphites* Energy ...

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Elderflower Apple Fizz This refreshing drink adds elegance and style to any occasion. Nutritional information per portion (316g):

Sulphites*

Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

332kJ 79kcal 4%

<0.5g

<0.1g

20g

0.02g

0%

0%

22%

0%

of an adult’s reference intake. Typical values per 100g: energy 105kJ/25kcal.

Equipment

Ingredients

Measuring jug

Serves 2

Serving jug

30ml elderflower cordial

Chopping board

200ml apple juice

Sharp knife

300ml sparkling water

Ice-cube tray

1 red eating apple

Drinks stirrers or straws

1 lime

250ml tumbler glasses

Ice cubes to serve * Presence of allergens can vary by brand – always check product labels. If you serve food outside the home you must make allergen information available when asked.

Method 1. Pour the elderflower cordial, apple juice and sparkling water into the serving jug. 2. Wash the apple and cut into quarters. 3. Remove the core from the apple and chop into thin ½cm wide wedges. 4. Wash the lime, cut in half and then into thin ½cm wide wedges. 5. Add the chopped apple and lime to the serving jug. 6. Stir and add plenty of ice. 7. Pour into glasses and enjoy!

Top Tips

• Do not make too far ahead as your drink will lose its fizz. • Make plenty of ice cubes in advance.

• Try adding lime slices or some passion fruit pulp to your ice cubes before freezing.

Something to try next time

Prepare now, eat later

• Cut a passion fruit in half and scoop the flesh into the serving jug at step 5 for an exotic flavour.

• Prepare the drink and store in the fridge for up to 2 hours, but add the sparkling water and ice cubes just before serving. The slices of lime will prevent the apples discolouring.

Skills used include: Measuring, chopping, mixing/combining and serving.

www.letsgetcookingathome.org.uk This recipe was developed with funding from the Big Lottery Fund. Copyright © Children’s Food Trust LGC085