Anyone else feeling the pressure to plan the perfect princess party for your daughter?
Summer birthdays always seem to have expectations of ridiculous magnitudes; from outdoor location to food served to the perfect party punch. The fact of the matter is that a good game of pin the tail on the donkey simply isn’t enough anymore, and it never will be again. As parents, we need to step up our game as party planners for our kids. This year, my daughter is obsessed with everything princess related, so a princess party she will have, which includes this Royalty in a Glass: Princess Nectar drink from TAJÍN .
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This blended beverage is deliciously sweet and healthy with fresh fruit and honey. The kids and adults will adore it and we think rimming the glasses with honey and TAJÍN adds a special touch that transforms a regular punch into an outright experience of the senses. It’s most delicious when made fresh, and looks stunning with tiny bits of fresh mint floating in it. Make a couple of pitchers in advance and haul them to the park for your own princess party (you know you want one!). Just give the pitcher a good shake before pouring into the glasses of your choice and you’re good to go.
I can’t promise your royal children will be happy with whatever you might have planned for their birthday (mine will be satisfied with nothing less than Elsa’s ice castle from Frozen—sigh), so if you have any tips for making that happen, it would be appreciated… I CAN promise you though that this Princess Nectar is sweet and fresh tasting, and even if there may be tantrums over the cake not being pink enough, at least the drinks will be a hit!
ROYALTY IN A GLASS: PRINCESS NECTAR
Calories: 60 per serving
1 cup fresh pineapple, cubed
8 minced fresh mint leaves
1 teaspoon honey
1 tablespoon TAJÍN CLASICO
- Process the pineapple in a blender, strain and discard the solids.
- Process the juice with the mint leaves, ice and honey.
- Rim the glass with honey and TAJÍN CLASICO and serve.
For more great recipes go to http://www.tajin.com/receta