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3 Delicious Drinks for Ramadan

Happy Ramadan and Ramadan Mubarak from Team Ambrosia! To commemorate the holiday, we thought that we would share three delicious drinks to enjoy after you break fast each day! We’re hoping that these recipes will come in handy… especially now that the weather is starting to heat up! So read on for a few recipes that will keep you hydrated during this warm month of Ramadan! PS. Don’t forget to also view our three favourite date recipes to help break fast… you can view them HERE!

Keep Hydrated During Ramadan with these Three Drinks!

Apricot Juice or Amar Al Din

Apricot juice is a very popular beverage of choice during Ramadan! Not only does this particular beverage have wonderful, refreshing and vibrant flavours, it’s infamous for their wonderful health benefits as well. Ceres 100% Apricot Juice Blend contains 100% of your daily Vitamin C and contains no added sugars or preservatives!

If you’re looking to make your very own Amar Al Din (apricot drink), then it couldn’t be easier! All you need? Two ingredients! 1 Package of Dried Apricots and water!

Here’s what you need to do:

  • Cut up apricots (be sure all pits are removed) into small pieces
  • Feed the apricot pieces into a juicer
  • Follow the instructions as per your individual juicer

Oat & Date Milkshake

Date milk is another traditional beverage to drink during Ramadan, but we want to put a twist on this classic with oat and date milkshakes! It’s no surprise why dates are used to break fast during Ramadan! Dates are very nutrient dense, and are high in fibre, protein, natural sugars, vitamins and many minerals which provide an excellent source of energy. Additionally, oats are an incredibly filling food source and are also high in fibre making them another wonderful food to eat after fast during Ramadan!

Want to know the recipe? Read below!


  • 10 Dates; pit removed
  • 1 Cup Almond Milk; unsweetened
  • 3 Tbsp Oats
  • Ground Cinnamon; to taste
  • Ice


  • In ½ cup of almond milk, allow the dates to soak for 30 minutes
  • Add dates, ground cinnamon, ice, almond milk and oats in a blender. Blend on high until mixed
  • Serve cold.

Iced Hibiscus Tea

Last but certainly not least… iced hibiscus tea! Tea is a common beverage to drink during Ramadan, however because we’re heading into the warmer months we thought that an iced variety would be more appropriate!

Hibiscus Iced Tea Sparkler is a very refreshing and delicious spring or summer-drink made with hibiscus tea and sparkling water.


  • 4 cups boiling water
  • 8 bags hibiscus tea
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • ice
  • 2 cups Zevia Sparkling
  • 1/4 cup mint leaves


  1. Combine tea bags and boiling water into one large pitcher. Allow this to steep for up to one hour.
  2. Remove tea bags.
  3. Add mint leaves, honey, ice and Zevia to the pitcher. Stir
  4. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
  5. Serve!

What are some of your favourite Ramadan Drinks?!

Ramadan Mubarak!