Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Blue Bubblers

                                                      Blue Bubblers

                                                 What you will need:
1 large glass
1 long wooden skewer
Juice of 2 lemons (ripe)
1 litre of sparkling water (fresh)
Caster sugar to taste
Blue food colouring
6 blueberries (ripe)
6 blackberries (ripe)


1. Squeeze lemons, add the juice to the sparkling water and add sugar until its sweet enough for you.

2. Add enough food colouring so that it is the perfect shade of blue (you won't need a lot).

3. Carefully thread the berries onto the skewer-alterning between the blueberries and the blackberries. The length of your skewer will depend on the height of your glass.

4. Place the skewer into the glass and enjoy your drink!


  1. Hello Brinal,
    Wow! That looks sooooo delicious. I think I am drooling. Yes, I was right. I AM DROOLING!! You put in enough effort to not only allow me to drool, but everybody else as well. Well done!

    Is this part of your adventure learning? Because if it is, then I am sooooo proud of you to do this.
    Do you think your adventure learning is over? Do you want to explore something else?

    I am still working on mine. The clay is sooo hard to find! I know that you can find clay even in the 2 dollar shop, but I need to find out the RIGHT type of clay. Can you help me, please?

    Once again, I am soooooo proud of you.

    Henderson North School :)

    1. Renitta

      I'm sure I still have some at school from earlier this year. Remind me at school.

      Mr W

    2. Hi Renitta,

      Thanks for commenting my recipe.
      And yes this is part of my adventure learning.
      I think my adventure learning is almost finished.
      I might choose something else after I have finished my fizzy drinks one.


  2. Thank you for offering Mr Walker, but I need a specific kind of clay. It needs to be the soft kind. And it needs to have a LOT of colours. But, it's the thought that counts.

    Thank you once again.

    Henderson North School :)

  3. Hi,
    The drink looks nice and sweet I will try it at home and see what it tastes like.

    Brinal's dad

  4. Hey Brinal

    That drink looks really yummy and if you bring a bunch of testers to school then sign me up to have a drink. On the bright slides I love blueberries. :)

    From Aisha

  5. Hi Brinal

    It looks really yummy what does it taste like i like blueberries to.

    from jorja :]

  6. Agatha St George Uk8 November 2013 at 00:56

    That drink looks delicous and it looks really cold.