3 Yogurt-Based Drinks For The Summer Months in Carroll County

During the summer months, people should intake as much fluid as possible. But most of the time we don’t like to drink plain water and try to opt for other beverages. Having carbonated drinks can cause various health problems. For this reason, one should opt for yogurt-based beverages. These drinks will keep you fresh, and yogurt has multiple health benefits.

Recipes for yogurt-based drinks

We have compiled some of the best lip-smacking drink recipes that contain yogurt to keep you cool during the summer months.

1.     Masala Ginger Lassi

When we think of yogurt drink we think about lassi. But nowadays people can find various types of lassi available. The masala ginger lassi will hit the taste buds and make you cool down.


One and a half cup of yogurt

One green chili

Few sprigs of coriander leaves and mint leaves

Half-inch ginger

Sugar according to taste

Half teaspoon roasted cumin powder

Half teaspoon black salt

One teaspoonchaat masala

One cup milk

Ice for garnish


In a blender put all the ingredients together. Blend until you get a smooth mixture. Pour the drink in a glass and garnish with ice cubes.

2.     Gulkandlassi

Another type of yogurt drink people can try is the Gulkandlassi. People who love to have a rose-based drink will love this one.


Three cups of yogurt

Two tablespoon of rose syrup

Half teaspoon of green cardamom powder

One tablespoon powdered sugar

Two tablespoongulkand

Rose essence according to taste

Ice as per taste

One tablespoon of Malai for garnish

One teaspoon of chopped pistachio


Take a blender and put all the ingredients apart from the malai and pistachio. Blend it until you end up with a smooth liquid. Pour it on a tall glass and garnish with malai and chopped pistachio. You can also pour some pose syrup and enjoy the drink.

3.     Smoked Chaas

During the summer months, most of us love to have chaas. But for those who want to taste something different should try this recipe.


One-cup curd

Two cups of water

Three tablespoon of mint and coriander leaves

One teaspoon of roasted cumin powder

One teaspoon of chopped ginger

One-forth teaspoon black salt

Salt to taste


Two-teaspoon oil

Half-teaspoon cumin seed and green chili paste


One piece of coal

Few curry leaves

Two cloves

One teaspoon oil


In a blender pour all the ingredients and blend until you get a smooth liquid. In a pan, add the oil, cumin seed, and green chili paste. After a while, add it to your chaas. In a bowl, add curry leaves and cloves and pour hot oil over a piece of coal and cover with aluminum foil. Leave it for a few minutes, then remove and serve in a glass.