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Starbucks Mango Dragon fruit Lemonade

Starbucks Mango Dragon fruit Lemonade

Looking for a way to recreate the popular Starbucks Mango Dragon fruit Refresher at home? Look no further than this delicious Dragon Fruit Mango Lemonade recipe!
With a combination of dragon fruit powder, white grape juice, mango juice or puree, and lemonade, this recipe is a tasty dupe for the Starbucks favorite.
While the Starbucks Mango Dragon fruit Refresher has become a fan favorite, it can also be pricey to purchase regularly. This recipe offers a more affordable way to enjoy the same fruity and refreshing flavors at home. Plus, with the ability to customize the sweetness and fruit ratio to your liking, you can make this beverage just the way you like it.
Dragon fruit powder adds a bright pink color and sweet flavor to the drink. And with the addition of mango juice or puree, this recipe captures the tropical essence of the original. So why not try making this delicious Dragon Fruit Mango Lemonade at home and see how it compares to your favorite Starbucks drink?


1 teaspoon dragon fruit powder
1 cup white grape juice
½ cup mango juice or mango puree
1 cup lemonade


Add dragon fruit powder, white grape juice, and mango juice, to a pitcher or bowl
Whisk to combine. (If some of the dragon fruit powder clings to the whisk, that is normal as the fruit powder gets sticky when liquids are added. You can also use a blender for convenience.)
Fill your serving glass with ice
Pour the mango dragon fruit mixture over the ice
Add your lemonade, and stir to combine


If you would rather eyeball this recipe (our preference for a quick morning ritual) after you add your ice: Fill about 1/3 with the mango dragon fruit mixture, and then top off the remainder of the glass with lemonade.
If you like less sweet, add some fresh lemon juice or a less sweet lemonade. If you like it on the sweeter side use more of the mango dragon fruit mixture.
If you are having trouble mixing the powders, try using a blender instead of hand mixing. Or, pour your mixture through a fine mesh strainer to remove any un-dissolved powder before serving.