Delicious Diwali Mocktail Recipe: Strawberry & Mango Chutney #CulturedKitchen

Spice up your plain old strawberry mocktail recipe with an amazing hint of Mango Chutney! It's perfect for celebrating Diwali!

Get ready to spice up that plain old strawberry mocktail in a totally new way! You will  absolutely love how I did it! Just make sure you follow the directions in this recipe! I made this non-alcoholic drink in honor of the upcoming Diwali month. As a proud Cultured Kitchen ambassador, I wanted to mix in a little India in honor of  the festival of light. Marked with firework displays and family feasts, Diwali, is a five-day festival celebrated by millions of people across the world every fall. Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains observe the festival, with its main theme the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.

It is my third year celebrating this festival.  The first year, I made this delicious  curried roasted pumpkin recipe and last year, I made this yummy seafood spaghetti!  This year, I am going with a delicious drink that will welcome your guests with flair! Ready to spice you your celebration? Let’s check out the recipe! Don’t forget to use the printable recipe card to save this for later!

Strawberry Mocktail with Mango Chutney




Make it

Blend everything and transfer in a serving glass. It yields one glass!

Print this recipe for later:

Delicious Diwali Mocktail Recipe: Strawberry & Mango Chutney #CulturedKitchen

  • 1 Banana (frozen)
  • 1 cup of coconut water
  • 4 strawberries (fresh)
  • 1 tsp of Patak's Canada Major Grey chutney
  1. Blend all the ingredients and transfer into a serving glass.
  2. Enjoy!

Since my husband is my tester. I blended the ingredients WITHOUT adding Major Grey Chutney! He tried it and liked it. That’s it, though. He liked it. Then I added Patak’s Canada chutney. He absolutely loved the taste. He said, “wow that is a wonderful spin to the drink“.  It added such a nice flavour and kick to the drink. I had to make another one for me because he gobbled it all down!

You will notice that I did not add sugar, honey or other sweeteners! In my opinion, this drink does not anything more but feel free to add to your taste! I find that Major Grey is enough to add all the flavour you need!

Check out Pataks Canada for more great ways to celebrate Diwali!  Follow Pataks on Facebook and Pataks Twitter to keep up with all their exciting news!

How do you celebrate DIWALI? And how do you spice up your mocktails? Tell me!

Disclosure: I am part of The Cultured Kitchen Ambassador program in partnership with Patak’s Canada and Blue Dragon Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.

26 thoughts on “Delicious Diwali Mocktail Recipe: Strawberry & Mango Chutney #CulturedKitchen”

  1. I’ve never thought of adding chutney to a strawberry smoothie before. It does sound like an awesome combination of flavors! Thanks for this! I’d love to give this a try.

  2. Banana, mango and strawberry blended together is a tropical dream. This mocktail will come in handy when it’s freezing outside and I’m wishing I was on a tropical island.

  3. I love the colour! I always judge drinks by colours, so weird right? this sounds and looks delicious though so I’d love to step out of my comfort zone and give it a try!

  4. I’ve never imagined using mango chutney in a mocktail but I assume it works because this sounds amazing! I think it’s great that you paired it with strawberries too. Coconut will always be a healthier alternative.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *