Fun With My Soda Machine

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Fun With My Soda Machine

Still to date, since the day I’ve won my Soda Stream I have been making home made sodas, and if by chance I run out of a certain mix, I improvise! I recently discovered that Soda Stream has a few neat recipes to try at home mix and matching soda mixes I LOVE the guilt free root beer! Below are the listed recipes 😀 buuut I also play around with juices and such!for Seth and I to make inventive sodas with not only the soda mixes but fresh fruits too!

Guilt-Free Root Beer Float (Submitted by Tina R.)
Half glass Sodastream Diet Root Beer
Half glass Sodastream Diet Cream Soda
Mix Diet Root Beer and Diet Cream Soda over crushed ice in a tall glass

All That Jazz (submitted by Tami F.)
3/4 glass Sodastream Diet Pete’s Choice
1/4 glass Sodastream Diet Cream Soda
Pour Diet Pete’s Choice and Diet Cream Soda over ice
Garnish with a jazzy maraschino cherry

Fruit Fizz (submitted by Laurel P. of Arizona)
6 oz. Sodastream Diet Pink Grapefruit
6 oz. Sodastream Diet Cranberry-Raspberry
Orange slice
Combine diet sodas in a tall glass over ice.
Garnish with orange slice.

Lite Berry-Lime Punch (submitted by Jessica M.)
1 liter Sodastream Diet Cranberry-Raspberry (highly carbonated – 5 buzzes)
1 liter Sodastream Diet Lemon-Lime (highly carbonated – 5 buzzes)
1/2 liter raspberry flavored vodka (optional)
Pour all ingredients over ice in a punch bowl
Garnish with slices of citrus (lemons, limes and oranges) and whole frozen red raspberries
Hint from the chef: The fizzier you make your soda, the longer the carbonation will last, and the fresher your punch will taste all through your party

Diet Harvest Iced Tea (submitted by Peggy S.)
4 oz. Spiced Apple Cider
6 oz. Sodastream Diet Lemon-Lime
6 oz. Sugar-Free Iced Tea
Mix all ingredients and add ice.
Especially good garnished with a cinnamon stick and a slice of orange!
Note from the chef: To make spiced cider, heat one gallon in a saucepan or crock pot with 6-8 cinnamon sticks and 1 tablespoon of whole cloves. Simmer for 10 minutes. Strain and refrigerate.

Tart and Tiny (4 oz. Sodastream Diet Pink Grapefruit)
4 oz. Sodastream Diet Cranberry-Raspberry
1 1/2 oz. Gin
1 1/2 oz. Raspberry liqueur
Slice of orange
Over ice in a highball glass, pour gin and raspberry liqueur
Add Diet Pink Grapefruit and Diet Cranberry-Raspberry sodas
Stir gently
Garnish with a slice of orange
Variation: Use orange liqueur instead of raspberry
Cool Refreshments for Everyone

Morning Rush (submitted by Erin R.)
4 oz. Sodastream Energy Drink
4 oz. Sodastream Orange Soda
4 oz. Sodastream Diet Pink Grapefruit
Pour sodas over crushed ice in a large glass. Squeeze in a slice of orange for a punch of freshness.

Blueberries and Cream Supreme (submitted by Miriam N.)
1-2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
2 tsp. vanilla extract
6-8 ice cubes
1 liter Sodastream seltzer
Whipped cream and mint (optional)
Place blueberries, ice cream, vanilla, ice cubes and 1/2 liter of seltzer in a blender.
Blend until smooth.
Stir in remaining seltzer.
Pour into frappe glasses, and garnish with whipped cream and sprigs of mint, if desired.
Makes 4 servings.

Variations – use low-fat frozen yogurt or ice milk in place of ice cream. Try substituting SodaStream Cranberry-Raspberry (or Diet Cran-Ras) in place of seltzer for a triple-berry treat!
RECIPES FOUND HERE

MY Orange Juice Soda
Now for my orange juice soda lol it’s the easiest recipe ever and Seth loves it! Sunday’s when we go to the flea market I love to buy these HUGE bags of oranges for usually around $3 a bag, I make fresh orange juice in the mornings, cut them up for Seth, snack on them and make soda with them!

Pretty much, take a few oranges slice, juice em, strain out the pulp (I like pulp but Seth does not), pour it in the Soda bottles then add some water, pump it up in the Soda Stream machine and bam HEALTHY soda with NO added sugars! The only thing that would make this easier is if I had a juicer… working on that.

Watch it be made quick clip.

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