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Back-to-School Beverages: Swap Sodas with Cascade Ice!

by Cascade Ice on August 1, 2013

Back-to-school season is a great time to change up your kids’ eating habits. Yes, it’s easy to serve them soda or a glass of lemonade, but do you know that those beverages can contain upwards of 38 grams of sugar?

Try something different. Cascade Ice is a zero-calorie, sparkling flavored water that is free of unhealthy “extras” like sugar, sodium, caffeine and gluten. The line comes in 21 delicious and unique flavors including Orange Mango, Coconut, Strawberry Lemonade and Pomegranate Berry!

Zero calorie drinks

Kids love the great taste of Cascade Ice, and parents are thrilled to have a healthier option than sugary juices and sodas to add to lunches or snacks. While great straight out of the bottle, you can also have fun mixing it up with other ingredients. Below are a few fun recipes that families everywhere will enjoy making and tasting this back-to-school season!

apple cinnamon drink recipe

 

Apple Fizzie

Just pour 6oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie McIntosh Apple over ice, add in sliced apples and sprinkle in some cinnamon. For the perfect after-school combo, serve the extra apple slices with a tablespoon of peanut butter!

 

Back-to-School Berry Blastlow calorie berry smoothie

To create one, mix 1 cup of apple slices, 3/4 cup Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup soy or almond milk, a handful of fresh berries and 4oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Pomegranate Berry in a blender. Blend until smooth and top with a few more fresh berries.

 

Watermelon Smoothie Recipe

Watermelon Slushie

Watermelon is oh-so-delicious, and ripe for the pickin’ this fall. In a blender, combine a few handfuls of ice, several seedless watermelon chunks and 8oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Blueberry Watermelon. Then, pour in 6oz of club soda. Blend to desired consistency and enjoy!

 


  1. The only thing I would suggest would be to monitor how your body feels after eating and enjoying particular foods. You may discover that particular foods reduce your body fat loss or make you feel sluggish after eating.

    Posted on January 29, 2014 at 11:40 pm by Adipex-P