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Best Cascade Ice Recipes of 2013

by Cascade Ice on December 19, 2013

Before we say good-bye to 2013, we wanted to look back at some of our most popular recipes of the year. We hope you tried and enjoyed many of our unique and festive recipes! Let’s take a look back at the top five recipes of 2013.

Pink Grapefruit Lemonade

For a unique and crowd pleasing lemonade, whip up the Pink Grapefruit Lemonade. Fill a glass with ice cubes and pour 8oz of Pink Grapefruit Cascade Ice over the ice. Take a small fresh lemon and cut it in half. Squeeze the lemon juice from one ½ lemon into your glass and make sure to strain the lemon seeds. Add a couple slices of fresh lemon to compete the drink.

Watermelon Slushie

Watermelon Slushie

Watermelon is oh-so-delicious, and ripe for the pickin’ in the 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!


Apple Cinnamon Sparkler

This one’s for the kids! Instead of serving soda for dinner, try our Apple Cinnamon Sparkler. Simply mix 4oz of Cascade Ice McIntosh Apple and 2oz of apple juice in a glass with ice. Garnish with a green apple wedge and a cinnamon stick to complete the yummy drink.

Cascade Ice Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Float

For a crowd-pleasing dessert the whole family will love, try the Pumpkin Pie Float. Pour 6oz of Pumpkin Pie Cascade Ice into a tall glass filling it up halfway and add one scoop of vanilla ice cream. Garnish the float by crumbling a graham cracker and adding a dollop of whipped cream.


Candy Cane-tini

Mix up a Candy Cane-tini to enjoy while serving appetizers during the holidays. To mix, use 3oz of Cascade Ice Cranberry Pomegranate, 2oz of vodka and the juice of a lime. Stir the contents in your shaker with a handful of ice and garnish with a skewer of cranberries or candy cane crumbs.


We enjoyed creating tasty, low-calorie drink recipes in 2013 and are excited to keep the tradition going in 2014!


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