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Vote to Win in the Cascade Ice Creations Contest

by Cascade Ice on April 10, 2014

Get ready for a treat, Cascade Ice fans! Our #CascadeIceCreations contest has begun. Four of our favorite bloggers submitted original drink recipes they created using Cascade Ice and now it’s up to you to decide whose is the best. Now through April 21, you have a chance to WIN one of five free case of Cascade Ice when you vote for your favorite drink recipe!

Check out the four delicious recipes below, then VOTE HERE and enter to win. Share the contest with your friends for extra entries!

Blue Water Berry Splash Photo for PinterestBlue Water Berry Splash

Submitted by melissaAnne COLORS

Step 1. Place fresh blueberries and tap water in ice cube trays and freeze overnight.

Step 2. Rim a tall cocktail glass with lavender sea salt.

Step 3. Fill glass with blueberry ice cubes and Cascade Ice Blueberry Watermelon.

Step 4. Add vodka and a splash of strawberry liquor.

Step 5. Stir gently. For an added luxury, add fresh lavender blooms to garnish.


Pink Grapefruit Spritzer Photo for PinterestPink Grapefruit Spritzer

Submitted by Eating Chalk

Step 1: Pour 5oz of ruby red grapefruit juice and 2T fat-free sweetened condensed milk into glass and whisk to combine.

Step 2. Fill the rest of the glass with Cascade Ice Pink Grapefruit.

Step 3: Stir, and serve with a straw for a sunny-day treat!

 Coconut Cooler Photo for PinterestCoconut Cooler

Submitted by The {something} Project

Step 1. Add 2 parts Cascade Ice Coconut to 1 part spiced rum.

Step 2: Add 1 large scoop of coconut gelato.

Step 3: Garnish with assorted fruit, like pear and pineapple.




Sparkling Spring Slushy Photo for Pinterest

Sparkling Spring Slushy

Submitted by The Jackson Five Family Blog

Step 1: In a blender, add 1 cup Cascade Ice Strawberry Banana, 2 cups ice, 1 cup fresh strawberries, 1/2 of a freshly squeezed lime.

Step 2: Pulse the mixture until you have a nice ‘slushy’ consistency.

Step 3: Pour into fancy cups and garnish with leftover limes!