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Family Recipe: Fizzy Fruits

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Family Recipe: Fizzy Fruits

Soda might taste good, but it's not very good for you or your kids. Most soda is brimming with sugar and empty calories. Too much juice isn't healthy either, because it also can have too much sugar.

So try this Fizzy Fruit drink recipe from Chef Lizzie's FIT kitchen. It's a cold and bubbly drink with just the right amount of juice. Your kids will love it, and it's a lot of fun for them to make.

This Recipe Is:
  • 4   ounces
    sparkling water
  • 4   ounces
    100% all-natural fruit juice, no sugar added
  1. Pour sparkling water and juice into a glass over ice.
  2. You can drop in slices or chunks of fruit, if you like. It looks and tastes great and adds extra nutrition. Cheers!
Nutritional Information

Makes: 1 serving
  • Calories24
  • Fat0.1 g
    • Saturated fat0 g
  • Cholesterol0 mg
  • Sodium43.1 mg
  • Carbohydrates3.1 g
    • Dietary fiber0 g
  • Sugars0 g
  • Protein0 g
* Nutritional Guidelines based on the USDA's MyPlate Standards.

Reviewed April 24, 2012

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