Friday, June 8, 2018

Frozen Ice-Pop Recipe Featuring Sparkling Ice: Calorie Free, Fizzy, Sweetened Beverages!

Summer is upon is and pool parties, BBQs, and get togethers are a must! Dont forget to bring your Sparkling Ice 0 calorie lightly carbonated, zero-calorie beverage that combines sparkling water, fruit juice, vitamins, and antioxidants! Perfectly refreshing as is or even better, use them as a no-calorie mixer in your favorite mixed drinks, mix up a batch for the whole party! With Sparkling Ice the possibilities are endless -there is a huge variety of delicious, low calorie cocktails you can make with Sparkling Ice! It is perfect for those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle but still enjoy a refreshing beverage, keep reading to learn more & check out their frozen raspberry peach pop recipe below. 

With over sixteen fruit flavors, you will most certainly find one you love- at least one! Lets face it, with so many good choices-its hard to decide. The good news? You dont have to- they are calorie free & packed with vitamins & antioxidants. Perfect to sip poolside and great for the whole family. My husband & nieces love Sparkling Ice and I am happy they are not sipping soda. Sparkling Ice is super refreshing & I love using it as a mixer. The frozen pops recipe below is a must have this summer! 

Be Not Bland with Sparkling Ice. Just because you dont want the sugar & calories doesnt mean you cant enjoy a yummy, sweet & sparkling drink. Sparkling Ice beverages combine sparkling water, natural flavors, fruit juice and vitamins to offer great tasting, lightly carbonated beverages.

Raspberry Peach Pops
Raspberry layer:
1 cup frozen raspberries
¼ cup Prosecco
½ bottle Sparkling Ice Grape Raspberry
2 tablespoons sugar
Peach layer:
1 cup frozen peaches
¼ cup Prosecco
½ bottle Sparkling Ice Peach Nectarine
2 tablespoons sugar
To make the raspberry layer, purée raspberries, Prosecco, Sparkling Ice Grape Raspberry, and sugar in a blender until very smooth. Fill each popsicle mold ½ full with raspberry mixture. Freeze while you make the peach purée.
To make the peach layer, purée peaches, Prosecco, Sparkling Ice Peach Nectarine, and sugar in a blender until very smooth. Pour peach mixture over raspberry mixture to fill molds. Freeze until firm, at least 2 hours.

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