Healthy and surprisingly light SodaStream recipes
In this article, , I would like to introduce you to some of the best and simplest SodaStream recipes.
1- SodaStreamCola Recipe
This cola recipe is very close to tasting, just like the original cola.
Unfortunately it’s a bit boring, but if you have the time and you like coke, you should try it.
Don’t worry, all the other recipes in this article are much simpler, , so keep reading.
2- Gingerball recipe
If you like Canada Dry, you should take a look at my very simple and completely natural ginger ale recipe by clicking on my ginger ale recipe.
It comes closest to a homemade recipe in Canada with Dry.
3- Lemonade formulation
My kids love sparkling lemonade, and they love this recipe. Click here to try my SodaStream lemonade recipe.
4- Cherry Juice Recipe SodaStream Recipe
- A pound of fresh cherries.
- Soda water
- Fine-mesh filter or old pure cotton fabric (the t-shirt works perfectly)
- The first thing you have to do is put cherries in the bowl.
- Then 1/5 glass of cold water is added to the cherries, making them easier to crush.
- Go to , crush the cherries with your hands.
- Then you must add shredded cherries to the cloth or filter.
- And pushes the cherry juice into another barrel.
- Once the has pressed all the juices, you can start adding cherry juices/syrup to yoursparkling water.
- I aim for a ratio of 1/2 cup of cherry juice to 1/2 cup of ice water and sparkling water.
- Finally, add as much sugar as you want and you can add a lot of ice cream.
You can see the video below that inspired this recipe.
5- Lemon, lime and soft drink recipes
- 1 lemon
- 1 limestone
- 2 tablespoons apple juice concentrate
- 1 8-ounce glass sparkling water
- Squeeze the lemon and lime in separate containers and remove the pulp.
- Then put 2 tablespoons lemon juice and 1 tablespoon lime juice in your glass.
- Then add2 tablespoons apple juice concentrate, if you don’t have the concentrate, improvise with apple juice and mix carefully.
- Finally, sparkling water can be added to , lightly shaken and the addition of icecan be started.
- You can also add sugar or Splenda if you need a sweeter lemon-lime soda.
This recipe is inspired by this article. Click here to see the original recipe with limes.
6- Formulation for milia water
- 1/2 watermelon
- Soda water
- Deformation or tissue
- Cutting the inside of the watermelon
- And put it in a blender with a little water to make it easier to mix.
- Mix the watermelon with , then pour the mixed watermelon through a fine-meshed filter or cloth.
- Then, , after filtering the watermelon juice, pour the juice into the glass and fill it with half of.
- If you wish, you can add sugar to the sweetener at this stage.
- Finally, add cold sparkling water to the watermelon juice, then you can add ice.
All credits for this recipe can be seen in the video below.
7- Chocolate Italian Cream Soda Recipes
- An 8-ounce glass of water with carbon dioxide…
- Chocolate syrup
- Half of the
Instructions for making a glass of Italian chocolate soda:
- Pour your sparkling water into the glass,
- Then add 4 tablespoons chocolate syrup.
- Then add 2 tablespoons and half a tablespoon.
- Mix well so that it does not foam, and finally, if you have one, add whipped cream to the top.
You can click on all credits to see the original formula.
8- Grape juice Recipe
- 2 cups of grapes (better if seedless grapes can be used)
- Soda water
- Put 2 cups of grapes in a blender and 1/2 cup of cold water.
- Mixing for 30 to 45 seconds
- Removes cellulose from grape mixtures by pouring it through a sieve into a glass.
- You can add sugar to the sweetener at this stage if you wish.
- Finally, 1/2 glass of sparkling water pours into the grape juice, turning it into grape soda.
In the short video under, you can see how easy it is to make grape juice. The difference is that you only have to add half a glass of water , because you add the other half later as sparkling water.
9- Orange cream with soda recipe
- Vanilla extract
- Soda water
- 1 orange
- 2 tablespoons of sugar (optional)
- Cut out all oranges and put them in a 1/5 glass with a cup of water.
- Then puree or mash the oranges to and leave them in water for 5 minutes.
- The pulp is removed by passing the finely chopped orange mass through thefilter.
- Then add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract to the juice of your grated orange.
- If you want, you can now add 2 tablespoons of sugar or honey as a sweetener for your juice.
- Finally , you can add cold sparkling water to your vanilla orange juice.
10 Sparkling iced tea Recipe
I will talk about this recipe and also give some professional advice that many restaurants use in my article about making iced tea foam.
11- Coffee soda recipe
Coffee is not for everyone, but if you are a big fan of coffee, you should definitely try it. It’s a lot easier than you think.
You can read my article on how I make coffee and soda.
Sugar Soda Recipes
Personally, I try not to eat or drink too much sugar, especially when it comes to my two children.
Unfortunately, most soda recipes require tons of sugar. I’ve got a few tips to keep you from falling into a sugar trap;
- Use many recipes based on fruit, such as grape soda, to which healthier, natural sugars and flavour additives are added.
- Use honey as a sweetener instead of sugar, honey has many advantages. Quotes.
- Try different sugar substitutes such as Stevia and Splenda.
- Stevia should be safer. Quote.
Now, if you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to prepare good soda recipes, I advise you to invest in SodaStream syrups. They are very tasty and contain much less sugar than the soda bought in the shop.
In addition, most flavours are available in a calorie-free diet version.
You can read my article Ultimate Guide to the Best SodaStream Flavors and Syrups.
Many of these recipes are inspired by the videos and guides I found on Youtube, Pinterest and other websites, so all credits should go to them.
Although most of them are suitable for me and my family, I advise you to do the same and experiment with the contents of your heart.
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