May 302012
 

My hubby and I enjoy a bottle of sparkling (non-alcoholic) juice on occasion, but a friend of mine gave me a tip on making my own at home.

The extra nice part is that it’s super easy, and you can make it in any flavor that you like.

So here is how you make it:
Pick out your favorite juice in concentrate form, and grab a bottle or two of seltzer water.
Chill your seltzer water, and then instead of mixing the juice concentrate with regular water, use the seltzer water in the same amount as the concentrate suggests.

Gently stir together the seltzer and concentrate, and you are ready to serve.

Super easy, refreshing, fizzy and you can tailor it to whatever flavor you might be in the mood for. If you’re feeling crazy, try mixing a couple of different juices!
Hope you enjoy!

Blessings,
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  21 Responses to “Make Your Own Sparkling Juices”

  1. Margo this sounds so good and could truly be substituted for sodas. Thank you for sharing. Blessing, Jo-Ann

  2. Thanks for sharing this recipe. My daughters will love a sparkly treat, especially at one of our tea parties.

    Joining from Raising Homemakers.

    Keri
    http://www.growinginhisglory.com

  3. I love sparkling grape juice. It’s what we usually have on New Year’s Eve. I love this idea of making your own. TY for sharing!

  4. Ha, that’s so simple yet so brilliant! We love sparkling apple cider so I can’t wait to try this :-) I have a brand new link party going on and I’d be thrilled if you’d link this up!

    http://practicallyfunctional.net/2012/05/the-fun-in-functional-link-party-1/

  5. I’m going to try these, matter of fact I have to get groceries this morning so I’ll pick up the seltzer water :)

  6. Yum! Sounds refreshing and a great alternative to sodas…rather celebrative. I would much prefer this to alcohol, or even soda. I think I’ll swing by the store tonight for seltzer. Thanks for the tip!

  7. Holy Bubbles! Who ever would guess it was so easy? Thanks so much for linking up at Weekend Potluck – I’m sharing this one!
    Pinning too!

  8. When our family gets together we love to serve those sparkling juices. This sounds so easy and good. Thanks for sharing.

  9. This is awesome! I will definitely be doing this. Thanks for sharing!

  10. Hi Margo,
    What a great idea that I can’t wait to try, it looks awesome! Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  11. What a great idea!
    Thanks for linking up. I featured your post in my wrap up! http://tidymom.net/2012/12-summer-recipes-wallpapers/ Have a great rest of the weekend!

  12. I see you like drinks, just like me! Have you ever tried a pink basil limonata? Thanks for Sharing!~Jenny Meier

    http://www.jennymeierevents.blogspot.com/2012/06/summer-drink-pink-basil-limonata.html

  13. Thanks for this idea! I’m hosting a friend’s shower in a few weeks and was looking for a sweet summery drink. She loves Italian soda, so this is close enough, right? :)

    Blessings!
    ~Bethany

    http://www.happyhomemaker.me

  14. What a great idea! We love the sparkling apple cider, too, but I don’t buy it very often because it’s expensive. I can’t wait to try this! I found a fabulous recipe on Pinterest that I want to try using this. Thanks for sharing!

  15. What a great idea – so simple yet so brilliant! Plus, you get to customize it any way you want. :)

  16. I love the regular sparking juice, so I think I’ll have to try this sometime! Thanks for posting it!

  17. So simple! Great idea. I will have to keep this in mind for the future!

  18. Wow! Love this, please share it! Link it up with me on my Wow Us Wednesday, ok? Over at http://www.familyhomeandlife.com

  19. Thanks for linking at Wow Us Wednesday!

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