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Drink Me! 4 Fun, Healthy, Refreshing Afterschool Sippers

Summer flew by as it always does, but the good times don’t have to stop! Spice up your kids’ lunches or after-school snacks with some tasty and unique drinks. Cascade Ice zero-calorie waters has released several recipe ideas that will keep families feeling refreshed and satisfied all school year long! Kids will love these sweet sips, and moms can rest assured, knowing they’re serving up a healthier option than sugary juices and sodas.

Back-to-School Berry Blast
To create, mix 1 cup of apple slices, 3Ž4 cup Greek yogurt, 1Ž2 cup soy or almond milk, a handful of fresh berries and 4oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Huckleberry Blackberry Sparkling Water in a blender. Blend until smooth and top with a few more fresh berries.

Apple Fizzies
So delicious and fun to make! Just pour 6oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie McIntosh Apple over ice, add in sliced Red Delicious apples and sprinkle in some cinnamon. For the perfect after-school combo, serve the extra apple slices with a tablespoon of peanut butter!

Watermelon Slushie
Watermelon is oh-so-delicious, and ripe for the pickin’ this fall. In a blender, combine a few handfuls of ice, several seedless watermelon chunks and 8oz of Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Blueberry Watermelon. Then, pour in 6oz of club soda. Blend to desired consistency and enjoy!

Pear Limeade
To make, start with a handful of ice and a chilled glass. Next, add 6oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Key Lime Lulo Pear. Finish it off with a splash of apple juice and a freshly-squeezed lime. Garnish with sliced lime wedges for a fun touch.

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