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Popular Recipes
Cream Grape Soda  
Submitted by: Barbara England
Using this specific sequence:
Add 1/2 part Welch's grape juice.
Add 1/2 seltzer water - making foam on the top of the drink.
Add ice - the foam coats the ice.
Tastes almost like a cream grape soda. Yum!
Party Punch  
Submitted by: Sandra Buckley

3 12-oz. frozen apple juice concentrate
1 12-oz. frozen lemonade concentrate
1 12-oz. frozen orange juice concentrate
1 quart ginger ale, chilled
2 liters Mr. Fizz Seltzer water
Ice to chill

Thaw juice concentrates in refrigerator. Just before serving, pour juices into large punch bowl, stirring to mix. Add ice, then ginger ale. Squirt in 2 liters Mr. Fizz seltzer water (guests love this part!). Serves 24+

Mango-Lime Spritzer  
Submitted by: Mark Resnick

1 Large Mango
Juice of 1 Lime
1 Cup Ice Cold Mr. Fizz Seltzer

Combine the mango and lime juice in a blender. Puree the mixture. Add one cup of Ice Cold Mr. Fizz Seltzer and blend completely. Pour through a strainer into 2 tall glasses. Add ice, garnish with slices of lime and ENJOY!

Summer Citrus Spritzer  
Submitted by: Jon Rosenthal
Pour 2 cups of Lemon Juice into a Blender.
Add 1 cup each of Grapefruit Juice and Orange Juice and 1 cup of Cherry Syrup ( I got mine at a Health food store).
Start blending on a Low speed and add half a cup of sugar. Spritz in about 2/3 of Ice Cold Mr. Fizz Seltzer into your favorite glass, pour in enough of the syrup to taste , stir and add Ice.
Italian Style Syrup for Soda  
Submitted by: Mark Resnick

This recipe creates an Italian style syrup. When mixed with Ice Cold Mr. Fizz, it is truly delicious!

5 to 7 tangerines
6 cups water
8 oz. fresh ginger root, unpeeled, cut into 1 inch pieces
1 and 1/2 cups sugar
1 pound jar honey

Wash tangerines and squeeze enough of them to yield one cup of juice. Set aside; Coarsely chop the juiced tangerine halves and reserve. In a medium saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Add the ginger root and chopped tangerines and return to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium-low, cover and simmer for 20 minutes, Add the sugar, honey and reserved tangerine juice and stir until all the sugar is dissolved. Return to a simmer, cover and cook for 15 minutes. Remove from the heat; Set aside to cool completely. Strain the syrup, discarding the solids. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use. Will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.

To make a fresh soda, pour 1/3 cup syrup into a glass and add 1 cup of ICE COLD Mr. Fizz Seltzer. Taste, and if needed, add additional syrup and stir. Enjoy!

Dream Float  
Submitted by: Bic Buckley

Dreamsicle lovers will LOVE OUR DREAM FLOAT

Put 2-3 oz frozen 100% OJ concentrate into a tall glass.
Fill half of glass with Mr. Fizz carbonated water.
Add 2-3 scoops vanilla ice cream, then top off with Mr. Fizz.
You'll never have a dream like this one.

Leisure Water  
Submitted by: Wm. Kwapy

This is gourmet water for the hot summers of Missouri. At times I will add vodka, but this minimal drink refreshes well without. Not intended for cola & soda drinkers. The trick is to keep all tastes and colors very light. No strong tastes but the bubbles and beyond! The sweet of the tonic water neutralizing the sour lime. Enjoy

16 oz. special mug, crystal or glass please--but ordinary will do.
1/2 Shot or less of Roses Lime Juice
Small wedge of lime squeezed
Four ice cubes
4 oz. of Tonic Water (a lite alternative: pure cold water)
Fill the remainder with Mr. Fizz Seltzer. Stir minimally.

Homemade Ginger Ale  

Submitted by: Leland Limited

2 TB Fresh ginger root
2 Lemon rinds
4 TB Honey, to taste
1 Cup Boiling water
1 qt Seltzer

Put the ginger and lemon rinds in a small bowl with the honey.
Pour in 1 cup boiling water (or just enough to cover). Let steep for five minutes.
Strain and chill. When ready to serve, add the seltzer water.

Makes 4 servings (10 ounces each).
One serving contains 65 calories and 16 grams of carbohydrates.
www.ichef.com/ichef-recipes/Beverages/30195.html

 

Pomegranate Lime Sparkler  
Submitted by: Mark Resnick
1/2 cup plus 2 Tablespoons POM brand pomegranate juice
1/4 cup sparkling apple cider (Non alcoholic French ciders are drier than domestic)
1/4 cup Ice Cold Mr. Fizz Seltzer

Combine the juice, cider and Mr. Fizz seltzer in a tall glass filled with ice. Taste and make adjustments for sweetness. Garnish with a slice of lime and ENJOY!

Jordan's Best  
Submitted by: Jordan Mehlman
Large Glass--1 or 2 scoops of Dryers Grand Herbert either "Tropical Rainbow," a combination of orange, lime & pineapple or "Orange, Swiss Chocolate Chip" sherbet. Let the sherbet soften a bit, hit with seltzer and stir until the sherbet is dissolved. Drink up--"It's palate cleansing and not too sweet."
Chocolate Fizz  

Submitted by: Bic Buckley

For those "I'm bored" days of summer, try our CHOCOLATE FIZZ, a healthy alternative to commercial canned sodas. Fill glass 2/3 full with chocolate milk, then fill rest of glass with Mr. Fizz. Same mixture can be frozen in paper cups, with sticks for a surprisingly good FIZZY POP.
New York Egg Cream  

Submitted by: Leland Limited

From Rosie Magazine - February 2002

This NY: soda-fountain classic is traditionally made in a chilled old-fashioned 2-OZ soda-fountain glass with a narrow bottom and wider top. For best results, use seltzer in a siphon bottle, and make sure that the seltzer and milk are very cold. Chilled bottled seltzer can be substituted, but you won't create the impressive creamy head.

1/2 cup cold whole milk
Cold seltzer from siphon bottle
2 Tbsp chocolate or vanilla syrup

Pour milk into chilled old-fashioned 12-OZ soda-fountain glass. Quickly squirt about 1/2 cup seltzer into bottom of glass to form creamy head. Slowly pour chocolate or vanilla syrup in a thin, steady stream into glass. Carefully insert an iced-tea spoon or other long spoon through foam. Without disturbing head, stir and mix syrup into milk Then fill glass to top with more seltzer carefully directing seltzer stream against side of glass to avoid creating too much foam. Serve immediately.

Cranberry Spritzer  

Submitted by: Andy Shapiro

Add 2 parts Ocean-Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail to 2 parts Fizz.
Top with Ice. Makes a wonderfully refreshing, light drink.
Yogurt Fizz  

Submitted by: Bic Buckley

Tired of smoothies? Try a YOGURT FIZZ! Fill a glass half full with your favorite yogurt, then fill glass with Mr. Fizz, stirring with spoon until blended. Our favorites are lime, lemon, pineapple or strawberry, but any flavor will do (or try them all). Our family cannot drink enough of them!!!
Lemon Joy  

Submitted by: Joy

3 1/3 Cups water
1/2 Cup lemon juice (fresh squeezed or bottled)
1/2 Cup of sugar (or 12 packets of Equal)

*Stir to mix, chill in freezer until very cold.
Pour into Mr. Fizz maker, detonate... shake... chill again.
Pour into a glass with ice.
Add a slice of lemon and sprig of mint for color and enjoy!

Natural Apple Soda  

Submitted by: Jeff Lasman

Frozen Apple Juice Concentrate, defrosted
Sugar
Fizz

I make these in a 10-oz milk glass...
Pour two ounces of defrosted Frozen Apple Juice Concentrate into the bottom of the glass. Stir in sugar to taste (I start with a heaping tablespoon, since the apple juice I use is a bit tart; you might have to try a few times to get it right), and stir. Spritz in the fizz until the foam reaches the top. Wait a minute, and top it off. You may want to top it off more than once, so you end up with a nice fizzy drink, about eight and a half ounces, with some nice "head" on the top.

No Sugar Added Apple Soda — Make as above, except use two packets Sweet-n-Low instead of the sugar.

Strawberry Lemonade  

Submitted by: Leland Limited

2 cups seltzer, chilled
3 cups cold water
1 x ice
3/4 Cup Lemon Juice
1 x Garnishes **
3/4 cup sugar *
* Up to 1 cup sugar may be used to sweeten lemonade.
** Garnishes could be more strawberries and/or mint leaves.

In blender container, puree strawberries. In pitcher, combine pureed strawberries, water, lemon juice, and sugar; stir until sugar dissolves. Add club soda. Serve over ice and garnish with strawberries and/or mint leaves.
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