Mom Always Finds Out received Cascade Ice sparkling water for review purposes. All opinions expressed are my own.
I let my children drink sodas as a treat from time to time. But we have found something that my kids like to drink even MORE than soda! Cascade Ice sparkling water is a zero calorie beverage that doesn’t contain unhealthy “extras” like sugar, caffeine, sodium and gluten. My whole family is willing to swap soda for Cascade Ice!
Cascade Ice comes in dozens of unique flavors including Strawberry Lemonade, Orange Mango, Coconut, and Pomegranate Berry. We tried several other flavors, too. Fizzy flavored water is a healthy alternative to soda for children and adults. Grownups may like to try the Cascade Ice Cosmopolitan and Margarita Cocktail Mixers and other recipes. There are also a variety of Organic Cascade Ice sparkling waters, too!
Kid-Friendly Beverage Recipes from Cascade Ice! Try swapping soda and juice with Cascade Ice sparkling waters. Here are a few Back To School recipes to try at home.
Just pour 6 oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie McIntosh Apple over ice, add in sliced apples and sprinkle in some cinnamon. For the perfect after-school combo, serve the extra apple slices with a tablespoon of peanut butter!
Back-to-School Berry Blast:
To create one, mix 1 cup of apple slices, 3/4 cup Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup soy or almond milk, a handful of fresh berries and 4 oz Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Pomegranate Berry in a blender. Blend until smooth and top with a few more fresh berries.
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 Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Blueberry.
Where To Buy:
Cascade Ice is available at nationwide grocery retailers including Walmart, Fred Meyer, and Safeway.
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Are you looking to de-junk your child’s lunchbox and after school snacks? Check out my other healthy snack swap ideas! Let me know what you think about swapping Cascade Ice waters for soda in the comments.