Cascade Ice Summer Recipes

Schools almost back in session, however we are having the hottest days of summer! What better way to cool down than with Cascade Ice! A calorie-free, gluten-free, sodium-free and caffeine-free sparking water! I know I can’t wait to make these recipes!

First step, gather your materials. Purchase ice pop maker molds, $1 at $ Tree and clearanced at Walmart. Grab some Cascade Ice and fresh fruit and you’re ready to go. The best part of making your own Popsicles with this sparkling water is that you know exactly what is going into them and there are no hidden ingredients!

Cascade Ice homemade Summer recipes

These fun, easy, and low-cal recipes are perfect for both kids and grown-ups!

The Watermelon Wow!:
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This recipe is the perfect summertime pop! Pour some Blueberry Watermelon Cascade Ice into your ice pop molds. Add some fresh blueberries and be sure to leave a little room at the top! Put the ice pops into the freezer for at least 4 hours or until frozen solid and then enjoy this yummy summer treat!

Peach Mango Sangria Bars:
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For the adults, try Cascade Ice’s Peach Mango Sangria Bars! Fill popsicle tray 1/3 full with your choice of white wine. Next, fill another 1/3 with Cascade Ice Zero-Calorie Peach Mango. Finish by adding freshly chopped pieces of mango. Want some raspberries in there? Strawberries? Add them in – the fresher the better!

Strawberry Watermelon Refresh:
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While you’re waiting for the pops to freeze, cool off with a refreshing drink! Start with Strawberry Watermelon Cascade Ice and fresh lemon juice. Mix the two and add pieces of fresh watermelon and strawberries. Pour over ice and refresh yourself!

What is your favorite way to cool down in the heat?

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14 Comments

  1. These pops look refreshing and fun. I love the idea of adding berries.

  2. Awww I love this!! My boys love popsicles, so I’d love to make this with them!!

  3. Yummm! Very refreshing and perfect summer treats for the kids!

  4. Ooh these look so refreshing! They would be such a welcome treat for a garden party or a summer vacation!

  5. We are in the middle of a heat wave so cooling off is a top priority. The kids (and I) are going to love these pops!

  6. I love homemade popsicles! We used to make them growing up in similar little freezable molds!

  7. Yummy! This looks perfect. I am hungry just reading your post! Definitely going to make these recipes!

  8. Really wonderful, fresh and cooling recipes…liked the peach mango popsicles the best

  9. I love popsicles during summer but I’ve never made my own! These recipes look awesome especially since it only seems to be getting hotter here.

  10. This looks really yummy. It is hard to beat a treat like this on a hot summer day.

  11. This will definitely be a great summer refreshment!

  12. My kids wold absolutely love these ice pops, what a fun and easy way to make a summer treat!

  13. Oh that drink looks so refreshing, bet it tasted amazing! I love watermelon but don’t get it very often as I can’t eat a whole one myself

  14. This looks so delicious and refreshing, I will definitely have to try these summer recipes, thanks for sharing!

    ~xo Sheree
    poshclassymom.com

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