Strawberry Lemon Sparkling Water from Everyday Good Thinking / @HamiltonBeach

Sparkling water is one of my all-time favorite drinks. It tastes great, and it’s an easy way to get those “8 glasses of water a day” we keep hearing about. Plus, it’s the perfect way to get the fizz you crave if you’re trying to reduce your soda intake. I love sparkling water made with the SodaStation™ on its own, but if you’d rather have a little more oomph to your water, try adding fruit or juice like we did here. The strawberries and lemon give this water a refreshing kick – perfect for spring and summer – and it looks beautiful! It makes the perfect accompaniment to a cookout, picnic, or meal outside by the grill. Try adding different combinations of fruit to your water to see what you like best and take boring water to a whole new level.

Strawberry Lemon Sparkling Water from Everyday Good Thinking / @HamiltonBeach

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The @HamiltonBeach SodaStation lets you get carbonated water or soda on the go - I love this hand-held version! Win one at everydaygoodthinking.com, the official blog of @HamiltonBeach Strawberry Lemon Sparkling Water from Everyday Good Thinking / @HamiltonBeach


Strawberry Lemon Sparkle
SERVES: 4

Ingredients
10 large strawberries, hulled
1 large lemon, peeled
Sparkling water
Instructions
Cut lemon as needed to fit through the chute of the juice extractor.
Juice the strawberries and lemon in the order listed.
Stir. Place 1/4 cup mixture in a tall glass with ice.
Add 1 cup sparkling water and serve immediately.
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