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Delicious Sodastream Recipes

As soda enthusiast ourselves, we get tired with the same old boring soda sryups, so we decided to gather and create some of the tastiest soda recipes for any occasion. Browse out collection of recipes, and if you have a few of your own, shoot the our way so we can share them with the world!

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Tennessee Summer Soda

Submitted by: Jessica L.
  • 2 cups diced pineapple
  • 2 sprigs rosemary (about 3 inches long), plus more for garnish, optional
  • 3 Tbsp chopped ginger
  • 4 Tbsp agave nectar
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup filtered Water

Instructions: Place pineapple, 2 sprigs rosemary, ginger, agave, lemon juice, and filtered water in a medium-size saucepan. Cover and bring to a gentle boil over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer uncovered for 5 minutes, mashing a bit with a wooden spoon to break up the pineapple. Remove from heat and let mixture rest for 30 minutes.

Remove and discard rosemary sprigs and any loose rosemary needles, then transfer the mixture to a blender or food processor and pulse until pineapple is macerated but not blended smooth. Pour through a strainer lined with a double layer of cheesecloth and squeeze to extract as much liquid as possible.

Chill in a sealed glass jar in the fridge. Syrup will stay fresh for up to a week. To serve, pour 1/4 cup syrup into a tall glass, top with 6 to 8 ounces chilled seltzer or soda water, and stir. Garnish with rosemary sprigs, if desired.

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Le-Mo-Jito Featured

Submitted by: Kris B.
  • 2 Springs of Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 4 oz. Sodastream Seltzer
  • 2 oz. Sodastream Lemonade Mix
  • Optional: 1 Lemon slice (Garnish)
  • Optional: 1 oz. of Vodka

Instructions: Place half of mint leaves in the bottom of glass with optional vodka. Muddle mint leaves slightly to infuse flavor, if desired. Fill glass half way with ice and pour in lemonade soda. Stir. Top with Sodastream Seltzer. Garnish with remaining mint and slice of lemon

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Cherry Creamsicle

John T.
  • 3 cups 100% unsweetened black cherry juice
  • 1 vanilla bean (about 6 inches long)
  • Soda water

Instructions: Place black cherry juice and vanilla bean in a medium-size saucepan. Cover and bring to a gentle boil over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer uncovered for 35 to 40 minutes, until liquid has reduced to 1 cup. Remove from heat and let cool until comfortable to handle.

Remove vanilla bean and chill the syrup in a sealed glass jar in the fridge. It will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks.

To serve, pour 1/4 cup syrup into a tall glass, top with 6 to 8 ounces chilled seltzer or soda water, and stir.

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Tropical Splash Soda

Submitted by: Ashley P.
  • 2 cups orange-mango juice, such as Santa Cruz Organic
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, thawed
  • Soda Water
  • Orange slices for garnish, optional

Instructions: Pour juice into a sauce pan. Cover and bring to a simmer over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer uncovered for 20 minutes or until liquid has reduced to 1 1/2 cups.

Put strawberries and their juice in a blender and pulse to roughly chop. Pour through a strainer lined with a double layer of cheesecloth and squeeze to extract as much liquid as possible.

Mix both juices together and chill in a sealed glass jar in the fridge. Syrup will stay fresh for up to 3 days.

To serve, pour 1/3 cup syrup into a tall glass, top with 6 to 8 ounces chilled seltzer or soda water, and stir. Garnish with orange slice, if desired.

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Rickey Bobby Soda

Submitted by: Ted N.
  • 2 cups raspberries (fresh, or frozen and thawed), plus more for garnish, optional
  • 1/2 cup filtered water
  • 4 1/2 Tbsp lime juice, divided
  • 3 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 Tbsp agave nectar
  • Seltzer or soda water

Instructions: Put 2 cups raspberries, water, 3 tablespoons lime juice, maple syrup, and agave in a medium-size saucepan. Cover and bring to a gentle boil over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer uncovered for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let it rest for 15 minutes. Pour through a strainer lined with a double layer of cheesecloth and squeeze to extract as much liquid as possible.

Add remaining lime juice and chill the mixture in a sealed glass jar in the fridge. syrup will stay fresh for up to a week.

To serve, pour 1/4 cup syrup into a tall glass, top with 6 to 8 ounces chilled seltzer or soda water, and stir. Garnish with raspberry, if desired.

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Soda Recipe Tips & Tricks

Start with your basic simple syrup recipe: an even ratio of sugar to water. Two cups of each will make about a pint of syrup, enough to flavor about four liters of soda, depending on how sweet you like it. Add half a teaspoon of tartaric or citric acid, a natural preservative available online or at home-brew shops. The acid will bring balance, clarity and a Sour Patch tang to these sweet syrups, and more importantly, help them keep in the fridge up to a few months.

Bring the water, sugar and acid to a boil with your flavoring agents, then simmer 15-20 minutes and cool completely. Herb or spice syrups like mint, chamomile and cinnamon only need to be strained, preferably through a cheesecloth-lined sieve. Ditto for syrups involving juicy berries and cherries; over the heat, these fruits will bleed willingly, so there’s no need to puree. A blender makes quick work of the less acquiescent fruits: melons, pineapple, pitted peaches and plums, apples and pears, etc. After they’ve cooked and cooled, puree these syrups on high for a silky consistency. Use the syrups immediately in soda water, and keep the leftovers in the fridge. It’s that easy. Starting with this basic recipe you can customize your syrups with anything in the pantry or garden.

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