Fourth of July Patriotic Spritzer

Fourth of July Patriotic Spritzer

Fourth of July means lots of sunshine(hopefully)… and LOTS of red, white and blue. To cool off, this fourth of July patriotic spritzer is perfectly refreshing. It’s great for BBQs and fun for kids. To make a Patriotic Spritzer, it only takes a couple ingredients.

Fourth of July Patriotic Spritzer Prep

This Fourth of July spritzer uses regular ice cubes, two kinds of Gatorade and flavored sparkling water (or Sprite) for the perfect summer refresher.

Fourth of July Patriotic Spritzer that's perfect for kids, BBQs and summer fun.
  1. Remove all regular ice cubes and place in a bowl in the freezer. Fill one ice cube tray with Fruit Punch Gatorade

2. Fill another ice cube tray with Blue Cherry Gatorade

Fourth of July Patriotic Spritzer

3. Freeze them.

4. Layer the ice cubes in individual glasses for the best results. Top with a flavored sparkling water, or Sprite. I used a cherry limeade sparkling beverage. It tasted like those red, white and blue popsicles. Finish off the look by adding a festive paper straw.

5. Share with friends! Happy Fourth of July!

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1 Comment

  1. Cheryle
    June 29 / 1:52 pm

    I made these with my grandkids last year for the 4th and they were a huge hit! I had to hire a cabinet refinisher afterward because they thought it would be funny to shake up the sprite and then let the youngest cousin pour their own drink. Needless to say, these will be outside-only drinks this year. Thanks for sharing!!!

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