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Blueberry Spritzer

April 14, 2011

Blueberries are a nutritional powerhouse. Recently Tufts University conducted a study of 60 various fruits and vegetables and found that blueberries rated the highest for their antioxidant capabilities. They have been linked to great health benefits and are said to help prevent alzheimer’s, prevent urinary tractions, improve aging and eyesight and more. This refreshing summery beverage is a cinch to make with only 4 ingredients. It’s a hit with adults as well as the kids.

Blueberry Spritzer

Prep: 20 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
3 cups blueberry-pomegranate juice
11/2 cups sparkling water
1 cup fresh blueberries
1 Ice cubes
1 Lime slices
1. For the spritzer, in a 32-ounce pitcher combine blueberry-pomegranate juice and sparkling water; stir well.

2. Fill 4 tall glasses with ice. Pour spritzer into each glass; add blueberries, garnish each with a slice of lime, and serve.


14 Responses to “Blueberry Spritzer”
April, 17 2011at 02:39 pm
What a great idea!
April, 16 2011at 11:38 pm
It is late at night and not warm out, but I have a nagging craving for this drink. It just looks so darn good.
April, 26 2011at 10:42 pm
I love the color and it sounds so refreshing.
April, 14 2011at 10:03 pm
This drink makes me think of summer :) I could definitely enjoy this on the patio all summer!
April, 14 2011at 11:52 pm
Alison: This looks so refreshing and healthy! Yum. BTW, I look forward to meeting you at BlogHerFood (I am also a speaker)
Lauren says:
April, 15 2011at 05:36 am
Love the sound of this. I make a similar version with cherry juice based on the studies about cherry relieving muscle soreness after workouts. It's always nice to have a break from plain water. I love the addition of the whole fruit here.
April, 15 2011at 05:37 pm
Wow does that look good!To be so good and healthy!
Whitney says:
April, 15 2011at 05:43 pm
Just wrote yesterday about alternatives to soda ....this looks delicious! Thanks!
Thang says:
April, 15 2011at 09:10 pm
Very delicious. Thanks for your post
Elle says:
April, 20 2011at 12:24 pm
Oh, that looks so refreshing!
Mitch says:
May, 04 2011at 12:03 am
Where's the alcohol?
May, 30 2011at 08:13 pm
YUM, Alison! Love this!
July, 03 2011at 03:39 pm
[...] Blueberry Spritzer - This drink is full of antioxidants and great for adults and children (we won’t tell them it’s good for them!). [...]
November, 14 2013at 01:24 pm
[...] If you’ve got a juicer at home, this is the perfect opportunity to crack it out and create some delicious festive delights. Adding a touch of cinnamon and a dash of orange will help to make your juices smell and taste fantastic and will add a great aroma and color. Add fresh fruit to enhance the beverage. See my recipe for Blueberry Spritzer here. [...]

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