Grapefruit Rosemary Lemonade Sparkler is a healthy, colorful alternative to soda. These ingredients combined are the perfect pair for a refreshing and thirst quenching drink. This is one of my best grapefruit recipes to make quickly for guests or just a treat for yourself.
This healthy grapefruit rosemary lemonade sparkler is a fizzy water mixed with freshly squeezed juice to make a perfect soda alternative. I squeezed mine by hand and it was fairly simple so if you have a citrus reamer, you are in luck!
After I hand squeezed my grapefruit and lemon into a bowl, I used a fine mesh strainer to remove any seeds or pulp. I stirred in my sparkling water and then poured my fizzy new drink into a serving glass. Add ice and rosemary sprigs for garnish and you have a healthy and tasty fruit soda. When I make this grapefruit recipe I prefer mine on the tart side and not too sweet. If you feel you need more sweetness, you can add agave or stevia to taste.
- sparkling water
- rosemary sprigs
- agave or stevia to taste if desired
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Healthy Grapefruit Lemonade Sparklers
- 3 pink grapefruits
- 2 lemons
- 4 sprigs fresh rosemary
- 32 oz sparkling water
- agave or stevia to taste optional
- Use a citrus reamer to juice the grapefruits and lemons in a large or you can squeeze them by hand (that’s how I did it!). Use a fine mesh strainer to remove any pulp or seeds.
- Add the sparkling water to your juice and mix well. Transfer to serving glasses with ice and finish with rosemary sprigs.