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Star Spangled Fizzler Recipe

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Serve this easy and fun beverage for your 4th of July celebration. The kids will think this is a special treat made just for them. The flavor of the drink will change as the flavored ice cubes begin to melt.
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Ingredients
  • Red colored juice (strawberry, fuit punch, or similar red colored beverage)
  • Blue colored juice (blue raspberry or similar blue colored beverage)
  • Sprite (or 7-up)
Container: Star-shaped ice cube trays
Directions
PREP
5 mins
READY IN
5 mins
  • Prepare the ice cubes at least a day ahead of time to be sure they have time to freeze. Pour the colored beverages into the star shaped ice cube trays and freeze. Note: If you will be serving a crowd you may want to start freezing stars for a few days ahead of time. Freeze a tray full; then remove the frozen cubes and place in a sealable bag and place back into the freezer. Keep the different colors separate. Refill the trays and freeze more. Repeat this until you have enough cubes made.
  • When you are ready to serve the fizzlers, fill the glasses 3/4 full of the colored frozen stars. Fill the rest of the glass with Sprite.
  • Serve and have fun!
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sao
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"Easy, Fun and Different for the 4th of July Holiday or anytime. Red + Green for Christmas. Pink + Blue for a baby shower ..."
KiyLynn User
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"I made these this weekend as a trial run before the 4th. The kids loved them and thought they were so much fun. I am definitely going to make them for the kids at our 4th of July celebration."
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