Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Fun Seasonal Drinks for Kids with SodaStream!

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We were asked to create some Fun Seasonal Drinks for Kids and my boys (including myself) have loved using our new SodaStream Play! We focused on kids drinks, but you can create so many drink ideas using sparkling water including all sorts of adult beverages as well.


When I told my boys that we were receiving a SodaStream they were beyond excited! One of the best things about the SodaStream is how you can make up your own flavors & all of the other natural flavors that you can choose from the SodaStream site.

We received the SodaStream Play Starter Kit including The SodaStream machine, carbonation, a sample pack of flavors, & a bottle. We chose the color black, but they have lots of colors to choose from. The box also included a free Skin coupon code to choose from & we chose the Penguin…isn’t it so cute?! They have so many Skins to choose from including tons of prints, your favorite sports teams, and so many others.

Here is a side view of our SodaStream Play

The SodaStream is very easy to operate. My boys have had lots of fun using it & making their own drinks. You pop in the carbonation in the back side. Then you fill up the bottle with water. You pull out the front & screw in your bottle like this…

Then you stand the bottle up straight & press the top for the bubbles. This is the extra fun part & my boys have to take turns creating bubbles.

We came up with some fun ideas using our SodaStream Play & our first drink creation is Reindeer Root Beer

Reindeer Root Beer

Ingredients:

  • SodaStream Natural Root Beer Flavor
  • Pretzel Twists
  • White Cookie Icing
  • Candy Eyes
  • Red M&M’s


Directions:

  1. Attach the eyes & candy nose onto the glass using the icing & let that set for about 5 minutes.
  2. Fill up your water bottle & attach it to the SodaStream. We pressed it 2 times for 2 seconds.
  3. Pour the carbonated water in the glasses with some ice.
  4. Then add your Root Beer flavor according to directions.
  5. Place the broken pretzel twist (they will stay put) on the edges of the glass & serve!

    Here is my 4 year old with his Reindeer Root Beer

    The next drink we made was Strawberry Santa Soda

Strawberry Santa Soda

Ingredients:

  • SodaStream Carbonated Water
  • Strawberry Preserves
  • Strawberries
  • Coconut Marshmallows
  • Marshmallow Bits
  • 3 Mini Marshmallows
  • White Cookie Icing
  • Red Sprinkles
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Decorative Straws

We started out by making our fun Santa Marshmallow Pops. This is totally optional, but we think it just adds so much cuteness to the drink! The kids will love this for Christmas.

Directions:

  1. Press your coconut marshmallows into lollipop sticks.
  2. Cut a marshmallow bit in half & press a edible marker on the tops for pupils. Attach on with the white icing. Also attach on the red sprinkle nose.
  3. We made a beard using the marshmallow bits attaching with the icing. The marshmallow bits are so tiny so they will stay put & dry quickly.
  4. We cut a couple of strawberries & placed them on top for the hat. Cut a few mini marshmallows in half & attach on the front just below the hat.
  5. For this drink we melted down 3 Tablespoons of strawberry preserves (you can also crush a hand full of strawberries & add a little sugar to make a syrup). You can do this in the microwave (25 seconds) or on the stove over low heat until melted.
  6. Create your soda in the Soda Stream & then mix in the strawberry syrup.
  7. We also added a few strawberry slices. This was for 2 glasses.

You can put your Santa Marshmallow Pops in a decorate straw. This way the kids can pull out the Santa pop & sip on their fun Strawberry Santa Soda!:)

Here are my 2 older boys with their fun Santa Soda

We also created a Home Remedy Fizz. Every time my boys are sick with a cold the nurse or doctor will always suggest giving them honey & lemon. I have tried lots of ways giving them this & it never works. They love honey on bread, etc… but will never drink it or eat it from a spoon. So…we thought of this Home Remedy Fizz for kids like my boys to enjoy their honey & lemon to help them feel better.

We tried different ways making this and our final version is a winner according to my boys. They loved it!

Home Remedy Fizz

Ingredients:

  • SodaStream Natural Ginger Ale
  • 1/2 of a Lemon
  • 1 Tablespoon of Natural Honey


Directions:

  1. Start out by making your soda in the SodaStream machine.
  2. Then add 1 Tablespoon of honey
  3. Squeeze 1/2 of a lemon in the glass
  4. Add 1 Tablespoon of Natural Ginger Ale.

Your sick kiddos will be begging for this stuff & it will put a big smile of their sad little faces!:)

This is a sponsored post in partnership with SodaStream Play. I was provided compensation and the Play machine. All opinions are 100% our own. We absolutely love our SodaStream Play & think that you will love it as well!
If you like our Fun Seasonal Drinks for Kids…make sure to check out our other fun Drink ideas HERE!