Strawberry Lemonade Fizz

I’m so happy to be back on the blog after my three month hiatus!  I decided to start off with a fizzy, refreshing and flavorful beverage that is perfect for spring and summer.  This Strawberry Lemonade Fizz is the perfect combination of sweet berries, sour lemon and bubbles … because everything is better with bubbles!  

strawberry lemonade fizz

Before I get to the recipe I want to welcome you to the new and improved WonkyWonderful!  Back in February I took a break from blogging due to an illness (nothing too serious).  Once I was feeling better I decided to just take a little extra time and have my blog transferred from Weebly to WordPress.  This meant creating a completely new site and making a lot of changes.  I hope you take a look around and decide that these changes are an improvement.

First I must thank Samantha of Samantha Brook Creations for transferring my blog as well as answering my many questions.  And I ask a lot of questions!

You will notice that the recipes are now printable and that the overall look is easier to follow.  Also, if you would like to take a peek at a specific type of recipe all you need to do is hover over the recipe tab above and a drop-down menu will appear.

Anyhoo, feel free to take a look around and tell me what you think of the new site.  This is a work in progress so stay on the lookout for new features and please excuse me while I am learning how to utilize all of those new features.

strawberry lemonade fizz

Now let’s get back to the Strawberry Lemonade Fizz.  I have been mixing these sparkling beverages a lot lately because I am trying to overcome my diet soda addiction.  So far, so good.  The bubbly carbonation of this strawberry lemonade helps to keep me from reaching for a Diet Coke.  I’ve been drinking much less diet soda since replacing it with this healthy and energizing alternative.

strawberry lemonade fizz

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Strawberry Lemonade Fizz
Servings: 2
Author: WonkyWonderful
  • 1 & 1/2 Cups Pureed Strawberries 15-20 strawberries
  • 5-6 Tb Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice 1 large lemon or 2 small lemons
  • 2-4 Tb Maple Syrup depending on the sweetness of the berries
  • 12 Ounces Seltzer Water
  • Ice
  1. Puree the strawberries, lemon juice and maple syrup until completely liquefied.
  2. Fill glasses with ice.
  3. Pour strawberry-lemon mixture over ice, filling glasses halfway or more.
  4. Top off the glasses with seltzer water and give it a quick stir.
Recipe Notes
The maple syrup can be replaced with your preferred sweetener. (sugar, honey, stevia, etc.)
Seltzer Water can be found in the soda section or the alcohol mixer aisle in the grocery store.
I would imagine that a shot of vodka would be a great addition if you want to make this an Adult Strawberry Lemonade Fizz!
strawberry lemonade fizz

“A smile starts on the lips, A grin spreads to the eyes, A chuckle comes from the belly; But a good laugh bursts forth from the soul, Overflows, and bubbles all around.”     Carolyn Birmingham

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  1. Yahoo!!! Love the new site, welcome back to blogging! Can’t wait for all the new posts! This is great drink Nicole, I can see myself sipping this on the deck this summer. Nice to know the kids can have their version and I can have my spiked version!

  2. This looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it!

  3. It all looks very glam around the new site, glad to see you back!

    I have a terrible coke zero addiction and I seriously need to get off it! This looks like a lovely alternative.

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks Mel, it was time for a change around here. Darn diet soda is hard to quit! I’ve quit smoking, alcohol and fast food … but I just can’t quit drinking diet soda! Makes me wonder what they really put in that stuff. I just noticed your Wet Your Pants Wednesday – Birthday Edition – On my way over to check it out right now!

  4. Hi Nicole,
    Yay!! Welcome back:) Glad to hear it wasn’t serious.
    I love the site, glad you got over to WordPress, I know you’ve been wanting to do that… Congrats on the move. Love the new header, too, so cute!
    This is a great recipe to start with, can’t wait to try it out…yes, with vodka…of course.

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks Di! I’m so glad you came over to check out the new site. And, I’m very excited to get back to blogging 🙂

  5. Love this:))) Just shared on Facebook:))

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks so much Evelyn! This Strawberry Lemonade Fizz would be great with any of your wonderful tex-mex recipes 🙂

  6. This was yummy!

  7. Rita @ suburbsmama says:

    Yum! this looks so good and pretty! If you get a chance, please link this up to my linky party:

  8. Hi Nicole,
    I found you on the I Heart Nap Time’s Sundae link party. This drink is beautiful as well as healthy. I’ve done something similar but never pureed the strawberries. I will definitely be trying this tomorrow. I liked you on facebook and will add you to my Bloglovin and Feedly. Happy to have found you. You can find me at , Facebook and Pinterest.

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks Debbie, I hope you enjoy! I am now following you on fb as well. Have a great week!

  9. It looks yummy and your blog looks great!
    Hope you’re feeling better!

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks a bunch! I am feeling better, thanks for asking. Have a wonderful week!

  10. Just found your blog and love it! I’ve been trying to cut my Coca Cola and Dr. Pepper habit and this looks delicious.. Can’t wait to try it!

    • Nicole says:

      Hi Tara, glad to meet ya! I too am attempting to reduce my soda intake. These fizzy drinks are really helping. Good Luck!

  11. Awesome! I make strawberry soda as well but never thought to add lemons. I also make violet and rose petal soda….the violet especially is awesome:

    Love your new site- it looks beautiful!
    Fresh Eggs Daily

    • Nicole says:

      Violet and Rose Petal Soda … That is so interesting! Now I’m curious. Thanks for stopping by!

  12. This looks delicious and refreshing! Thanks for the great share 🙂

  13. This looks yummy! Sharing with my followers 🙂

  14. So very Summertime cool! I hope you don’t mind that I’ve reposted it at my gallery, “The Blog Post Office”. It’s like a reverse linky. Please let me know if you are not happy with that, I can always remove it for you. But I’m really hoping you won‘t mind as all the posts will be a gallery of wonderful items.

    Thank you so much, Victoria Lavender

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Hi Victoria! I so glad that you like the recipe and I certainly don’t mind that you included it in your gallery. Thanks and have a lovely weekend!

  15. Helle says:

    I’ve just tried it – and it is absolutely heaven. Cheers for sharing your recipe.

    Have a lovely weekend!

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I so happy that you tried this and enjoyed! Thanks, you have a wonderful weekend as well 🙂

  16. YUM! This looks so refreshing!!! Your pictures are awesome! I can’t wait to try this!

    ~Jen @ Yummy Healthy Easy

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Thanks for the compliments Jen! I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!

  17. this sounds delicious, my girls would love it!

  18. I’m so glad I found you through your quest post on ‘Hubby Made me Blog’. Love that you’re sweetening with Maple Syrup and Honey and using berries in a way I would never have dreamed up. Thank You!

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed my fizzy drink recipes! I will be drinking a ton of these refreshing beverages this summer.

  19. LOVE the new look and this fizzy drink is perfect for Summer! Pinned!

  20. Oh Nicole! This looks sooo refreshing! too bad is so late right now otherwise I’ll make myself a pitcher of this deliciousness! thank you so much for sharing this recipe! Came over to visit you from Under the Table and Dreaming party, pining to onto my Thisty? C’mon have a Drink board!

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Thanks for stopping by and for pinning, Lizy! This is a great summertime drink. I hope you enjoy!

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