Looking for the perfect holiday drink to wow your guests? This sugar free sparkling apple ginger aid punch is a perfect party hit and is a non alcoholic drink both the kids and adults will adore! Holiday spices, pressed apple juice, ginger aid, and all the fresh apples and cranberries! Paleo, sugar free, dairy free.
Holiday cheer and everything spice already?! Yes!!!! So stoked for this Christmas season and bringing in the holidays with this gorgeous spiced up pressed apple sparkling ginger aid thingy… unsure what to call it at this point. But it’s GOOD.
Busting full of all the seasonal flavors. It’s the perfect non-alcoholic drink to serve guests and family during this Christmas season. I served this at our family gathering this thanksgiving and it was a hit! All the kids and adults were be scrambling for a glass of this sugar free party in a cup!
Zevia is lit. Like, I love everything about stevia and sparkling water. So, the fact that it’s packaged up like soda and comes in all the favorite flavors- bomb. I know not everyone is a huge carbonation fan, but I sure am! Maybe it was because my mom never gave us soda as kids or something. But, here I am at 21 and loving all my kombuchas, sparkling waters, and zevia!
Zevia’s ginger aid soda flavor is the perfect pair for this Christmasy drink! And since it’s a zero calorie, sugar free, stevia sweetened soda I can drink it and not have to worry about artificial sweeteners/colors and loads of suuuugar. Thank you zevia. Kids will love it. And parents will love giving it to their kids. Too bad this wasn’t around when I was a munchkin.
In my normal day to day I’m just a water girl. Like, LOTS of water girl (okay, besides my kombucha). But when the holidays roll around, it’s fun to treat yourself (and fam!) to something a bit more sweet and festive. I’ve thoroughly been enjoying almond nog and this sparkling apple ginger aid punch! Iced and crammed with all the fresh apples and cranberries- it’s fresh, flavorful, and a celebration of the season!
*Disclaimer: Those frosted rosemary “trees” are actually dusted with arrowroot flour and not sugar! Haha, I love to find healthy hacks to make food pretty. 🙂
For a fun and decretive way to serve this punch- add cinnamon sticks and frosted rosemary “trees” to each glass and everything will come to liffffe.