Healthy Homemade Grape Fizz Recipe @Kidstir #MySillyLittleGang

Healthy Homemade Grape Fizz Recipe @Kidstir #MySillyLittleGang

If your kids are anything like mine, they must like soda. I don’t let them have any unless it’s a special occasion. Here is a delicious recipe from Kidstir for a healthy homemade grape fizz. Enjoy!

Healthy Homemade Grape Fizz Recipe @Kidstir #MySillyLittleGang

Healthy Homemade Grape Fizz Recipe

Like I mentioned above I don’t let my boys drink soda unless it’s a special occasion, and even then I limit them to one. That’s why when Kidstir reached out to see if I would share this recipe with you, we had to try it out.

I was so surprised at how easy it is to prepare and we all loved the flavor. I hope you enjoy it. If you recreate it please tag bot Kidstir and me on social media. We’d love to see your pictures!

Wondering what a homemade grape fizz is? It’s a better-for-you soda is made with just three ingredients including fresh grapes. It’s easy enough for the kids to make on their own!

If your kids reach for a can of soda, have them peek at the ingredients—they’ll see artificial coloring, preservatives, and up to 50 grams of sugar! Instead, help them make this better-for-you-soda with just three ingredients—fruit juice, carbonated water, and a little sugar. And don’t forget to enjoy your drinks in style with these Silly ‘Stache and Smile cutouts! You can also download and print out this handy sheet for some around-the-world fun.

Kidstir Grape Fizz

Photo Credit: Kidstir

Healthy Homemade Grape Fizz

Makes 4 Servings


2 cups seedless red grapes, washed

2 cups sparkling water (plain carbonated water)

simple syrup (optional, see recipe below)


1. First, pull the rinsed grapes off the stems. Place them into a blender.

2. A grown-up can help blend the grapes until they turn into juice.

3. Set a strainer over a measuring cup. Pour the juice into the strainer. Press it through the strainer by stirring with a spoon. You should now have about 1 cup of grape juice.

4. Fill a small pitcher with the sparkling water. Add the grape juice and stir well.

5. Taste the grape fizz. What do you think? If it’s too tart, stir in 3 to 6 tablespoons of Simple Syrup to the pitcher. Pour into glasses.

6. To make a sweetener for your grape fizz, a grown-up can heat 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water in a saucepan. Bring it to a boil and stir. When the sugar has dissolved, remove it from the heat and let it cool. Add 1 tablespoon of syrup at a time until your drink tastes perfect to you!

About Kidstir

Kidstir is a unique subscription service for children that can be joined or given as a gift, or you can send one of the single kits, as well. Each month, Kidstir will send your child a cooking kit filled with three delicious, nutritious recipes, kid-size cooking tools, games, and activities! With a focus on fresh, nutritious food and hands-on fun, Kidstir was created by moms who know that through cooking, children will gain important life skills in the kitchen — and cook up some fun family memories through the process.

Monthly, 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month subscriptions are available with free shipping. Plus, Kidstir will debut a new surprise kit which will be revealed on the 21st of each month! All subscribers receive a 2 years Magazine Subscription to Real Simple, Parents or All Recipes magazines as a thank you bonus. A Cookbook Binder and Sibling cooking tools & creative materials can be added at checkout.

Learn more about Kidstir on their website.

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  1. Tamra Phelps

    This is a pretty neat idea. I might even put it in the freezer and turn it into a sort of sorbet.

    1. Silvie (Post author)

      Oooh, that sounds yummy!


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