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Under 30 Minutes

Cranberry-Grapefruit Sparkler

Cranberries, citrus, and pomegranates all harbor antioxidants such as vitamin C that will boost your immunity as cold and flu season rolls around.

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  • Yield: Makes two 12-ounce drinks
Cranberry-Grapefruit Sparkler

Photography: Jonathon Kantor

Source: Body+Soul, November/December 2005


  • 1 cup cranberry juice
  • 1 cup grapefruit juice
  • 1 cup sparkling mineral water
  • Juice of 1/2 lime


  1. Combine ingredients in 2 tall glasses, adding 1/2 cup of each juice, 1/2 cup sparkling mineral water, and a squeeze of lime to each glass. Stir, add ice, and serve with a slice of lime.

Cook's Note

Create sparklers using fresh, organic juices -- look for ones without added sugar or high-fructose corn syrup -- and sparkling mineral water. With an effervescent kick, a generous dose of vitamins, and less sugar than straight juice, they provide a healthy way to rehydrate.

Reviews (3)

  • karacae 21 Jul, 2011

    I tried it.. nice..but does it need a little bit of sweet?

  • michelle411 13 Apr, 2010

    I have a juicer can i use the juicer for this recipe with the cranberries or the grapefruits?

  • Pili 26 Jul, 2008

    Very refreshing, very good flavor

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