Our blueberry soda is a crisp refreshing drink that’s perfect for your next outdoor grilling session. Best of all, you don’t need a soda machine to make it!
Yesterday, we shared our blueberry simple syrup recipe. Today, we’re sharing a homemade soda that you can make using that syrup.
This blueberry soda recipe only uses a few ingredients and takes minutes to prepare.
So, the next time you decide to fire up the grill, add this beverage to your list. You won’t be disappointed.
Kim and I have been making sodas at home for quite awhile now. We don’t own a soda machine, I’ve never seen the need for it.
Most sodas only require three main ingredients; a simple syrup or flavored syrup, club soda or tonic water, and ice.
It’s up to you to toy with the amounts of each ingredient to find the right balance.
How to make blueberry soda?
First, you’ll need to make sure you have the blueberry syrup ready. After that, grab one 10-ounce glass.
Next, add ice and fresh blueberries (optional), to the glass. Then, pour in 2-ounces of the syrup.
Last, pour in 6-ounces of club soda (soda water or tonic water). Use a spoon to stir the mixture.
That’s it, the blueberry soda is done! Kim and I hope you enjoy this drink and wish you all the best 🙂
Don’t forget to check out our Blueberry Soda web story!
- 6 Ounces Club Soda (seltzer water, tonic water, soda water)
- [2 Ounces Blueberry Simple Syrup]
- 1/2 Cup Ice
- Fresh Blueberries for Garnish (optional)
- Place ice and fresh blueberries, if using, into a tall glass. Pour in blueberry simple syrup and club soda. Stir to combine.
- Serve cold.