Having trouble getting rid of that soda habit? Try switching to a slightly healthier version by J-Wro.
Time to get the taste buds dazzling. Jason Wrobel keeps his theme of childhood comfort food recipes going with a super healthy, delicious version of the classic Dr. Pepper. This plant-based recipe will be a favorite of your taste buds and whatever taste buds happen to be in your general area. Dr. Pepper is one of Jason's old school favorites growing up and he's excited to share this much healthier option with you! This black cherry cinnamon soda will only take a few minutes to make. So get ready to enjoy a yummy, bitey, cinnamony, berry flavor!
Dark Cherry Cinnamon Soda
- 1 ½ cups pure black cherry juice
- 1 ½ tablespoons raw coconut nectar
- 1 dropperful organic liquid stevia
- ¼ teaspoon alcohol free organic cinnamon extract
- 1 capful Liquid Light
- 1 liter sparkling mineral water
We'll start by making a simple syrup, basically that soda syrup we're all familiar with, but of course much healthier!
J-Wro creates the base by adding organic black cherry juice, raw coconut nectar, stevia, and cinnamon extract. For extra minerals to help detoxify, add Sunwarrior Liquid Light, then whisk away.
Grab your favorite mineral water and pour it into a large glass at an angle to prevent too much of that carbonation from escaping. Give your syrup base another quick whisk then add it to your water. Mix it well and pour it into your drinking glasses. Now enjoy the healthy, homemade, superfood, low glycemic likeness of one of America’s most beloved soda pops. If you’re feeling a little hipster or nostalgic, grab some old glass bottles, pour your blend in, and start reminiscing about the good ole days.
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