I Heart You Valentine’s Day Drink

So sweet is this I Heart You Valentine’s Day Drink – fun for kids and easy to make into a cocktail for adults! This is my favorite way to cut calories in my drinks…so read below!

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

Start by freezing cranberry juice in a heart shape mold. Any red colored juice will do.

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

I am a little addicted to carbonation and I have a hard time staying away form diet sodas because of this. I have found that plain or flavored seltzer water does the trick. It has 0 calories with no sugar or sugar substitues. On the other hand, it is not very sweet. Sometimes I can drink the flavored seltzer by itself or I add a splash of juice. A full glass of seltzer with an once or two of juice makes for a very low calorie drink…and it’s tasty!

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

Pop out the hearts and add your favorite flavored seltzer with a splash of juice for the kids! As the heart melts it will turn the seltzer pink, releasing the juice to flavor the drink.

For an adult version – use tonic water and a berry flavored vodka to turn this drink into a cocktail! Sounds yummy! Cheers!!

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

I Heart You Valentine's day drink

These would be so pretty to serve at an adult Valentine’s Day dinner party! How about you…do you have any big plans for Valentin’s Day?

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Comments

  1. You’re so creative with ‘frozen’ DIY projects! Love this drink idea — plus using Seltzer in place of high-calories sodas!

  2. So cute! I have a lot of valentine foods, but not any fun drinks. Thanks so much for sharing!! Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. How clever! I would love for you to link up with us at The Hopeless Housewife!

  4. what fun!! love it, thanks for linking up to Saturday Dishes w/ Call Me PMc.com ~ Paula

  5. YUM! I wish I had some right now :)
    Debbie

  6. My favorite ingredients! Simple and delicious! Thank you!

  7. OK…this is perfect for Valentine’s Day! Think I’m going to this with Presecco…thanks for sharing!

  8. Very cool drink with heart. Creative. Take care, Linda

  9. I featured this post today on my Valentines roundup! Thanks for linking up!
    Kim

  10. Very cute!

  11. So simple and gorgeous! I appreciate that you did something creative with with drinks. I always want like 3 different beverages in front of me, but they are a little neglected in blogland!

  12. very cool :D definitely gonna have to try this but with some other flavor. not too big on cranberry ;)

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