Sparkling Berry Lemonade

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This Sparkling Berry Lemonade is so refreshing during hot summer days and always a huge hit at parties for adults and kids alike! You’re going to love the combination of mixed berries, lemonade, and club soda.

This sparkling drink will quickly join our favorites, like watermelon sangria and this raspberry lime wine spritzer, as the perfect summer drinks!

A cup of Sparkling Berry Lemonade with lemons and berries.



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How to Make Sparkling Lemonade

This Sparkling Berry Lemonade is such a quick and easy recipe to prepare. The prep time is five minutes and the results are wonderful.

  1. Combine lemonade and club soda.
  2. Add in berries and lemon slices.

This lemonade isn’t overly sweet and not too sour, it’s a perfect balance!

Two glasses of Sparkling Berry Lemonade with berries and lemon slices.

What Kind of Berries To Use

You can use your favorite combination or whatever you have on hand; raspberries, strawberries, blackberries or blueberries are all great.

Kiwi and strawberries are also a delicious combination. Add fresh lemon slices for appeal and the fresh lemon taste.

Can I use Frozen Berries?

Yes! Frozen berries are great in this recipe. In fact, I used frozen mixed berries in this recipe.

No need to thaw them, just add them in frozen. They act as ice cubes without diluting the berry lemonade!

Sparkling Berry Lemonade being poured into a glass from a pitcher.


  • Club Soda: You can definitely substitute the club soda. Use mineral water or seltzer water instead.
  • Lemonade: I used frozen concentrated lemonade in this recipe. You can use your favorite lemonade instead, frozen or refrigerated, and add a freshly squeezed lemon to it!

A pitcher of Sparkling Berry Lemonade with ice, berries, and lemons.

Lemonade is just perfect for hot summer days! Serve it with a platter of fruit with strawberry dip or this easy fruit dip for a supercharged, refreshing treat!

Sweet Summer Sipping

Lemonade in a glass with berries and lemon wedges
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Servings: 6 servings
Sparkling Berry Lemonade
Prep Time:
5 mins
Total Time:
5 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Sparkling Berry Lemonade

This Sparkling Berry Lemonade is so refreshing during hot summer days and always a huge hit at parties for adults and kids alike!

  • 12 oz. Minute Maid Lemonade
  • 2 liters club soda
  • 16 oz. fresh or frozen berries
  • lemons
  1. In a pitcher pour in the minute maid lemonade.
  2. Pour in the club soda, and mix.
  3. Add the berries and lemons to the pitcher and mix.
  4. Keep cold. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information
Amount per serving (1glass) — Calories: 149, Sodium: 74mg, Potassium: 88mg, Carbohydrates: 37g, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 31g, Vitamin A: 35%, Vitamin C: 9.3%, Calcium: 27%, Iron: 0.2%

(Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)

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A glass of Sparkling Berry Lemonade garnished with lemon wedges.


Sparkling Berry Lemonade being poured into a glass.
Top photo - top view of two glasses of Sparkling Berry Lemonade. Bottom photo - one glass of lemonade with a lemon wedge on the glass.

Valentina Ablaev

Valentina is a busy wife and mom of five children. She immigrated from Ukraine to the US as a young girl. Growing up, she was accustomed to foods of the Russian (European) cuisine. When she got married and had her own kitchen, she really started to experiment with different foods and cuisines and fell in love with creating recipes combining unique flavors. She now runs a blog, Valentina’s Corner, where she shares her passion and love for from-scratch food, creating content and sharing it with others

2 comments on “Sparkling Berry Lemonade”

  1. Looks great!  If I want to use a bottle of light lemonade that we love, how much club soda should I add to it since I’m not using a concentrate? 

    • If using lemonade instead of concentrate, simply add the juice of one lemon to the mixture. All other ingredients remain the same. Enjoy Andrea!

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