Fruity Fizz Punch

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Fruity Fizz Punch

Summer is one of the busiest times of year here in the Artsy Family! We’re constantly on the go, whether it’s playing outside, taking walks around the neighborhood, gardening, going on day trips, or any number of other activities. There’s always something fun on the calendar, so I definitely don’t have time to be sick…and I’m guessing you don’t either! I’m constantly looking for ways to avoid germs and to boost my immune system to stay healthy. Here is a recipe I use for a tasty punch made with Emergen-C; it’s fizzy, fruity, and a tasty way to make sure you’re hydrated. You can drink it daily or anytime you feel like your immune system needs an extra boost, like I did this week after working with several sniffling, coughing kiddos at VBS.

Fruity Fizz Punch

Fruity Fizz Punch

Prep Time: 5 minutes Serves: 2

– 2 packets of Emergen-C 
– 1 Cup Dasani water
– 1 Cup gingerale
– 1/2 Cup strawberries
– 3 scoops orange sherbet

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into two glasses. If you like, you can top your drink with a fresh strawberry and/or a small scoop of sherbet.


This recipe is quick and easy to make, and you can find most of the ingredients at your local Walgreens. Plus, during the month of June, buy a pack of your favorite flavor Emergen-C {30ct} and get a 1 Liter bottle of Dasani FREE at Walgreens stores! Do you have an active lifestyle too?


Fruity Fizz Punch is a great post-workout option because it will replace key electrolytes lost through perspiration. It can also give you a natural energy boost with 7 B vitamins, and helps your immune system by containing more Vitamin C than 10 oranges!

Fruity Fizz Punch

What about you? How do you stay hydrated and healthy over the summer? I’d love to hear your tips and tricks, as well as if you’ve tried Emergen-C!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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  1. i have never tried Emergen-C so will have to check it out especially so I can enjoy this delicious sounding drink. Thank you for sharing your recipe. Cathy

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