Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Say Buh-Bye To Nasty-Ass Soda…Homemade 10 Second Sprite!!!

Updated: September 12, 2016

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.Wanna know a secret?

I drink “Sprite” at least five nights a week.

But it’s not real Sprite.

EWWW! Sick! Gag/barf/throw!!!

I mean…let’s get real, I’d rather die than drink Sprite.


Anyway, I’m super excited to share a top-secret recipe ( invented by my friend, Mike ) that I’m literally OBSESSED with:

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Can we just talk how amazing this bubbly lil recipe tastes?

Mmmkay, let’s talk about it:

First of all, it’s like ten calories. Zero artifical sugar. Fresh & clean ingreds. The ‘soda’ contains lemon & lime & mint & blackberries. Super clean, right?

Some benefits:

Lemon = helps neutralize free radicals & contains antibacterial properties.

Lime = an excellent weight reducer & benefits the skin.

Mint = a natural stimulate & promotes digestion.

Blackberries = super high in vitamins & antioxidants.

Plus soda water ( note: use a soda water with barely any sodium ) is sooo filling!

FYI: this version ‘Sprite’ happens to be the most refreshing thing, ever.

Don’t believe me?

I’m enjoying a chilled glass ( bible! ) as I write this post.

Oh, & on Fridays, it may or may not taste good with a coupla splashes of vodka.


{ Another yummy light drink recipe can be found here & here }.

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.

Lauryn Evarts talks fitness, health, and diet.


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  1. Mallory

    Thanks for this! I stopped drinking any kind of coke (or soda) about a year ago (I was a 2 can a day diet coke junkie) but I do splurge once every month or so. Since I don’t drink them very often anymore though, they’ve started tasting pretty chemically, syrupy, sugary, yucky instead of being a “treat” so I’ll have to try this next time I have a craving for one!

  2. Megan

    genius! it probably tastes way better than Sprite too! Also, just wanted to thank you for your egg white french toast recipe. Made it today and it was delish!
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  3. MJ

    OMG!!! Thank you sooooo much for this recipe. I’m in the middle of ending a very icky love affair with Dt. Coke and this recipe is going to come in handy.

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  5. Laura

    Made this for my friends at my Superbowl party and it was a HUGE hit! We of course added vodka and it was so delish and refreshing! Thanks for posting it.

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  8. Eli Menifee

    The problem with this is the stevia. Artificial sugar is just as bad for you as regular sugar. In fact worse, it has the same bad effects as sugar and more. Let me explain, your only suppose to have 8 grams of sugars a day. Long story short the processed food companies made sure this word didn’t get out. Now you think you know what happens with sugar but most of you dont. All food turns into sugar. We can’t do anything about that. When you eat nuts, fruit , vegetables, and etc the fiber slows down how fast your body digest the sugar.That is important because when you eat stuff that isn’t packed with fiber all the sugar is rushed down your body; your body can’t handle it so it makes the sugar insulin. Insulin is storage also known as fat. Now I know your gonna hate about this but the truth sucks. After all sugar has been found more addictive then cocaine & heroin!!!
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