Seriously, I feel like I’m at the beach, toes in the sand, and the warm sun beating down on my see-through skin (not getting burnedJ). Skinny Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade: Fresh strawberries mixed with lemon La Croix and just a touch of sweetness make the most refreshing drink. Introduced in the early 1980s, LaCroix sparkling water is having quite the resurgence. Discover (and save!) Lemon vodka is the perfect spirit and contributes to the layered citrus flavors. Alissa is the former urbanism editor at Gizmodo. Daelmans Soft Toasted Stroopwafels 96-Pack, better alternatives to bottled sparkling waters, Vinho verde or other very light white wine, Slices of tropical fruits like mango, pineapple, melon. Instead of stirring sugary mixers into your alcohol, you can add the same zesty splash of flavor with no added clunkiness—and lots and lots of tiny bubbles. Happy crafting! can’t wait to read your story . Blackberry Cucumber Skinny Mojito: This cocktail calls for Blackberry Cucumber La Croix and clocks in at just 90 calories and seven grams of sugar, compared to traditional mojitos at 242 calories and 25 grams of sugar. Together with Camp by Walmart, we're showing you how to create your own autumn-inspired headpiece for Thanksgiving dinner and beyond. Curious about these La Croix cocktails? By adding the La Croix, you spritz your Paloma up with some more grapefruit flavor with bubbles, creating a classic twist on an old favorite. Ingredients: Two shots of Malibu, a splash of mango juice (I always get Langer's Mango Nectar), and mango La Croix. Add LaCroix. So if you like coconut, this is a great refreshing drink without any of the added sugar. It’s sweet and tart all in one sip. Cucumber adds a clean and crisp finishing touch. You need to give it up to With Salt & With for putting a LaCroix spin on the classic sugary, tangy lemon drop. Ingredients: Two shots cinnamon moonshine, apple cider, maraschino cherries, and apple cranberry La Croix. Combine equal parts of all three ingredients, serve with a pineapple wedge. (via With Salt and Wit), 5. The scratch-made cardamom sugar brings out the subtle orange essence in the Lillet. Grapefruit and Rosemary Margarita: When sugary and overly processed lime margaritas begin to pall, reach for this recipe. After one sip of the coconut vodka, coconut La Croix, guava and pineapple over crushed ice, you’ll be transported to a beach relaxation mode. I swear Felicity can be the biggest snot. I also like the fact that LaCroix’s water is responsibly sourced here in the US. If you haven't experienced a worthy tailgate, try checking out the top 35 tailgating colleges in America. © 2010-2020 Wow Media Products, Inc doing business as PureWow. Using LaCroix is one of my favorite ways to make cocktails! Pineapple Coconut Mojito: If a mojito and a piña colada had a baby, this drink would be it. shots of white rum, ¼ cup orange juice, and the squeeze of half a lime. Muddle mint leaves in the bottom of a glass, add rum, lime juice and ice, then top it up with a sparkling coconut La Croix. (via Eating Bird Food), 7. I was not a believer in spritzers but a lil’ LaCroix even makes rosé even better. 1. Although LaCroix has been around forever, its sales have tripled since 2009. Ingredients: Two shots of Buttershots schnapps, a splash of pineapple juice, and coconut La Croix. As in, it’s everywhere. Coconut La Croix is the JAM! Muddle (mash on the bottom) a few maraschino cherries, add the two shots, add the equivalent of apple cider, and pour in the La Croix. Combine equal parts bourbon, tea, and lemonade, freeze until almost frozen (it probably won’t freeze all the way due to the booze). Pretty cool, huh? The water is named after the St. Croix River and La Crosse, Wisconsin. Follow us on Pinterest. Grapefruit & Rosemary Cocktail: This cocktail is guilt-free by using all natural sweeteners (honey or agave), fruits and fresh herbs. We *heart* it for the natural flavors, each one more exotic than the next. Ingredients: Two shots or two of your choice of whiskey (I prefer Jameson), a dash of sour mix, and cherry lime flavored La Croix to tie it together. She has worked at many websites including iVillage, Ladies Home Journal, More, Parenting, Cosmopolitan, The Knot and YourTango, in jobs ranging from editor to COO. Sometimes even adding a little bit of my homemade ginger simple syrup and Island Coconut Skinny Girl Vodka. This is why La Croix works so well for cocktails, especially ones that you must gulp down when it’s 95 and humid. Peach-Apricot Lillet Blanc Fizz With Cardamom Sugar: Peach and apricot juices and peach-pear La Croix turn this traditional French-infused wine on its head. Remove from fridge and scoop into glass, pour LaCroix over the slush until it’s a drinkable consistency. But there are some other great reasons to drink LaCroix. Thanks to Ann Friedman, Margaret Wappler, Summer Block Kumar, Doree Shafrir, Jade Chang, Carolina Miranda, and Mikey Burton (who is probably the biggest LaCroix fan I know). For this reason I have become obsessed with drinking them on a daily basis. Ladle out into glasses, including the fruit. Be sure to head over to Camp by Walmart to watch the tutorial now. You’ll love this pineapple, coconut, guava, and lime cocktail, it tastes like paradise in a glass! Alcoholic seltzers are all the rage and trending brands such as Truly, Spiked Seltzer, and Nauti Seltzer are seen everywhere. (via Pizzazzerie), 3. Coconut Mojitos: Just when you thought you couldn’t get any better than a classic mojito, this refreshing sipper shows up. Rachel Anne Ramos. ), RELATED: The Ultimate Summer Cocktail Guide. Instant festive and sparkling cooler. It really is that refreshing! This is a zestier take on a cosmo, and you don’t have to drink it in that stupid glass. Never created a password? There are 12 official LaCroix flavors, although I only see about half of them regularly on shelves. Ingredients: Two shots of St. Germain Liqueur, peach-pear La Croix, and frozen strawberries to throw in to give it more fruity flavors. Although it does, indeed, taste a little like sunblock. 10 La Croix Cocktails to Make for a Bougie Tailgate All you need is a little La Croix to make your game day. Why not contribute to the madness? LaCroix is everyone’s cool aunt. 21 Day Fix Cocktails I love mango everything so I knew I needed to create something satisfying! Required fields are marked *. (via Hello Glow), 10. (via With Salt and Wit), 9.