Mango Syrup Soda
If you're anything like us, you may be bored of the same old drinks you see at the store or the DIY recipes online, but have you heard of Mango Soda? All you need are some simple ingredients like mango, water, sugar, and sparkling water to make this delicious homemade beverage that is fitting for any occasion-- whether you're looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or an after-dinner treat, this recipe has got you covered. So grab your ingredients and get ready to experience a unique flavor like no other!
How to Make Mango Soda
Mango Syrup Soda
- 0.33 Mango
- 52.67 g Sugar
- 59.33 g Water
- Sparkling Water
- Soda Maker (Any kind!)
What Kind of Sparkling Water Should I Use to Make a Mango Soda?
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What Are the Health Benefits of Mangos?
Mangos are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants. They also contain a unique combination of polyphenol antioxidants which can help boost your immunity and fight off free radicals. Mangos are also known to have anti-inflammatory properties, making them an excellent choice for people who suffer from inflammation or joint pain. And if all these benefits weren’t enough, mangos are also a great source of energy and can help you stay hydrated.
In fact, mango peels are also a great source of mangiferin, norathyriol, and resveratrol, which are powerful antioxidants that may help prevent or fight cancers. Instead of throwing away your peels after making your delicious mango syrup, try making these mango skin alternative recipes:
Mango Skin Syrup:
To make, add your skins to a sealed container and add in 1:1 grams of sugar. Seal your container and allow to sit overnight or until the sugar has dissolved in the peel's juices. Strain your syrup into a glass bottle and store in the fridge for up to 1 month. Try using this mango skin simple syrup in classic cocktails to give it a tropical twist!
Mango Skin Chips:
Take your mango peels and toss them in cumin, salt, and smoked paprika, and then place in the oven to dehydrate at 135 degrees F or until crispy.
Mango Peel Tea:
Mango peel tea has a crazy amount of health benefits and is a well-known beverage used for weight loss due to its richness in antioxidants. To make your Mango Peel Tea, begin by adding your mango peels and 1.5 cups of water in a pot and bring to a boil. Allow to then simmer for a few mins and then add in your fennel seeds and mint leaves and remove from heat. Next, add in your green tea and let it sit covered for a few more minutes. Once it's cooled down a little bit, you can serve it with honey or sweetener.
Are There Any Health Benefits to Sparkling Water?
Yes! Sparkling water has many health benefits that are often overlooked. For starters, it can help you stay hydrated and can even be beneficial for those who suffer from high blood pressure, kidney stones, and other issues related to dehydration. Furthermore, sparkling water is a great alternative to sugary drinks like soda and juices, as it contains no added sugar or calories. Finally, carbonated water may even help digestion and improve the absorption of vitamins and minerals found in your food.
Mango Soda Variations
If you're ready to take your Mango Soda game to the next level, try out these exciting variations that add a twist to the classic recipe!
Mango Mint Soda
For a refreshing and cooling twist, add some fresh mint leaves to your mango syrup before storing it in the fridge. When it's time to make your Mango Mint Soda, simply pour the syrup over ice, add sparkling water, and garnish with additional mint leaves. The combination of sweet mango and invigorating mint will leave your taste buds tingling with delight.
Spicy Mango Soda
While your syrup is simmering, add in a pinch of chili powder or a few slices of fresh chili pepper. The spice from the pepper will complement the sweetness of the mango, creating a truly delicious and well-rounded Spicy Mango Soda.
Exploring the Versatility of Mango Syrup
Mango syrup is not just limited to making Mango Soda. It can be a versatile ingredient to enhance various beverages and dishes. Let's explore some creative ways to use your homemade mango syrup!
- Mango Iced Tea: Mix your mango syrup with freshly brewed black or green tea, add some ice, and you've got yourself a delightful Mango Iced Tea. This tropical twist on a classic drink is perfect for warm days.
- Mango Lemonade: Combine your mango syrup with freshly squeezed lemon juice and cold water to create a zesty Mango Lemonade.
- Mango Yogurt Smoothie: Blend your mango syrup with some plain yogurt and ice cubes to whip up a creamy and luscious Mango Yogurt Smoothie. This nutritious and tasty treat is ideal for a quick breakfast or a satisfying snack.
- Mango Glaze for Desserts: Use your mango syrup as a glaze for cakes, pastries, or fruit tarts. Brush it over the baked goods to add a burst of fruity flavor and a glossy finish.
With these new variations and creative uses of mango syrup, you'll never run out of ways to enjoy the deliciousness of Mango Soda and other delightful mango-infused treats! Experiment with different combinations and have fun discovering your favorite flavors. Cheers to the joys of mango-inspired beverages!